Government Shouldn’t Ban Child Sex Changes

Republican presidential primary candidate and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said in a June television interview that the government should intervene when parents decide to put their children through life irrevocably. He is facing fresh criticism just ahead of Wednesday night’s Republican primary debate for saying that he is not. Changing “transgender” surgery.

Haley told CBS that “the law should not be involved” in issues involving troubled teens seeking sex-related treatment, saying “that should be dealt with by the parents.”

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“In this country, if a 12-year-old child who was designated as female at birth says, “Actually, I would be more comfortable living as a boy,” what kind of consideration should we give? What kind of response should the law allow? CBS asked Haley, to which the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations responded, “I don’t think the law should get into this, I think parents should deal with it.”

Social media users quickly took to X/Twitter to express their disappointment with Haley’s response.

“Nikki Haley was asked on CBS what to do if a 12-year-old child decides they want to change their gender, and she said the law doesn’t apply and it should be up to the parents. This is 1000% disqualifying. Parents. When someone abuses a child, the law must intervene,” conservative influencer Robbie Starbuck responded.

“Totally disqualified,” said another X/Twitter user. I have written He echoed his sentiments in the comments section of Starbucks’ post.

“She can’t vote for me,” says another. reacted. “Cutting off parts of a child’s body and giving them carcinogenic hormones because of their emotions is a line I don’t want to cross.”

“She’s probably getting paid by big pharma,” said another X/Twitter user. guessed.

“You have to be 18 to get a tattoo and 21 to buy alcohol, but a 12-year gender change is totally fine, right?” another said. It pointed out.

“Anyone who supports child genital mutilation is anti-human,” said another. declared. “Kids follow all kinds of trends based on peer pressure, and if that means having weird hair or clothes, that’s fine. Being sterilized for the rest of your life is something else entirely. .”

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