In response to the hospital no longer being able to sterilize and mutilate children, Duke Health is offering a safe space for its "team members." Its doctors who admit to transing 2-year-olds, giving puberty blockers to 8-year-olds, and choosing "the right puberty" for other people's children will be able to process their grief with other like-minded healthcare workers.
This month, the General Assembly overrode Governor Roy Cooper's veto of the Youth Protection Act and the Parent's Bill of Rights. These popular laws protect children and families from predatory grooming practices in classrooms and clinics.
Here's what the laws do:
Prohibiting irreversible gender transition surgeries and hormone therapies for minors
Stopping secret gender transitions and sexual preference conversions performed by school staff
Defend children from deceptive and predatory practices that push gender ideology behind parents' backs
Banning schools from offering pornography to children
Requiring parental consent before schools survey children about their sexual preferences and behaviors
Mandating schools to inform parents when counselors and doctors test and treat children for mental health conditions
Duke employees upset that boys and men have been robbed of the chance to dominate women's sports will also have the opportunity to vent during the bitching session. The session will likely include a discussion of how the university should respond to the Fairness in Women's Sports Act.
This law prevents males from unfairly competing with females.