Your tax money at work (if you’re Canadian)
The biggest problem with this tranny agenda is that people can’t really process the scale on which it is happening.
In 2022, 20% of generation Z identified as faggots. With the upcoming generation (which they are trying to call alpha, because I guess Z was omega and now we’re starting over), studies have them as about a third non-hetero. But I’ve talked to kids who say they are the only straight kid at their school.
It’s not just you. Things are getting gayer out there.
Disturbing new data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) shows that hundreds of minor girls in Canada have had their breasts removed in the past five years under the guise of treatment for gender confusion.
According to an analysis of the data by the National Post published last week, double mastectomies performed on gender-confused women went from 536 in the 2018-19 fiscal year to 985 in fiscal 2022-23. Since 2018, a whopping 4,071 “gender-affirming mastectomies or breast reductions” have been carried out on Canadian females, with 602 of the mutilating procedures being done on girls under age 18.
Three hundred three of the 602 breast mutilations were done on girls 17 and younger, with the youngest girl being 14.
Keep in mind that Canada’s population is around the same as California’s.
So this is even worse than it looks.
While the numbers may be shocking to some, the National Post says the data only represents part of the story, as “the CIHI data exclude Quebec hospitals as well as surgeries performed in private clinics like the McLean Clinic in Mississauga, which describes its surgeons as ‘industry pioneers’ for top surgery — mastectomies and breast reductions in those assigned female at birth, and breast augmentation for those born male transitioning to female.”
According to an unnamed “transgender” health specialist that spoke to the National Post, the McLean Clinic in Ontario receives “50 to 70” percent of all Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) referrals for double mastectomies among gender-confused women in the province.
“The fact that you can’t get the numbers from private clinics … It’s very cloak-and-dagger,” the doctor said, according to the National Post. “They’re still billing OHIP. That’s tax dollars. That should be publicly accessible information. We need to see these numbers and ask questions.”
Another “transgender” medical specialist also spoke to the National Post and expressed similar concerns, saying the industry is aware that “regret does take place” among some of those who are mutilated.
“If we know that people can come to this realization that maybe this may have not been the best decision for them, if that takes place after five years or 10 years, we don’t have all the information to allow patients to make an informed decision,” the specialist said, who the National Post explained spoke under condition of anonymity for fear of being labeled “transphobic.”
Many oft-ignored “detransitioners,” individuals who attempted to live under a different “gender identity” before embracing their sex, attest to the physical and mental harm of reinforcing gender confusion, as well as to the bias and negligence of the medical establishment on the subject.
One such person, 34-year-old Michelle Zacchigna from Orillia, Ontario, who underwent hormone treatment and surgeries more than a decade ago in order to appear as a male, filed a lawsuit against the eight doctors and “mental health experts” who saw her through the mutilation process.
“Acknowledging that I cannot bear my own children has been devastating. Some days, the pain of what I’ve done to myself is overwhelming. I cry and I can’t stop. Other days, I’m angry that I wasn’t screened for the diagnoses I later received before I was prescribed hormones,” Zacchigna lamented.
“Removing my completely healthy uterus is my greatest regret.”
Yeah, I mean. I’d regret it pretty hard if I told some doctor to cut off my ear.
It’s real hard to even imagine telling the doctors to cut up your body to this extent – to cut out the reproductive organs completely, for no reason.
I do wonder how these people live with themselves.
Your doctors are literally demons from a Go Nagai anime