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Only 27% agree teens should be given puberty blockers in transgender care

Only 27% of people believe that puberty blockers should be available to teenagers who want to transition – to change sex – according to a new Newstalk poll. More than a fifth (21%) of those who took that position also agreed that the medication should only be available with parental consent.

Similarly, the research carried out by polling company Amárach found that 47% of people believe teens who wish to transition should not have access gender affirming care such as counselling and hormone replacement treatment.

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22 days ago

Any parent who agrees to give their son or daughter puberty blockers is a child abuser. And the doctors should have their license removed permanently. People of Ireland need to educate themselves on the dangers of this new religion and cop on. There are two sexes,
Zero genders, And infinite personalities

Frank McGlynn
21 days ago

If you think it is bad now just wait until Sinn Fein get into Government with Fintan Warfield in the cabinet.

In the light of his recent political statements, would you vote for Conor McGregor if he ran for election?

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