Puberty Blocking Drugs used on Kids as Young as 12

Children with supposed “Gender Identity Disorder” (GID), a rare condition involving sexual confusion, that are having a hard time deciding whether they want to be male or female can now choose to artificially delay puberty while they figure it out. A recent report in The Telegraph explains that a monthly drug injection will prevent sexual development in children to give them more time to make up their minds about having a sex change — and kids as young as 12 are eligible to receive it.

Puberty-blocking drugs for young children have been available in the US for several years, but they are just now emerging in the UK for children Supporters say the drugs prevent the maturation of sexual organs so that, if a child chooses  Continue reading