You know that the Democratic party is off the reservation when even Bill Maher thinks they are nuts. His latest complaint is about puberty blockers because no one knows how they affect the body. Other countries have banned puberty blockers completely for that very reason. Maher is right, we are experimenting on our children for political correctness.
They are telling five and six-year-old kids that they were born in the wrong body, and as young, as they are, they are seeking the approval of their teachers and in some cases, their parents who actually consider it to be a status symbol. Have you noticed how many Hollywood celebrities give interviews about their non-binary and gay children? It has gotten ridiculous. You can only hope their parents leave them enough money in their will to cover their therapy bills.
If this spike in trans children is all biological, why is it regional? Either Ohio is shaming them or California is creating them. pic.twitter.com/t3Tx23MOsu
— Bill Maher (@billmaher) May 21, 2022
“Maybe that’s why Sweden and Finland have stopped giving puberty blockers to kids because we just don’t know much about the long-term effects.”
“Although common sense should tell you that when you reverse the course of raging hormones, there’s going to be problems.”
“According to a recent Gallup poll, less than 1% of Americans born before 1946 — that’s Joe Biden’s Generation — identity that way. 2.6% of boomers do, 4.2% of Gen X, 10.5% of millennials and 20.8% of Gen Z which means if we follow this trajectory we will all be gay in 2054.”
“It wasn’t that long ago that when adults asked a kid ‘what do you want to be when you grow up, they meant ‘what profession.”
Maher pointed out some of the health problems that can arise from using puberty blockers, such as child bone density development, fertility, and “the ability to have an orgasm.”
Maher praised the gay movement, but then added that someone needs to tell them that it’s not all about you. maher said that kids gravitate to the gay community because it’s trendy and popular in some circles. (Spoiler alert. He’s talking about California.
“And it’s okay to ask questions about something that’s very new and involves children. The answer can’t always be that someone from a marginalized community is automatically right — ‘trump card, mic drop, end of discussion’ — because we’re literally experimenting on children.”