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The madness of radical trans activism: Shops sell knitted penises for girls of 3 to wear in their pants so they can look like boys

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Referrals of children to gender identity clinics have surged in recent years. The impact on teenage girls is well documented, but there is no lower age limit.

Last week, parents Matthew and Klara announced on British TV that their daughter came out as transgender aged two, apparently telling the family, “I’m not a girl, I think I am a boy”.

They are not alone. In 2018- 2019, the Gender Identity Development Service – NHS England’s national service aimed at under 18s – reported 31 referrals of children aged five and under.

What must go through the minds of parents who diagnose their children as transsexual and set in motion the ball of cross-sex identification, with potential mutilation and sterilisation down the line?

What it means for a two-year-old to be transsexual – the legally defined term for someone who identifies as the opposite sex – is unclear, but a whole industry has opened up to cater to their needs. Or perhaps their parents’ needs?

TransKids – according to its website – is a space dedicated to providing young folks with “books and resources.” While pre-pubescent girls may have no need for the chest binder on sale, the “Tuck Buddies” underwear is modelled on a very young boy who wants to be a girl. Transkids explains that “the inside ‘hiding’ layer is a few sizes smaller and not attached on the sides, only the front & back – so it offers a........

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