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UW-Madison Health Services Offers Guide for Students on How to Change Their Gender

UW-Madison Health Services Offers Guide for Students on How to Change Their Gender

“Our mental health providers will work with you to help build and support your resilience in preparing for any post-surgical needs you may have.”

When did this become a responsibility for a university? And how many Wisconsin taxpayers even know that they’re funding this?

The College Fix reports:

UW-Madison health services offers step-by-step guide for students to gender transition

The largest public university in Wisconsin offers its students a step-by-step guide on how to change their genders under its University Health Services program.

The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s “Trans Health” webpage provides direct links to five doctors in the area who provide hormone replacement therapy and explains the university’s health plan “does not require a student to get a letter from a mental health provider in support of hormones as long as they can provide informed consent for care.”

All a student needs to do to obtain gender transition treatment is show they understand “the risks and benefits, as well as reversible and irreversible effects, [and are] able to use this information to make a decision,” the website states.

The university’s Trans Health webpage provides a step-by-step list on how to start hormone replacement therapy.

The process is to book an appointment through the UHS online portal, meet with a doctor, sign the informed consent, then undergo a follow-up appointment during which the student and physician will “review lab results, discuss potential medical contraindications, and, if appropriate, receive a prescription for HRT,” it states.

The webpage also details how students may obtain gender transition surgery.

“Many bottom surgeries require a lengthy recovery period and may require numerous procedures, and it is not uncommon for complications to occur,” it states. “Our mental health providers will work with you to help build and support your resilience in preparing for any post-surgical needs you may have.”

The UW-Madison Trans Health webpage includes a variety of additional resources, including a link to Planned Parenthood’s “Hormone Therapy Self Injection Videos.”

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Comments

As pathetic as this is, at least they are only supporting/grooming children over 18. Yes, they are still children.

I have transnausea. Can I get something for that, like a voucher for the nearest liquor store?

nordic prince | October 14, 2022 at 2:01 pm

Using the same logic as “trans health care,” anyone should be able to doctor-shop to find one who will gladly chop off any appendage the “sufferer” desires. There are actually people who fantasize about being amputees, and would love nothing more than to have a doctor cut off a healthy arm or leg… yet most will refuse on the grounds that such is unethical.

It’s the same thing with “trans” surgeries: healthy body parts are being surgically removed based on the whims of mentally ill persons. This is not “health care;” it’s mutilation.

This is unethical and immoral.

    henrybowman in reply to nordic prince. | October 15, 2022 at 4:20 pm

    We’re fast coming up on the 50th anniversary of Evel Knievel’s unsuccessful search for a doctor willing to perform a “prophylactic splenectomy” on him to reduce the risk of a possibly “less than successful” attempt at jumping the Snake River Canyon. The refusals were cookie-cutter: “Remove a healthy organ? Absolutely unethical!”

“Our mental health providers will work with you to help build and support your resilience in preparing for any post-surgical needs you may have.”

No doubt up to and including assisting you to “boldly commit suicide.”

(NIH: “Data indicate that 82% of transgender individuals have considered killing themselves and 40% have attempted suicide, with suicidality highest among transgender youth.”)

As both an undergraduate and medical school grad of the UW, I am sickened by what the place has become..
This is a far cry from the type of protests that took place in the ’60.s.

What they really need is a Student Guide to Changing Colleges.

But then, maybe this provides all the motivation one needs to bug out.