Gender clinic protests ‘raise awareness’ of ‘irreversible medical treatments’

Sky News host Rita Panahi says Australia has made its first demonstrations against gender clinics in Brisbane, Melbourne and Hobart by people concerned about “irreversible medical treatments”. “This group wants to raise awareness about these risky, irreversible medical treatments that are being inflicted on children who are obviously too young to submit to treatments that can have life-long consequences – including being sterile,” she said. Ms Panahi said there was a fight back against clinics, often from feminists. “I was very much a gender non-conforming little girl, a tomboy,” one Queensland protester said. “Had I been a teenager growing up through this gender ideology I could have had health professionals tell me I’m probably trans, been diagnosed with gender dysphoria and given hormones and a mastectomy.”

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