- Adolescents who have no history of displaying typical gender dysphoria characteristics go through a sudden change in identity following intense exposure to peers and/or media that heavily promotes transsexual lifestyles.
- Considering that social media is rife with individuals promoting gender-affirmative drugs and surgeries, children are making self-assessments based on feelings they may not understand and believing they require treatments that can lead to deep regret in the future.
- This has led to Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria (ROGD). The majority of cases appear to occur within a cluster of peers and in association with increased social media use, especially among people with autism or other neurodevelopmental or mental health issues.
- Virginia mom, Michelle Blair, recently filed a lawsuit against a school board in Baltimore claiming that the staff kept her daughter, Sage’s, transition to male a secret before the teen was reportedly kidnapped, raped, and trafficked across state lines.
- This month California mom, Jessica Konen, and her daughter, Alicia, were awarded $100,000 after claiming teachers and staff at Buena Vista Middle School in Salinas coached the 11-year-old to socially transition to a male gender identity.
- Earlier this year, 21 Republican-led states took legal action on behalf of Florida parents who sued their daughter’s school after teachers launched a transgender support plan for their 13-year-old. January Littlejohn said school bosses had spoken to her daughter about changing her name and which bathroom she uses without her parental permission. Gov. Ron DeSantis highlighted this case to help pass his parental rights bill that bans teachers from giving classroom instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity in kindergarten through the twelfth grade.
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