RALEIGH – The trans movement may represent the apex of amorphous, relativistic assaults on truth and it’s absolutes. In the name of identity politics and in rejection of basic biology, trans advocates (the professional class activists) have aggressively pushed the window of acceptability to the point of calling for medical mutilation of young elementary school children.
In light of this disturbing trend, North Carolina Senators Ralph Hise (R-Madison), Warren Daniel (R-Burke), and Norm Sanderson (R-Pamlico) have filed legislation to prohibit gender reconstruction surgeries and other ‘gender-transforming’ medical treatments on persons under the age of 21 years old.
Senate Bill 514 is getting attention from national media as a natural consequence of their role as guardians and promulgators of the Woke Cultural Revolution. As such, any legislation that resists this imposing new dogma is spotlighted and marked for maximum pain and shaming. The headline itself — presenting the bill as ‘denying treatment’ — is enough to reveal their role.
The bill lays out an overwhelming foundation for why such permanent, fundamentally altering procedures should not be inflicted upon children under a certain age before listing the medical prohibitions in accordance with those precepts.
The text goes on to stipulate that good faith procedures performed for legitimate medical reasons such as an actual hermaphroditic person or other sexual genetic anomalies.
The trans activists will crow that this bill is a cruel denial of peace for ailing children trapped in the wrong body, knowing full well the psychological costs and empirical outcomes that utterly belie that motivated assertion.
Moreover, those same trans advocates argue that parental rights should be subordinate to the extraordinarily impressionable and transitory gender whims and confusions of young children, clearing the way for surgery without the parents having a say at all. The current Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services in the Biden administration, the first transwoman to hold such a position, has suggested rounding up ‘street kids’ for which they can provide the purported panacea of medical transition.
It is this reality that confronts us, and why legislation such as Senate Bill 514 is so necessary to protect children suffering under such conditions from further harm and to take a stand in defense of truth.
Does your representative know you expect them to support it?