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How will SCOTUS rule on controversial ‘gender care’ minors?

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to a Tennessee measure banning gender reassignment medical treatment for minors, setting a major precedent for the rest of the US.

The Supreme Court can be unpredictable given the diversity of its justices, Sara Gonzalez I believe the odds of victory are improving for conservatives — and for our kids.

“So the Supreme Court now has the opportunity to set a precedent that will permanently sterilize an entire generation,” Gonzalez said. “I’m not entirely confident in anything to do with the Supreme Court. There are too many indecisive conservatives on the Court.”

“But I think we have a good chance of winning here,” she added, noting that the plaintiffs lost their appeal to the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.

The plaintiffs in the lawsuit argue that the state’s ban on sex-reassignment medical treatment for minors violates the 14th Amendment to the Constitution.

“Banning sex-reassignment surgery for minors is said to violate the Equal Protection Clause by denying minors access to medical care that is available to others,” Gonzalez explains.

“Their argument is, ‘We are an oppressed minority who are being discriminated against because we are transgender,'” she added.

However, transgender adults can undergo the surgery.

“If they go to the right doctor, kids can make an appointment and cut off their own testicles, cut off their own breasts, apparently cut off anything they want. If they did it themselves they’d be sent to a mental hospital, but when they’re adults they can cut off anything they want,” Gonzalez said, adding, “The only ones who are protected are the children.”

Not only can transgender adults make irreversible surgical changes to their bodies, but they are supported by nearly all major institutions.

“So, as I said, the Sixth Circuit upheld the ban,” Gonzalez explains. “The court found that the plaintiffs were never actually an oppressed minority.”

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