Ex-Trans Woman Sues Gender Clinic After Being Given Puberty Blockers as a Child: ‘I Should Have Been Challenged’
A 23-year-old woman, who was diagnosed as transgender and drugged at the age of 16, is suing a gender clinic in Britain for giving her hormone blockers as a child.
Keira Bell was given puberty blockers at the age of 16 by the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, a government-funded gender clinic in Britain. She feels her decision to be drugged should have been questioned instead of enabled by therapists at the facility.
“I should have been challenged on the proposals or the claims that I was making for myself,” she said. “And I think that would have made a big difference as well. If I was just challenged on the things I was saying.”
Bell feels like her delusions were harbored and the subsequent treatment came at great harm to her mental and physical well-being.
“I was allowed to run with this idea that I had, almost like a fantasy, as a teenager… and it has affected me in the long run as an adult. I’m very young,” she said. “I’ve only just stepped into adulthood and I have to deal with this kind of burden or radical difference – in comparison to others at least.”
Bell believes that gender clinics have the responsibility to give children actual therapy, rather than encourage them into taking drugs and potentially consider mutilating their own genitals.
“I feel I could say anything to my 16-year-old self and I might not necessarily listen at that time. And that’s the point of this case, when you are that young you don’t really want to listen,” she said.
“So I think it’s up to these institutions, like the Tavistock, to step in and make children reconsider what they are saying, because it is a life-altering path,” she added.
Big League Politics has reported that children as young as three-years-old are being indoctrinated into the transgender lifestyle in Britain:
A division of the UK’s National Health Service is now offering gender transition services to children as young as three and four years old.
The Gender Identity Development Service is treating young children with supposed gender dysphoria over the internet, offering them therapy, diagnosis, and even hormone-altering medication.
It goes without saying diagnosing a five year child as supposedly transgender is ludicrous on its face. The NHS’ decision to embrace such practices is likely to lead to lasting psychological issues for thousands of children.
More than 2,500 children have already been referred to the transgender services division of the national health care program.
Medical “professionals” are diagnosing children with gender dysphoria over Skype and other teleconference software services.
The LGBT agenda is enabling child abuse on a scale that was previously unimaginable.