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Experimentation On Children that Rivals Mengele

For years trans activists have insisted that those of us calling out surgeons for performing double mastectomies for purely cosmetic reasons on healthy girls were "making it up" because "that never happens." Despite evidence including an NIH grant in which Dr. Johanna Olsen Kennedy discusses children as young as 13 having double mastectomies for cosmetic reasons and a Kaiser Permanente health provider noting that they have approved girls as young as 12 for cosmetic double mastectomies we were derided as liars, conspiracy theorists, and hateful bigots for speaking the truth about these mutilating surgeries. Now we add to our list of documentation a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in which chopping off girls breasts is referred to, in what can only be described as Orwellian newspeak, as “top surgery,” we have conclusive evidence that children are being subjected to this horrific "cosmetic" surgery.

The study notes that girls who participated were as young as 13.

Think about that. 13.

Children this age are not allowed to vote, purchase alcohol, smoke cigarettes, rent a car, or take out a loan but these duplicitous doctors say they are old enough to have life altering elective surgery that will permanently damage their otherwise healthy bodies.

The study acknowledges they are experimenting on children with a multitude of underlying mental health issues and rivals those conducted by Josef Mengele, suggesting that children are better off after being surgically disfigured. These are children who have been told by teachers, parents, and health care workers that disfiguring their bodies is the only way they can ever be happy so it isn’t surprising that in the short term, these children feel a sense of relief. However, how will they feel in two years when they realize they have no sensation in their nipples (assuming the surgeon bothered to reattach them after hacking off their breast tissue). How will they feel in five years when they realize they have been lied to. How will they feel in ten years when they struggle with ongoing pain, weakness, and other complications?

They will feel profoundly betrayed.

Here is a glimpse into one Chloe Cole feelings:

"I am a 17 year old de-transitioner from the Central Valley. I was medically transitioned from ages 13 to 16.

My parents took me to a therapist who affirmed my male identity and the therapist did not care about causality or encouraged me to learn, to be comfortable with my body. He brushed off my parents’ concerns about the efficacy of hormones, puberty, blockers, and surgeries.

My parents were given the threat of suicide as a reason to move me forward.

My transition, my endocrinologist, after two or three appointments, put me on puberty blockers and injectable testosterone.

At age 15, I asked to remove my breasts.

My therapist continued to affirm my transition. I attended a top surgery class that was filled with around 12 girls. That thought they were men. Most of my age were younger. None of us were going to be men.

We were fleeing from the uncomfortable feeling of becoming women. I was unknowingly, physically cutting off my true self from my body irreversibly and painfully, our trans identities were not questioned. I went through with surgery despite having therapists and attending the top surgery class. I really didn’t understand all of the ramifications of any of the medical decisions I was making. I wasn’t capable of understanding, and it was downplayed consistently. My parents on the other hand were pressured to continue my so-called gender journey with a suicide threat. I will never be able to breastfeed a child. I have blood clots in my urine. I am unable to fully empty my bladder. I do not yet know if I am capable of carrying a child to full term."[i]

It is our responsibility to fight back.

Let the Journal of the American Medical Association know that they have lost all credibility by unquestioningly publishing a study by activists who hold fast to the absurd metaphysical belief that a child can be born in the wrong body.

[i] Women’s Voices, June 28, 2022 Twitter,

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Betty Quinn
Betty Quinn
Aug 20, 2023


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