Boston Children’s Hospital psychologist claims kids can know they are trans while still in the womb

A now-deleted video from a Boston Children’s Hospital psychologist named Kerry McGregor highlighted how destructive the transgender medical agenda appears to be at the facility by asserting that children can know they are transgender as early as in the womb.

There are several disturbing videos floating around concerning the hospital and transgender children.

Two of the videos claim that it is possible for a child to know they are transgender from birth or while still in the womb.

According to the Washington Examiner, it is a point of pride with this hospital that it caters to transgender children as young as two or three years old. At which time a helpful psychologist can potentially advise a child to get life-altering surgeries or treatments at some point in their teens. Parents are allegedly told that it is “supportive” to urge toddlers to begin an irreversible process that can destroy their child’s life.

The hospital contends that actions such as a child refusing to get a haircut or playing with “opposite gender” toys can potentially indicate the little one is transgender and should begin the gender transition process.

Boston Children’s Hospital’s Center for Gender Surgery is “the first center of its kind in the U.S. in a major pediatric hospital setting,” according to its website.

“As the first pediatric center in the country dedicated to the surgical care of transgender patients, we take an interdisciplinary approach from the start to ensure exceptional patient care. Our skilled team includes specialists in plastic surgery, urology, endocrinology, nursing, gender management, and social work, who collaborate to provide a full suite of surgical options for transgender teens and young adults,” the site contends.

“Our experienced anesthesia team works to provide culturally sensitive care to the gender-diverse community. By partnering with the hospital’s nationally recognized Gender Management Service (GeMS), which provides a range of medical options for transgender youth, we help young people with gender identity concerns transfer seamlessly to surgical care if and when they are ready,” the site continues.

“The center currently offers vaginoplasty, metoidioplasty, phalloplasty, chest reconstruction, breast augmentation, facial harmonization, and other gender affirmation surgeries to eligible patients. We follow the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) guidelines to surgically treat people who are stable in their gender identity and have documentation of persistent gender dysphoria,” it adds.

To be fair to the hospital, it specifically states that “All genital surgeries are only performed on patients age 18 and older.” On its “eligibility” page it does say that if other criteria are met, chest surgeries can be done on patients as young as 15.

That statement on age limitations arose after a video went viral claiming that the hospital was offering “gender-affirming hysterectomies” for young girls.

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