President Joe Biden admitted in an interview that he is pushing for children to have unlimited access to transgender treatments – such as puberty blockers and surgeries.
In an interview with transgender social media influencer Dylan Mulvaney, Biden declared that there ought to be nothing limiting transgender treatments, including states themselves. He reiterated that states should not be permitted to control “any health care” that involves a person who has adopted the transgender belief.
“I mean, no state should be able to do that, in my view. So, I feel very, very strongly that you should have every single solitary right including use of your gender-identity bathrooms in public,” Biden stated.
The president told Mulvaney that states limiting so-called “gender-affirming care” is “wrong [as both a] moral question and as a legal question.”
Biden also blasted several red states for passing laws that restrict the use of puberty blockers used to prevent normal adolescent development and surgeries that can possibly render children and teenagers permanently sterile. His remarks appeared to be directed at four states – Alabama, Arkansas, Texas and Arizona – that approved laws or policies that restrict what doctors can do to children who have gender dysphoria – a condition that generally resolves as a child grows.
LGBT advocacy groups and civil rights advocates have condemned the current restrictions against gender-affirming care as discriminatory. But Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a member of the Republican Party, condemned Biden and the Democratic Party for pushing transhumanist medical procedures on children. (Related: TRANS activists resort to terrorism in second “swatting” incident targeting Marjorie Taylor Greene, who introduced legislation to halt transgender mutilations of children.)
“[President] Joe Biden thinks it’s wrong to stop the profit-driven medical industry from cutting breasts off 15-year-old girls and castrating teen boys before they are old enough to legally get a tattoo or vote,” she tweeted. “Democrats are the party of child abuse.”
Meanwhile, the Biden administration is broadening the range of taxpayer-financed “gender-affirming” healthcare options available to federal employees beginning in 2023, as stated in an Office of Personnel Management (OPM) explanation of federal benefits issued in late September.
“OPM continues to focus on ways our Carriers can improve access to gender-affirming care for transgender and gender diverse individuals,” the agency stated.
The expansion of this care arrived just after the national debt hit $31 trillion and fiscal year 2022 finished with an estimated budget deficit of $1.4 trillion.
OPM announced healthcare costs for federal employees are given to the increased debt load with premiums under the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) program likely to increase an average of 7.2 percent next year, and the government is predicted to confront a cost increase of about that amount.
A number of these costs increase reflects a wider range of treatment options for those diagnosed with gender dysphoria.
As an example, OPM stated that beginning in 2023, all health care providers giving service under the FEHB program will bring coverage for “fertility preservation procedures” for people dealing with the chance of “infertility associated with medical and surgical gender transition treatment.”
OPM stated that all providers have made sure they have “equitable access to medications” and can offer “coverage of medically necessary hormonal therapies for gender transition care.”
Providers are all coordinating acknowledged entities to ensure they are giving “evidence-based benefits and coverage” for gender-affirming care, such as the World Professional Association of Transgender Health or others.
As reported by OPM, they will all provide patients the option of being guided by a care coordinator as they look for gender-affirming care.
Furthermore, all providers have checked their own medical literature to guarantee the use of “inclusive and gender-neutral terminology” as they consider these medical options.
OPM defined these changes in a document that describes a wide range of healthcare options for federal workers and enrollment in these plans will happen between mid-November and mid-December.
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