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Mail-bombing to Repubblica: Misinformation on puberty blockers is unacceptable
In an article lacking scientific evidence, Michela Marzano claims that the effects of puberty blockers administered to "gender non-conforming" girls would be perfectly reversible, a fact contradicted by studies and clinical practice. And he talks about a greater risk of suicide for these minors, risks that have never been proven. Here is the scientifically argued text of a letter to be sent to director Molinari to request more accurate and less ideological information on such a delicate topic

Mail-bombing to Repubblica: Misinformation on puberty blockers is unacceptable
In an article lacking scientific evidence, Michela Marzano claims that the effects of puberty blockers administered to "gender non-conforming" girls would be perfectly reversible, a fact contradicted by studies and clinical practice. And he talks about a greater risk of suicide for these minors, risks that have never been proven. Here is the scientifically argued text of a letter to be sent to director Molinari to request more accurate and less ideological information on such a delicate topic

But women still exist
We don't like the title too much, in particular that laconic "yet", but thanks to La Repubblica for hosting our intervention in the debate that opened starting from the text by Michela Marzano entitled "If sex doesn't make the woman ”. We're republishing it here because you can't find it online

The hypocrisy of Michela Marzano
Taking up the surreal debate that agitates the English Labor Party (who is a woman?) Marzano addresses the misogynistic insult Terf with absolute ease to gender critical feminism, even if many media have long since banned it. And he ideologically pleads the case for “women with penises,” without mentioning the problems for real women

If social networks silence gender critical women: interview with Alessandra Asteriti

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