The Honourable Alessandro Zan, first signatory of the infamous Gender Identity Bill, which ended up in the cavalcade, had denied the staggering increase in cases of transition of girls and boys, calling the news a 'dangerous statement'.
In 2021, there were already numerous statistics indicating the extent of the problem, but apparently Zan did not know about it -which is unacceptable- or pretended not to know or more likely believed ideologically that the mere fact of asking the question should be taken as proof of transphobia.
Who knows what Mr Zan and with him all the pro-gender identity 'progressives' will think that with the bill they wanted to introduce Lgbtq+ education in schools that today even Marci Bowers, president of WPATH -a worldwide professional association for transgender health that has always pushed for affirmation and medical intervention for young people who believe themselves to be of the opposite sex,- had to admit in an interview with the New York Times that the dramatic increase in children and adolescents identifying as transgender is also due to social contagion.
Marci Bowers, transsexual MtoF, is a surgeon specialising in pseudo-vagina construction from an inverted penis, known for operating Jazz Jenning in front of the cameras of his reality show "I am Jazz'.
Another WPATH member who admitted to social contagion is Erica Anderson, clinical psychologist, also MtoF transsexual who has treated hundreds of children and adolescents for supposed gender dysphoria and has written about the power of trans influencers on TikTok e YouTube encouraging young people to identify as transgender.
However, this did not stop the WPATH from removing the requirement of a minimum age to start the transition from its latest guidelines on standards of care; the guidelines also include among gender identities the would-be eunuchs (persons wishing to be castrated) (see here). Above all, WPATH has not stopped advising doctors to 'affirm'-that is, to medicalise- immediately any child who declares a transgender identity.
Translation and adaptation by Maria Celeste and Marina Terragni, full article here