Putting out a book like this takes serious guts. It’ll likely be attacked as hate speech, even though it’s based in common sense.

The College Fix reports:

Scholars’ new book questions transgender ideology

A new book from a group of academics offers a “dramatic intervention” into the prevailing narrative surrounding transgenderism.

In “Inventing Transgender Children And Young People,” a collection of essays challenging the “dangerous” ideology taught in schools and universities, the authors warn of youngsters not being able to have children due to “powerful sex-change drugs,” the consequences of not speaking out against transgender orthodoxy, and teens quickly being labeled “transgender” due to “normal feelings” of bodily discomfort.

Contributors to the book include Oxford University’s Michael Biggs, King’s College London’s Heather Brunskell-Evans, and the University of Sydney’s Dianna Kenny, according to the Daily Mail.

Dr. David Bell, a consultant psychiatrist at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, said the large increase in the number of females seeking sex changes “cannot be explained by individual factors alone,” nor is the new atmosphere of feeling free to “come out” responsible.

“Many services have championed the use of medical and surgical intervention with nowhere near sufficient attention to the serious, irreversible damage this can cause and with very disturbingly superficial attitudes to the issue of consent in young children,” he said.

The book also features accounts by whistleblowers who prefer to remain anonymous.


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