Texas Governor Investigating Child Abuse in Sex Reassignment Industry

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The Texas Governor and Texas Attorney General recently joined forces to establish the groundwork for new legislation that would, at least in theory, protect children with gender dysphoria from child abuses ranging from medical and psychiatric malpractices to household psychological abuse.

After the AG issued an appeal to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS), asking them to investigate alleged wrongdoings by adults managing juvenile transition, Governor Abbott penned a statement of his own in which he directs state agencies, including Department of Child Protective Services (CPS), to take action against those who routinely “subject Texas children to a wide variety of elective procedures for gender transitioning, including reassignment surgeries that can cause sterilization, mastectomies, removals of otherwise healthy body parts, and administration of puberty-blocking drugs or supraphysiologic doses of testosterone or estrogen.”

Texas does face considerable opposition in enacting this new directive, with one lawsuit suing the Governor for “endangering the health and wellbeing of transgender youth by depriving them of medically necessary care.” The White House also quickly issued a statement in opposition to Texas’s new directive, with President Biden branding it “government overreach at its worst” that is “terrifying many families in Texas and beyond.”

Even Hollywood has chimed in, with various trans actors voicing their apparent horror. In the words of one well-known actress and trans activist: "These people are seriously sick and project all their anxieties and obsessions on to us. We're out here just trying to live our lives and they cant stop thinking about us. Our bodies. Our sex. All their efforts are like twisted fan-fiction horror. It's dark and twisted."

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