In a breath of enormously fresh air, journalist Megyn Kelly has skewered the Democrats’ despicable obsession with transgenderism, particularly for underaged youth.
Per Kelly, a significant percentage of gender dysphoria cases, which are not uncommon in adolescence as young people struggle with forming an identity, will outgrow those largely inaccurate beliefs, provided that other entities do not “interfere” with adolescent development.
In commentary to “Eric Bolling the Balance,” Kelly noted that statistics reveal up to 7 in 10 children “will grow out of [gender dysphoria] if left alone.”
Gender dysphoria is a condition wherein a person may believe that their biological sex is not their true gender identity, leading some to pursue hormone therapy and transition surgery to obtain the sexual identity they believe they were truly destined to have.
Much like body dysphoria, wherein someone may hold a wildly inaccurate view of their true body type or size, gender dysphoria operates similarly, which means that it is typically best treated with therapy as a first course of action.
Kelly remarked that she has long been both “open minded” and “very kind” with regards to younger people undergoing serious issues with transgenderism, detailing that the condition “is a real thing in a small amount of cases,” which means that individuals “[should not] be bullying people who suffer from this.”
However, Kelly also noted that the Democrats have turned gender into a remarkably partisan debate, noting that it is highly “irresponsible” for the mainstream media to celebrate gender dysphoria without providing any insight into the serious downsides of individuals undergoing gender transitioning while they are still adolescents.
“[We have] lost our minds on this issue,” Kelly noted, observing that “it’s become a political issue” with leftists’ apparent obsession with gaslighting children into believing that their true gender is different from their sex at birth.
“We’ve crossed over to this point in society where it’s getting really dangerous,” Kelly continued, “because tolerance by people who wanted to be open minded … have been taken advantage of now to the point where their children are being wrestled away from them.”
In essence, “tolerance is being exploited,” Kelly concluded, “to the point of abuse of the child and, by extension, the parent.”