We're living in strange times when children are encouraged to take puberty blockers and even opt in for life-altering surgeries in the name of transgenderism. A recent paper released by the Journal of Clinical Medicine showed that Boston Children's Hospital has performed 300 "gender-affirming surgeries" in the last four years, pointing to the dangerous rise of the trans agenda.
Boston Children's Hospital Has Performed 300 "Gender-Affirming Surgeries" for Underage Kids Such as Mastectomy and Phalloplasty
A few videos have gone viral recently on Twitter in which Boston Children's Hospital employees discuss the surgeries they are performing on kids in the name of "gender-affirmation." Jeremi Carswell, MD, who is the director of Gender Multispecialty Service (GeMS) at Boston Children's Hospital, spoke about how children know they're transgender "from the minute they're born." She claimed that refusing to get a haircut, refusing to stand to urinate, and playing with the "opposite gender toys" indicate that a child is transgender. This is a "growing population" of children that they're seeing, according to Carswell.
Another video from Boston Children's Hospital featured Frances Grimstad, MD, MS, an attending physician in the Division of Gynecology, who spoke about "gender-affirming hysterectomies" for young girls. "Some gender-affirming hysterectomies will also include the removal of the ovaries," she said.
Yet another video from Boston Children's Hospital featured Amir Taghinia, MD, MPH, the co-director of the Center of Gender Surgery, who described a phalloplasty, "a procedure to basically create a penis" for young girls. This is done by a plastic surgeon and urologists, who "manipulate the tissues in the surrounding areas to lengthen the urethra." He says "a new scrotum is created" in the process.
Some people have accused these videos of just being used as marketing material, insisting that these surgeries aren't actually done on children. However, a recent study shows that these procedures are in fact being performed on kids.
"In the four years since its inception, CfGS [Center for Gender Surgery at Boston Children's Hospital] has completed over 300 gender-affirming surgeries," the paper read. This includes mastectomies, phalloplasty surgeries, etc.
"The primary objective of this case series was to examine the patient characteristics, specific surgical techniques, and perioperative outcomes of masculinizing chest reconstruction and genital surgeries in a pediatric academic hospital," the paper said.
Sadly, these surgeries and procedures are indeed happening to hundreds of underage children—and that's just at one hospital.