Tag: Keira Bell

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18 September 2021
Hormones to children: UK judges wash their hands of them. Court of Appeal ruling on Keira Bell case
In response to the Tavistock Clinic's appeal on the Keira Bell ruling, the Court threw the ball back to the doctors: it is they, not the courts, who must decide whether a minor is able to give consent to experimental 'therapy' that blocks development and initiates transition. But the debate is now open. And the fear of lawsuits by repentant minors -detransitioners- induces the medical class to caution.
The English Court of Appeal has partially overturned the judgement that had given right to the young detransitioner Keira Bell (here is her story) against the Tavistock Clinic that, when she was 16 years old, had hastily introduced her to therapy with puberty blockers. With a pilatesque and merely formalistic judgement, the Court threw the ball back to the doctors: it is up to them, and not to the courts, to establish whether a minor can access this 'therapy' with hormone blockers. It must be the doctors and not [...]
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8 September 2021
Hormones for children: the world revolts
Arkansas, and soon Texas and Tennessee. Sweden, Finland, UK, Australia: the number of western countries abandoning drug treatment for 'gender non-conforming' children is growing. And the prestigious Lancet is calling for a reconsideration of these 'therapies' which continue to be prescribed in Italy. It's time to give battle
An article in the prestigious Lancet Child & Adolescent Health (see here) proposes more caution in the use of puberty blockers on children diagnosed as gender dysphoric. According to Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, further research is needed to determine the best treatment for children who have received this diagnosis, particularly for those in whom the disorder did not manifest until after puberty. Gender is a highly politicised issue, and any scientific article that poses a threat to mainstream narratives [...]
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22 July 2021
Australia: stop hormones to children without court approval?
Although the law allows the transition of minors on the basis of a simple medical assessment - as in Italy, after all - one clinic is holding back and requires the judge's consent to "treat" a girl, despite the parents' approval. This is a sign of a change of course for fear of litigation after detransitioner Keira Bell won her case against the British health system.
Fear of legal disputes over gender transition treatments for minors is growing: specialised gender clinics, which have seen their profits soar in recent years, are starting to take precautions to avoid possible future financial disruption. The alarm sounded in faraway Australia last January but has only now come to light, thanks to an anomalous dispute that has revealed a major concern on the part of professionals, despite the [...]
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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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6 May 2021
Gender identity: there is time in Italy to stop it before it happens
The rise of transgenderism in the UK and the struggle of feminists.
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15 April 2021
Keira Bell: my story
Keira Bell's story: as a teenager she chose to go through a transition process, but regretted it. In this article, she tells us how it feels to be part of the history of the transsexual debate.
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17 March 2021
Elliot Page, trans-hero celebrated by the world's media
Time dedicated its latest cover to Elliot Page (formerly Ellen). 'I am entirely what I am,' he says. Pale, emaciated, his features already hardened by the hormone treatment, his chest flattened by a double mastectomy, the air not exactly happy - let's hope that the rest of his life will go better - Elliot tells of the suffering of having had to undergo the hyper-feminisation imposed by Hollywood. He says that even at the age of 9 he felt like a boy and that it was hard having to accept the roles that [...]
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28 December 2020
2020: a historic year for gender-critical feminism
2020 saw many victories of common sense over trans madness. (...) Most people will agree that 2020 has been a lousy year, but for those of us on the frontline of the 'TERF wars' there have been huge gains against joyless gender fascists. It seems that the green shoots of reason are finally visible. In late 2019, JK Rowling tweeted her support for Maya Forstater, [...]
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