So now, thanks to a recent court decision, the “right” to “healthcare” means the “right” to sexual mutilation, in the name of transgender identity.
Here’s the man displaying his “cure” brought to him by the government.
Here is NBC News unrelenting partisan propaganda:
Denee Mallon marveled at the view of Lake Michigan from her hospital bed in the Windy City, where she had just made history: the then 74-year-old transgender woman underwent a milestone sex reassignment surgery she’d sought for decades. “Here I am, finally, after all these years,” she said. “It happened.”
Her operation will be one of the first paid for by Medicare after she won a challenge in May to end the government insurance program’s ban on covering such procedures for transgender individuals. Mallon’s victory opened the door for other seniors to access this care and may influence whether more insurers – private and public – will cover them. LGBT advocates also hailed her case as another step forward to securing equal rights for transgender people.
“I feel congruent, like I’m finally one complete human being where my body matches my innermost feelings, my psyche,” said Mallon, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, two days after undergoing sex reassignment surgery in mid-October. “I feel complete.”
The Medicare ban was imposed in 1989, stemming from earlier information years before that found there was a “lack of well controlled, long-term studies of the safety and effectiveness of the surgical procedures and attendant therapies.” It deemed such treatment “experimental” and noted a “high rate of serious complications.”
But since then, research has found that sex reassignment surgery is a proven therapy for some individuals suffering from gender dysphoria, with decades-long studies and clinical case reports showing positive results, experts say. There is “agreement among professionals in the field that this is effective treatment,” said Jamison Green, president of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health.
And yet, John Hopkins University Hospital still refuses to re-start doing “sexual reassignment surgeries” because they tracked down their patients (victims) and found “their subsequent psycho-social adjustments were no better than those who didn’t have the surgery.” Since the university was one of the pioneers in genital mutilation for “transgender” they can hardly be considered biased.
On the contrary, a much more likely source of bias would be the court case itself with the Federal government allegedly making the case against changing the Medicare policy. How hard would it be for the government’s attorney to sabotage the case? Of course, given the kind of judges who get appointed now, the lawyer may not have needed to weaken his case. It may not have mattered.
Just to repeat what we all know. A man has no idea what it “feels like” to be a woman and a woman has no idea what it “feels like” to be a man. That narrow-hipped monstrosity has no idea what his “innermost feelings” or his “psyche” really is. After all, who has shown the identity between the “innermost feelings” or “psyche” of a man who thinks he wants to be a woman and those of a real woman? No one has ever managed to remove men and women’s “psyches” for any kind of scientific comparison. This is all superstition. It is belief in ghosts.
It is anti-science, anti-health, and anti-reason.