From Mark Crispin Miller (a Daily Mail article):
So Scotland’s four-year-olds are so precocious and assured that they’ll just suddenly decide, all on their own, to “change gender”? Not likely. So where would they get that idea? Note that teachers aren’t allowed to question any four-year-old’s “decision”; but teachers (and any others working at the school) are presumably allowed to urge the tots to make that change. What Scotland’s really saying, then, is that teachers may not interfere with any efforts to induce the children to “change gender.” Oh, boy (or “boy”). What would William Wallace say? MCM
- Scotland will let pupils change gender aged FOUR without their parents’ consent – and tells teachers not to question a child’s request to choose a new name or use a different toilet.
- The Scottish government says school children aged four can change gender.
- Young pupils wishing to switch gender must be supported and listened to.
- The newly implemented guidance has been described as ‘shocking’.
- Schools have been told to have transgender books on their curriculum.
By MICHAEL BLACKLEY FOR THE DAILY MAIL
Children under 16 should be allowed to go ahead with irreversible transgender surgery against the wishes of both parents and without mandatory counselling, the Australian Psychological Society says.
As recently as last year, Family Court approval was needed for this surgery, notwithstanding parents and doctors all agreeing it would help an under-age patient suffering psychological distress about “being born in the wrong body”.
In an unpublished law reform submission, the peak body representing 24,000 psychologists says opposition of both parents should not stand in the way of a child under 16 consenting to surgery, such as a double mastectomy, as long as the doctors are “competent” in assessing the child’s capacity to make decisions.
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This is from mainstream news. Please read the independent evidence against the HPV vax before consenting. Girls here in NZ have been pressured into having it in spite of their parents declining it. There have been many injuries & in NZ three deaths sadly following this vaccine. Search categories (left of news page) & find the many articles here on the HPV Gardasil vaccine. (Preferably search ‘Gardasil’).
Some parents turn down the HPV vaccine for girls, but in future schools will no longer seek permission from guardians before administering the jab.
Up until now, parents have been asked to give their consent ahead of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccinations administered to girls by school nurses, and many guardians have opted out of allowing their daughters to get the jab. But this is set to change.
Tuija Leino, who heads the National Institute for Health and Welfare THL’s immunisation unit, says permission was sought as parents were not aware that the HPV vaccine had been introduced to the national immunisation programme. But now that people know about it, permission is no longer needed, she explains.
Finland’s National Institute for Health and Welfare says about half of 11-12-year-old girls eligible for the vaccination received it in the past 5 years that it has been available as part of the national immunisation programme.