North Carolina Medicaid expansion would increase funds for child sex changes

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Medicaid expansion is currently a top priority for lawmakers in North Carolina, but some are concerned that this expansion will increase the number of children in the state undergoing experimental sex changes.

The proposed increase in coverage is supported by both Democrats and Republicans, who say that it will help families access essential treatment for conditions such as diabetes, cancer and mental health issues. But Medicaid also covers what are deemed to be medically necessary sex change procedures for minors.

According to parental rights group Education First, one of North Carolina’s main Medicaid providers, Centene, covers a range of experimental sex change interventions for minors, including puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones, hysterectomies and double mastectomies, as well as complicated and risky genital surgeries such as vaginoplasty (the amputation of the penis and construction of a cavity to resemble a vagina), and phalloplasty (involving stripping skin and flesh from the forearm or thigh and using it to create a non-functional appendage resembling a penis).

Centene’s policy requires that a child have a clinical diagnosis of gender dysphoria prior to receiving treatment and must have lived in their acquired gender for 12 continuous months in order to be eligible for coverage. Living as your preferred gender can be as simple as adopting new pronouns.

Centene defines gender identity as “a person’s deepest inner sense of being female or male, which for many is established by the age of 2 – 3 years.”

Education First states that pediatric gender clinics in North Carolina, such as those located at University of North Carolina (UNC) and East Carolina University (ECU), treat children as young as four years old for gender dysphoria.

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