New research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) shows that between the years of 2016 and 2019, medically unnecessary chest surgeries on minors, also known as transgender mutilation, increased by nearly 400 percent.
A total of 1,130 “gender-affirming” chest surgeries were performed on children in the United States during that three-year period. Of this, 1,114, or 98.6 percent, involved bilateral mastectomies conducted on adolescent females trying to become “males.”
The remaining 16 cases, or 1.4 percent, involved augmentation mammoplasties or breast implants on males who decided to try to become “females.” (Related: The World Professional Association for Transgender Health wants children as young as 14 to be allowed to “transition” with surgery and pharmaceutical drugs.)
“To our knowledge, this study is the largest investigation to date of gender-affirming chest reconstruction in a pediatric population,” the study noted. “The results demonstrate substantial increases in gender-affirming chest reconstruction for adolescents.”
Most of the time, younger people who decide to go trans do undergo lower genital mutilation, the study further reveals, stating that:
“… reconstructive genital surgery is typically not performed in adolescents, but masculinizing chest reconstruction (e.g., mastectomy) and feminizing chest reconstruction (e.g., augmentation mammaplasty) may be performed in outpatient and ambulatory surgery settings.”
Many “trans” children are severely mentally ill
According to the data, a large number of children who decide they want to mutilate their bodies to join the Cult of LGBT suffer from psychiatric conditions such as anxiety or depression.
About 20 percent of these children take “gender-affirming hormone therapies,” which are really just gender-bending pharmaceutical drugs that destroy their endocrine systems so they will appear as the opposite gender.
So-called “chest reconstruction” surgeries are the most popular surgeries for trans children, and the medical system loves them because they are huge money makers, costing around $40,000 a pop.
“Female-to-male bottom surgeries,” meaning the vagina is removed and replaced with a fake penis, can cost $100,000 a pop. These are an even bigger money maker, and are expected to become increasingly more popular among children as the trans industry has its sights set on all those dollar signs.
Medical workers at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville were caught on tape discussing these “big money maker” transgender surgeries, and warning against doctors who might object to them on moral grounds.
At Vanderbilt, there are reportedly “consequences” in place for doctors who refuse to comply with these procedures because the hospital does not want to lose that lucrative profit stream.
“It’s a lot of money,” said VUMC Clinic for Transgender Health’s Dr. Shayne Sebold Taylor at one Medicine Grand Rounds lecture series that was captured on tape. “These surgeries make a lot of money.”
Because of all the publicity these leaked videos have gotten, Vanderbilt says it has temporarily paused all gender transition surgeries on minors. However, those are expected to resume once all the opposition dust settles.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn, a Republican politician in Tennessee, recently sent a letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) calling for an investigation into drug companies that perform clinical trials using puberty blockers on children. She also wants a full investigation into Vanderbilt Hospital.
“It is just very sad that we would hear from medical professionals as they were putting profit in front of children,” Blackburn is quoted as saying.
Grand View Research estimates that last year alone, the transgender surgery industry had a $1.9 billion valuation. Cutting off children’s genitals and destroying their lives, in other words, is big money – and as we all know, money is the god of America.
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