French Senators propose to imprison doctors who prescribe puberty blockers to under 18s 
Over 100 French Senators propose to make it illegal to give hormone therapy to alleged trans youth, punishable by up to two years of imprisonment.

Mike Campbell

April 19, 2024

European countries are revolting against puberty blockers, with six of them now reversing course and prohibiting doctors from prescribing drugs to alleged trans youth — and France could soon follow.

French Senators propose to imprison doctors who prescribe puberty blockers to under 18s 

Earlier this week, Scotland became the sixth European country to restrict “gender affirming care,” with the NHS going as far as disallowing the treatment on anyone under 18. 

Now, France’s centre-right Republican Party appears to have woken up, after receiving a devastating report on the “trans identification of minors” that stated “the sexual transition of young people will be considered one of the greatest ethical scandals in the history of medicine,” as reported by journalist Bernard Lane.

A draft law tabled last month by over 100 Senators aims to regulate the medical care of minors with gender dysphoria, namely by prohibiting the prescription of puberty blockers and hormonal treatments to develop secondary sexual characteristics for patients under 18-years-old.

“Failure to comply with Article L. 2137-1 of the Public Health Code relating to the care of minors with gender dysphoria is punishable by two years’ imprisonment and a fine of €30,000,” the draft law reads.

Issues from the report given to Senators on the transing of kids include a lack of evidence it’s safe, the peculiar spike in popularity of the entire 82-genders movement, and the fact that most kids who “consent” to take the risky drugs are in a vulnerable state and deserve protection from making irreversible and important long-term decisions. 

Trans craze exposed

The development comes amid a tsunami of damning evidence against medically treating “trans kids”— including possible sterility, a lower IQ, and the fact that most trans-identifying kids who don’t get prescribed drugs, tend to grow out of their presumed identity later in life. In other words, they realize they weren’t transgender after all.

Data from the Netherlands and the United Kingdom reveals that over 95% of those who begin puberty suppression proceed with “gender-affirming” procedures, but only approximately 15% of adolescents experiencing gender dysphoria maintain these sentiments once they undergo their natural puberty.

Smith the first to act

Earlier this year, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said that children do not have the capacity to make life-altering healthcare decisions and banned doctors from giving hormone therapy or puberty blockers to minors under 16. 

Smith’s policies, while degraded as being “hateful” and “dangerous,” are actually supported by more Albertans than those who oppose them.

Why are puberty blockers given to kids in the first place?

Advocates for giving “trans kids” puberty blockers have generally claimed that it’s needed to prevent the kids from committing suicide. 

Puberty blockers are given to so-called trans kids with the rationale that doing so will provide them with more time to explore their gender identity.

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