Trans designer behind pants intended to ‘flatten’ the genitals of young boys accused of ‘child abuse’

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A British company specializing in transgender lingerie launched a new product geared towards children as young as four years old that has doctors worried sick about the possible side effects including infertility.

The underwear by Carmen Liu is specifically “designed to flatten the side profile of the pelvic area” which conservative politician and former director of Save the Children, Tory peer Baroness Nicholson, claimed is tantamount to child abuse.

“I am truly horrified. The makers, sellers and distributors of these items are breaking the Children’s Act and are heavily abusing the NHS health criteria for children,” Nicholson told the Daily Mail.

“Children have an absolute unbreakable right to health and these wretched items are against that. I will report them and go to the wire to gain children their rights against this seemingly criminal behaviour.”

The plain black or white underwear with simple satin bows are sold in the “Kids” section of the website and comes in seven sizes, the smallest of which has a hip measurement of about 23 inches and could be worn by a child as young as four years old.

The website touts that “Carmen Liu Kids is here for trans girls and non-binary children in their journey. We are the world’s first company (you heard!) to listen to the children that need us.”

“Each product is here to provide children with the stepping stones to finding themselves, in a supportive, validating experience,” it says. “We are here to provide gender expression products for trans girls and non-binary children in aim [sic] of finding their true, authentic self.”

The shock that a product like this even existed was evident on social media, but others were ready to out it as “grooming.”

The founder of Transgender Trend – a group fighting the concerning trend to diagnose children as transgender – called the product “barbaric.”

‘The fact that a child is sexualized in this way and their sexual parts are treated according to adult ideas, is abuse of the child. It feels barbaric to actually interfere with a child’s genitals in that way,” Stephanie Davies-Arai said.

Worse still are the doctor’s warnings of permanent damage to the genitals and possible effects on fertility later in life if the child later decides against living life as a transgender.

“Testicles need to be at a lower temperature, a couple of degrees lower than the body,” Pediatrician Dr. Shiban Ahmed explained. “That is why they are in the scrotum, outside of the body. At a young age, if they continue to remain in a high position, the cells that produce sperm eventually die off.”

Founder of the namesake company Carmen Liu blasted her critics on Friday and claimed this is the time the LGBTQIA+ community needs her products the most.

“Your claims are absurd, unfounded and without merit,” Liu said, adding that the critique landed “at a convenient time when legislation to ban conversion therapy to exclude transgender people is in the media and subject to wide outrage and protest,” Liu said.

“This… is an attempt to cast contempt on the community at a time when support and understanding is needed most,” she added.


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