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Australia fails to protect children from gender experiments

23 April 2024

2:30 AM

23 April 2024

2:30 AM

The debate over so-called ‘gender-affirming care’ for children has reached a crucial moment. This treatment approach, which often involves the use of drugs, chemicals, and surgery to alter a child’s physical appearance to match that of the opposite sex, has come under intense scrutiny. Many argue it’s a necessary option for children struggling with gender dysphoria, yet a growing body of evidence suggests that these interventions are not only untested but fraught with significant risks.

Australia, in comparison to much of the Western world, appears to remain steadfast in its provision of these treatments, despite emerging concerns.

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