By Tyler Durden | 17 April 2022
ZERO HEDGE — As the debate over transgender athletes competing in women’s athletics continues to rage in the US, one transgender psychologist who has helped hundreds of teens transition has spoken out to declare that the push to allow teens and preteens to transition has gone “too far” – putting her entire livelihood at risk.
Echoing claims made by so-called “TERFS” and conservatives whom trans activists have labeled as evil transphobes, Erica Anderson, 71, who is herself transgender, told the LA Times that she is “horrified” that even 13-year-olds are now getting hormone treatments – prescribed in some cases by PCP – without even meeting with psychologists first.
“I think it’s gone too far,” said Anderson, who until recently led the US professional society at the forefront of transgender care.
“For a while, we were all happy that society was becoming more accepting and more families than ever were embracing children that were gender variant.
“Now it’s got to the point where there are kids presenting at clinics whose parents say, ‘This just doesn’t make sense,'” she said.
She previously told the Washington Post that she fears too many kids are starting the process of transitioning because it’s “trendy”, especially among the younger generations. […]