Thread following article "Gender distress treatment in young people: a highly charged debate" published in The Irish Times June 26th 2021
The NHS removed its claim that puberty blockers are reversible in May of last year. Last month the ICGP produced guidance which claimed they were reversible but rapidly changed that last week. The HSE's claim that they are reversible is still online.
"The issue at the heart of this claim is whether informed consent in the legal sense can be given by such children and young persons." What implications does Keira Bell's win have for the treatment of Irish children who have been referred to the Tavistock?
Who are Irish politicians listening to when deciding the best way forward for trans health care?
A 2014 survey of adults attending a Dublin gender clinic found suspected or confirmed gender dysphoria in nearly three times as many men as women. But last year four times as many girls as boys were referred from here to the UK's Gender Identity Development Services. Why is this?