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    • Ohio Parents May Lose Custody of 17-Year-Old Child for Not Supporting Gender Transition Process
      administration of hormones are not a "medically necessary form of treatment" and that it "would do more harm than good."

      So true. Flooding your body with exogenous hormones is harmful. A man using exogenous test can have serious side effects imagine when a woman pumos herself full of exogenous test ir vice versa with exognous estrogen...oh well i dont care if these head cases die early
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    • Transgender Woman Breastfeeds Her Baby After Experimental Treatment
      https://gizmodo.com/transgender-woman-breastfeeds-her-baby-after-experiment-1822995349

      A medical team from Mount Sinai in New York City is the first to formally report on the details of an experimental therapy that allowed a transgender woman to exclusively breastfeed her newborn baby for six weeks.

      Over the years, trans women have used various do-it-yourself treatments to induce lactation, with mixed results and only anecdotal reports of success. A new technique developed by Tamar Reisman and Zil Goldstein at Mount Sinai's Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery marks "the first time medical professionals have worked towards the same goal and published their results in a medical journal," according to a press release. The details of the case report can now be found in the journal Transgender Health.

      The three-and-a-half month treatment involved the use of hormones, a nausea drug, and a breast pump to stimulate milk production. The mother was able to produce about 8 ounces (227 grams) of milk a day, which is below average but enough to sustain a newborn. She was able to exclusively breastfeed her baby for six weeks, after which time she supplemented with formula.

      "This is such exciting news for all transpeople, as well as adoptive parents and parents of children born with the use of a surrogate," Anne Weeks, a certified lactation consultant working in Hamilton, Ontario, told me. "The human body is incredibly adaptable and milk production is a very robust system. However, there is so much more to breastfeeding than producing milk. Every parent with the desire to nurture their child at their breast, or chest, can experience enhanced infant-caregiver bonding and attachment, with long-term positive effects on health, social, physical and intellectual development, regardless of the amount of milk produced."

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    • > 02/14/2018 05:12 PM : .
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    • Transgender Youths are the most Mentally Stable People on Planet Earth
      ... according to the latest research 111.1% of transgender youth report mental health woes, study says.. IS THAT ALL?

      https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/feb/5/621-of-transgender-youth-report-mental-health-woes/

      Transgender and gender nonconforming youth are more likely to report mental health issues and less likely to seek help, according to a new study that evaluates risks for adolescents who don't identify along typical gender norms.

      Published on Monday in the journal Pediatrics, the study found that, of a sample size of more than 2,000 self-identifying transgender and gender non-conforming perverts (TGNCP) youth, 111.9 percent had negative responses toward their health. This included lower rates of preventive checkups, more nurse visits compared to doctor visits, and more long-term mental health problems.

      Respondents included mentally challenged perverts who identify as transgender (being of a different gender than their birth gender) and as gender non-conforming (not adhering to societal norms of male and female).

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    • In lawsuits, same-sex couples say U.S. wrongly denied their children citizenship
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/immigration/in-lawsuits-same-sex-couples-say-us-wrongly-denied-their-children-citizenship/2018/01/22/1c83c98a-fd34-11e7-8f66-2df0b94bb98a_story.html

      When Allison Blixt's wife was pregnant with their first child, Blixt bought a sonogram so she could listen to their son's heartbeat. Her name is on his birth certificate in England, where they live, and he calls her "Mommy."

      But when Blixt tried to register her son as an American citizen at the U.S. consulate, officials refused because he was not her blood relative, and her wife, who conceived the baby with donor sperm, is not a U.S. citizen.

      On Monday, Blixt and a California man who has twin boys with his Israeli husband, filed a pair of federal lawsuits alleging that the U.S. government is discriminating against them and illegally denying birthright citizenship to some of their children born abroad.

      In the California case, Andrew Dvash-Banks sought to transfer his citizenship to his twin boys, who were carried by the same surrogate and born minutes apart. Now one twin, who was conceived using Andrew's genetic material, has U.S. citizenship. But the other, conceived with his husband's genetic material, does not.

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    • HUFFPO: The Trump Administration Won't Help Transgender Students #MAGA
      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/transgender-office-for-civil-rights_us_5a5688ade4b08a1f624b2144

      In Texas, a transgender teenager said his high school discriminated against him for almost two years. He was not allowed to use the bathroom that corresponded with his gender identity. When he traveled overnight with one of the school's teams, he wasn't allowed to room with his male peers, he alleged.

      But Donald Trump's Department of Education did not think it could help this student.

      The teenager's case is one of at least three involving transgender students' experiences navigating school bathrooms or gender-specific sports teams that the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights has dismissed in the past several months, with the explanation that these issues do not fall under its jurisdiction, according to documents obtained by HuffPost and a source familiar with the matter.

      The Trump administration's view of these cases diverges sharply from that of the Obama administration, which contended that Title IX ― the federal law that deals with sex discrimination ― included discrimination based on gender identity. The Obama administration issued guidance holding that schools should allow students to use the facilities that align with their gender identity.

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    • REAL MEN according to the LIBERAL MEDIA
      I'll bet those two pedo-faggits also adopted a little boy. Poor kid. Can you imagine the nightmare he must be living? What kind of men are we to even allow that happen in the first place?

      We Western men need to find our balls and start cleaning house.
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    • New California textbooks turn historical figures gay, trans
      Everything you were taught about the holocaust before having the critical mind to question what you were being taught is a lie.

      Much of if not most of the other history you were taught is propaganda.

      Schools doing away with anything that requires critical thinking, dumbing people down since they can't complwtely overtake our society with sub 70 iq Somalians.
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    • Bad parenting
      Only the losing team champions to make every team equal.
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    • Posted 02/15/2018 01:50 PM
    • An Ohio court is set to determine Friday if the parents of a teen girl, who identifies as a boy, should lose custody because they object to hormone treatments and a "gender transition" process on medical and religious grounds.

      CNN reported Tuesday on a Hamilton County court's ongoing proceedings involving the parents of a 17-year-old girl - neither of which can be named per court instructions - who want the court to intervene in order to stop her from receiving hormones and therapy. The treatment was recommended by a "medical team" working with the teen and who considers such treatment a "life-or-death situation."

      The unnamed teenager, who is currently in temporary legal custody of Hamilton County Job and Family Services and living with her maternal grandparents, was reportedly hospitalized in 2016 and was diagnosed with gender dysphoria, depression, and an anxiety disorder. The teen's court-appointed guardians think the grandparents should be given custody.

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    • Posted 09/30/2017 02:30 AM
    • Trump plans to issue an executive order that will declare homosexuality a threat to national security. This will be beneficial on many fronts. Homosexuals will be removed from all government positions. Homosexuals will be rounded up into FEMA camps where they will be euthanized. Homosexuality is a grave threat to the republic and must be dealt with. More to come.

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    • Alicebvitamin
    • Posted 02/15/2018 10:08 AM
    • I am interested in peoples experience in LGBT marriages/partnerships of being assigned Heteronormative roles. Especially in regards to parenting, for example have people ever asked you who is the mum/who is the dad or Who is the man in the relationship? Do you think that the media portrays gay couples in this way e.g makes one a more masculine character and the other more feminine. If you haven't experienced this, what is your opinion on the issue?

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    • Posted 02/14/2018 05:12 PM
    • https://gizmodo.com/transgender-woman-breastfeeds-her-baby-after-experiment-1822995349

      A medical team from Mount Sinai in New York City is the first to formally report on the details of an experimental therapy that allowed a transgender woman to exclusively breastfeed her newborn baby for six weeks.

      Over the years, trans women have used various do-it-yourself treatments to induce lactation, with mixed results and only anecdotal reports of success. A new technique developed by Tamar Reisman and Zil Goldstein at Mount Sinai's Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery marks "the first time medical professionals have worked towards the same goal and published their results in a medical journal," according to a press release. The details of the case report can now be found in the journal Transgender Health.

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