Detransition Discrimination

The stories are heartbreaking: young men who will never fully develop, young women who will never breastfeed their own children – if they can even have children, men and women who have lost much of their natural gender traits but never achieved their goal of transitioning to the opposite sex.

The number of people fooled by the notion that they can become the opposite sex has skyrocketed over the past few years. Now, the irreversible consequences of gender-altering drugs and surgeries are coming to light in a tragic way.

Chloe Cole was swiftly ushered into the ideologically designed regimen of puberty blockers when she was in her early teens. By the age of 15, she had been diagnosed with depression, but that didn’t give doctors pause; went ahead and removed both of her healthy breasts. Chloe was left with scars, the inability to ever breastfeed a child, and the question of whether she could even have her own children due to the many years of drugs. Chloe said, “It’s been almost 3 years since I detransitioned but to this day, I am still experiencing complications. I don’t know if I can conceive or safely carry a child to term. I am experiencing joint pain from the puberty blockers. I have been experiencing chronic pain in my pelvic region that is slowly getting worse with time. And I know I will never get my breasts back. I will always have the scars.”

Chloe told her story yesterday to lawmakers and news reporters at a press conference at the Arizona state Capitol in support of Senator Janae Shamp’s bill,  SB 1511. It is a CAP-supported bill that requires health care professionals and insurers who provide gender-altering drugs and surgeries to also provide or pay for detransition care. It ensures equality of care and coverage for those who come to regret the damaging consequences of what is erroneously called “gender affirming care.” Chloe explained how hard it is for detransitioners to get care, “I tried to go back to my surgeon. I have gone back to several doctors asking for help. They have no idea what it is. They have never seen any other patient with much of what I am dealing with now in terms of my physical health. It is already horrific that we are performing these procedures on children who are not physically or mentally or sexually developed, but it is especially heinous that we are denying detransitioners care.”

Chloe met with lawmakers to answer questions and provide a first-hand account of what

SB 1511 would accomplish. Detransitioners should not be discriminated against, and medical and insurance providers who cause life-long physical alterations to patients’ bodies, should be held accountable for life-long care of the people they harm.

Doesn’t get much more pro-abortion than that

Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs and Attorney General Kris Mayes have shown they care less about the health and safety of women and the unborn than they do about the abortion industry. They both, as members of two different pro-abortion groups, signed off on amicus briefs urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a lower court ruling that ordered the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to reinstate their own safety precautions that they arbitrarily removed in an effort to expand abortion.

The Supreme Court is deciding whether the lower court was right in determining the FDA lowered its own standards and removed safety precautions to the abortion pill, Mifepristone arbitrarily and capriciously. If the Court agrees with the lower court, the abortion drug will, again, require a medical doctor’s visit and other commonsense safety precautions. Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) attorneys arguing the case pointed out that “The FDA’s own label on the drugs says that roughly one in 25 women who take them will end up in the emergency room.”  Yet, both Governor Hobbs and AG Mayes want the Court to wave the, clearly necessary, safety precautions.

Download the link here to watch the full press conference.


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