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Apr 16 2024

Nonbinary Sex Change Procedures to Become Standard?

We treat lunatics who believe themselves to be members of the opposite sex by surgically disfiguring their bodies in a futile attempt to make reality conform to their delusions. How then to treat the growing number who trendily view themselves as nonbinary if not by plunging further into the realm of nightmare:

[L]eading NHS doctor, Jonathan Arcelus, a professor in mental health and transgender health at the University of Nottingham, … is a member of WPATH and works as a medical doctor at the NHS’s Nottingham National Centre for Transgender Health where he provides psychological support to patients as well as hormone treatment and referrals for gender-related surgery. …

[In] leaked WPATH messages, seen by The Telegraph, which form part of an internal message board discussing standards of care for non-binary patients, various members discuss a range of procedures, including patients keeping their original genitalia, as well as having all genitalia removed entirely.

The thread begins with one member asking how they come up with appropriate standards and best practices for non-binary patients, adding: “I’ve found more and more patients recently requesting ‘non-standard’ procedures such as top surgery without nipples, nullification, and phallus-preserving vaginoplasty.”

In response to the message thread, Prof Arcelus suggests that such controversial procedures may become “standard” in future, and, as such, should not be referred to as “non-standard”.

The NHS (National Health Service) is Britain’s socialized healthcare system. That puts taxpayers on the hook for these potentially standard procedures — as in Canada:

An Ontario resident has successfully secured public funding for a specialized gender-affirming surgery argued to be “experimental” by the provincial health insurer following a years-long legal battle.

He will go to Texas for the bizarre procedure at a cost to taxpayers of up to $70,000.

The prospective patient, identified only as K.S. in documents filed with the provincial Health Services Appeal and Review Board (HSARB), was seeking coverage under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) for a penile-preserving vaginoplasty, a procedure in which a vaginal cavity is surgically created while keeping the penis intact.

Up pops WPATH again:

This week, [Ontario’s Divisional Court] ruled 3-0 that KS was entitled to have the surgery funded by the taxpayer after finding that the province had incorporated standards written by the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) into its health insurance law.

More on this pioneer among patients:

As well as identifying as non-binary, KS also identifies as a “transgender baby” and a “little” who is attracted to diapers. In one post, he reveals that his bedroom is fashioned to look like that of an 8-year-old girl, and that he experiences spells where he is “obsessed” with incontinence.

Leftists have subverted healthcare. As a result, the medical field has sacrificed its credibility to pander to perverts.

On tips from Steve T and Chris Neilson.


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