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How Sweden fell again for transgender madness

22 April 2024

8:27 PM

22 April 2024

8:27 PM

When it comes to the transgender issue, Sweden sobered up earlier than many other countries.

Paediatricians have pleaded with politicians to take into account the suffering of young people, especially girls misdiagnosed as trans

In 2022, the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare decided that children diagnosed with gender dysphoria must no longer be treated with puberty blockers (except in a few very rare cases).

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