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9 July 2021
No more hormones for children: the next battle
Also in Italy the transitions of minors are increasing. If the Zan bill were to become law, the practice would be normalised. But it is gender stereotypes that must be demolished, not the bodies of girls and boys.
If the Zan bill were to become law, the introduction of the concept of gender identity into the criminal law would have some almost immediate consequences: from the request for self-id or self-certification of gender - the proposal of the MIT (Movement for Trans Identity) is already ready - to the normalisation of the practice of the uterus for rent - here too, a law is already ready to introduce the so-called 'solidarity' surrogacy that will facilitate the explicitly commercial one. Then there is the question of the hormonisation of girls and boys to start them off on the transition, a practice that has already [...]
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31 December 2020
No to drugs that block puberty: change the Italian law authorising them
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