"The last time a full service audit looking at the prevalence of ASD was in 2019. At that stage, the number was 34pc. A repeat audit is ongoing and the expectation for 2022 is that figure will increase significantly and may reach as high as 90pc."
Why has RTE investigated the treatment of exported Irish calves but not of Irish children referred to the Gender Identity Development Services at the UK's Tavistock?
The numbers of those seen with suspected or confirmed gender dysphoria have switched from 73% men to 70% girls in this country: why is no one asking why? Or why the largest cohort of those applying for Gender Recognition Certificates is young women?
Why is "gender dysphoria" now featuring so much in young girls when the 2014 retrospective study in St. Columcille's Hospital found in adults it was 73% men? Has the HSE asked this question? If not, why not? Is the NWCI concerned?
In 2014 an Irish study found 73% of those with gender dysphoria were men. More than twice as many referrals to the failed Tavistock GIDS from Ireland were girls. Why is the Government not insisting on an immediate enquiry before the HSE refers more children out of the country?
Thread from July 29th 2022 Service which Irish children as young as five have been referred to since 2009 is being shut down early next year over safety concerns. UK
With an urgent enquiry announced into gender treatment of children in the UK The Sunday Independent has revealed that the HSE is looking into sending Irish children to "similar services" elsewhere. Should Minister Stephen Donnelly now seek answers as to how Irish children are being treated?
234 referrals of Irish children to date to the UK's NHS Tavistock and Portman Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) for assessment. Yet Prof Donal O'Shea warns "'The assessments we have seen on children were vague and not fit for purpose but facilitated starting treatment.'"
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?