Independent inquiry needed to protect our young people!

Independent inquiry needed to protect our young people!

Currently, young people in Australia facing gender confusion are being funnelled into rushed, extreme treatments to enable them to ‘transition’. There is insufficient counselling and support examining the underlying issues at play … and it’s only getting worse.

Radical gender activists continue to push for more extreme treatments, laws that remove the influence of parents, and regulations that will limit the ability of doctors to address genuine mental health issues.

And up until recently, those providing these practices have stayed under the radar, managing to avoid public scrutiny of what really goes on inside their clinics. Previous calls for an inquiry into their methods and practices was even shut down on the basis that any such scrutiny would cause harm and distress to young people undergoing these treatments!

But unless there is a comprehensive, evidence-based inquiry into these practices, we risk subjecting our young people to “medical” treatments which may cause irreparable and lifelong harm, all done in the name of radical ideology.  

We can’t leave the conclusions about the safety or otherwise of these treatments in the hands of those with vested ideological and financial interests.

Take action today by signing a petition calling on the Federal Government to establish a Senate inquiry into medical transition practices for youth.

It is so important we send the Federal government a strong message on this critical issue. 

Together, we can be a voice for the health and protection of our kids.

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To the Honourable President and members of the Senate in Parliament assembled:

The petition of the undersigned shows:

We should be doing everything we can to protect our children.

Currently, young people are being funnelled into rushed, extreme treatments to enable them to ‘transition’ gender and yet there is no medical evidence to establish that such an approach is any more effective than non-invasive or therapeutic alternatives.

Our young people who experience gender confusion deserve the best possible medical care available. We must ensure that any such care and treatment being offered is evidence-based and non-ideologically driven. This can only be achieved by an independent inquiry into what is happening in our hospitals and gender clinics.

We can’t leave the conclusions about the safety or otherwise of these treatments in the hands of those with vested ideological and financial interests.

We owe our vulnerable young people the best care available.

Your petitioners ask that the Senate establish an inquiry to comprehensively examine the evidence surrounding medical transition practices currently being experimented on our young people.