You don’t hear these things on the news networks because liberals are trying to hide it.
But what one psychiatrist discovered knocked the socks off the left.
Dr. Paul McHugh is a professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University and he says that people calling themselves ‘transgender’ are actually participating in a social experiment.
“The ‘transgender’ phenomenon is an ‘ongoing social and psychological experiment’ with children used as guinea pigs and which society will come to regret,’ McHugh says.
“’We’re doing experiments on these children,’ said McHugh, who was chief psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins for 25 years, and has more than 40 years’ experience working with people with gender confusion.
“’We should tell everybody this is an experimental procedure right now, and that experiment is not being done with controls. It’s not being done with clear statements to the parents that we can’t tell what the outcome’s going to be,’ he told LifeSiteNews.
“‘A very large number of these families are going to find that they’ve been misled or misdirected and that’s going to be a turnaround, as often happens in these social crazes.’”
An experiment took place in an elementary school in California where the school did not warn parents that a five-year old boy was in ‘transition’ to being a girl. The students were then instructed to treat the boy as a girl. This is outrageous. You simply cam’t mess with kids’ minds like that telling them they can make a switch to the opposite sex.
“The authors contend that supporting transgenderism in a child — both by social affirmation and puberty suppression — ‘may drive some children to persist in identifying as transgender when they might otherwise have, as they grow older, found their gender to be aligned with their sex.’
“Even among those who advocate hormone treatment, many ‘would still have reservations about what’s going on at the younger ages as far as the social affirmation,’ Hruz told LifeSiteNews.
“‘Based on data that 80 percent to 90 percent of children ultimately revert to identify with their natal sex, the Endocrine Society’s 2009 guidelines cautioned against social affirmation of gender dysphoria in prepubescent children, even while it endorsed puberty suppression for adolescents,’ he said.”
Dr. Paul Hruz is a pediatric endocrinologist in St. Louis and sums it up perfectly.
“‘A boy that identifies as a girl and dresses like a girl and acts like a girl is still a boy from a biological standpoint. Stating otherwise is scientifically inaccurate. We just need to keep reminding people of that,’ Hruz concluded.”
We could not agree more.