FL Medical Board bans genital mutilation of children and puberty blockers | Eastern North Carolina Now | doctors who do these things could lose medical license

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Florida's Board of Medicine has taken action to ban doctors from genital mutilation of children under the age of 18 or administering puberty blockers to them.  Doctors defying this ban could have their medical licenses revoked.

Much of the genital mutilation surgery is irreversible and puberty blockers can do lasting damage.  One of those drugs used on children is also used for chemical castration of rapists.  Studies show that most children confused about gender will grow out of it.  

https://redstate.com/streiff/2022/11/05/florida-strikes-a-blow-for-sanity-and-decency-with-a-ban-on-transgender-surgery-and-drug-regimens-in-minors-n654782

The UK's National Health Service has also recently advised doctors that most gender confused children will grow out of it and medical procedures to change genders should not be undertaken.  They have also told British doctors that they should not even be advising children confused about gender to change their names or pronouns.

Yet here in "conservative" eastern North Carolina, we have crazies at East Carolina University Medical School going hog wild to promote these harmful actions.

Ordinary people do not support genital mutilation of children.  A nationwide poll by the Trafalgar Group recently found that 72% of voters were less likely to support a candidate who supported gender transition surgery of children, and over 63% were not likely to vote for them at all.

https://www.thetrafalgargroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/COSA-Support-Full-Report-1102.pdf


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