School has SEVENTEEN children changing gender as teacher says vulnerable pupils are being 'tricked' into believing they are the wrong sex

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An astonishing 17 pupils at a single British school are in the process of changing gender, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Most of the youngsters undergoing the transformation are autistic, according to a teacher there, who said vulnerable children with mental health problems were being ‘tricked’ into believing they are the wrong sex.

The whistleblower says few of the transgender children are suffering from gender dysphoria – the medical term for someone who feels they were born in the wrong body – but are just easily influenced, latching on to the mistaken belief they are the wrong sex as a way of coping with the problems caused by autism.

Earlier this year, The Mail on Sunday revealed that a third of youngsters referred to the NHS’s only gender identity clinic for children showed ‘moderate to severe autistic traits’.


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It means that 150 autistic teenagers were given puberty blocker drugs which stop the body maturing.

The teacher says she felt compelled to speak out to protect pupils, many of whom she believes could already be taking the powerful drugs and may go on to have life-changing surgery.

She believes schools and some politicians have swallowed ‘hook, line and sinker’ a politically-correct ‘fallacy’ peddled by a powerful transgender lobby.




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An astonishing 17 pupils at a single British school are in the process of changing gender, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Most of the youngsters undergoing the transformation are autistic, according to a teacher there, who said vulnerable children with mental health problems were being ‘tricked’ into believing they are the wrong sex.

The whistleblower says few of the transgender children are suffering from gender dysphoria – the medical term for someone who feels they were born in the wrong body – but are just easily influenced, latching on to the mistaken belief they are the wrong sex as a way of coping with the problems caused by autism.

Earlier this year, The Mail on Sunday revealed that a third of youngsters referred to the NHS’s only gender identity clinic for children showed ‘moderate to severe autistic traits’.


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The Human Brain does not fully develop until age 22 and it is downhill after that. Not being a Psychiatrist, I know nothing about the autistic brain. What would Sigmund Freud say about the autistic brain?
 
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your source is bescially yellow jounralism very sensationalistic and is a poor source of reliable information strong right wing bias to the point of fabricating stories..
 
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Children in UK - let alone autistic children - get to make life-altering decisions in their own care? Is the Daily Mail a reliable source?

I don't follow how this article is helpful in the US. It sounds like there are definite issues in the UK medical care system - but that's for the UK voters & government to work out. @ this remove, & with no standing in UK's medical practices, I don't see what, if anything, a US reader is supposed to do about this situation in UK.
 
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Children in UK - let alone autistic children - get to make life-altering decisions in their own care? Is the Daily Mail a reliable source?

I don't follow how this article is helpful in the US. It sounds like there are definite issues in the UK medical care system - but that's for the UK voters & government to work out. @ this remove, & with no standing in UK's medical practices, I don't see what, if anything, a US reader is supposed to do about this situation in UK.

Medical care aside the trans trend is definitely something that IMO needs to be addressed. People here in the states advocate for giving children drugs for these purposes. Given that and the unusually high number of kids claiming to be "trans" these days there is definitely something going on.
 
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Medical care aside the trans trend is definitely something that IMO needs to be addressed. People here in the states advocate for giving children drugs for these purposes. Given that and the unusually high number of kids claiming to be "trans" these days there is definitely something going on.
know what? i have to agree this whole thing is just nutz
 
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