Minnesota becomes 'sanctuary state' for child sex changes

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Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signed an executive order last week to protect and support those seeking or receiving experimental medical sex change interventions in the state.

Executive Order 23-03 comes in response to several US states recently moving to ban so-called “gender affirming care” for minors on the grounds that there is no good quality evidence to support such extreme interventions for a poorly defined psychiatric disorder that many experts believe to be the result of social contagion.

“Today, Minnesota joins other states and a growing number of municipalities across the country that have acted in solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community,” reads the order. “We stand with this community by maintaining a refuge for those who seek and provide gender affirming health care services.”

Walz’s order defers to the authority of major professional associations such as the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), the leading trans health organization that last year recognized eunuch as a valid gender identity even children can possess.

“The availability of gender affirming health care services is essential to the health and wellness of LGBTQIA+ community members, and is supported by numerous major professional associations,” reads the order.

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