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Gender gestapo celebrate win as tin-eared UK judges overturn ban on puberty blockers for under-16s who need help, not hormones

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A 13-year-old child is only just old enough to open their own account on Twitter, Instagram or TikTok, but now the Court of Appeal in the UK has decided they’re also of an age to decide on taking powerful puberty blockers as they make up their mind whether they want to face the future as a man or woman.

So let’s get this straight. In their first year of becoming a teenager, they can’t drink, drive, vote, or have sex, but they can make the decision to take growth-inhibiting hormones that will delay the onset of puberty, with all the physical and mental impact that means, while their school pals and peers embark on a prescription-free path into a regular adulthood.

For reasons hard to fathom, the Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling made in the High Court just last December that determined children under the age of 13 considering gender reassignment were “highly unlikely” to be mature enough to themselves give informed consent to be prescribed puberty-blocking drugs, which it called an ‘experimental’ treatment that even those aged 14 or 15 would have difficulty understanding. They even suggested that the doctors of teenagers under 18 may need to consult the........

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