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UK’s NHS No Longer Says That Puberty Blockers Are Reversible

This is slightly older news, yet relevant to the New Zealand situation. Especially in the light of the Rivers & Abigail report “Another Unfortunate Experiment”. For many years the UK’s NHS official website published information on the safety and reversibility of puberty blockers. As of June 8th this advice has changed. The old statement read: …

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Fully Informed Launches Their New Zealand Campaign

Entirely co-incidently another information campaign similar to the Trans Kids campaign has launched. Fully Informed presents it’s demands on their website: 1) The Ministry of Health must remove descriptions of puberty blockers as “safe and fully reversible”. 2) Medical professionals must provide all relevant information on puberty blockers to parents, including the risk of negative …

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British Psychologists Dissent Against Affirmation By Default

The official monthly publication of The British Psychological Society is The Psychologist. The Psychologist has published a letter signed by a groups of psychologists who challenge the affirm-by-default approach required by British Psychological Society. The letter goes as far to question evidence for this approach. The BPS guidance stipulates that practitioners validate a belief in …

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Another Unfortunate Experiment: The Rivers & Abigail Report

On Friday, September 18th Jan Rivers and Jill Abigail released their jointly-written report. The title is “Another Unfortunate Experiment? New Zealand’s Transgender Health Policy And It’s Impact On Children”. The title of the reports reflects the title of a Metro article published in June 1987 that exposed an experiment being run by National Women’s Hospital. …

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