Kansas Gov. Won’t Protect Children From Mutilation

Apr 17, 2024

Democratic Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly vetoed a bill Friday that would have protected children from mutilation surgeries currently being touted as “gender-affirming care.”

The “Forbidding Abusive Child Transitions Act” (SB233) was specifically designed to protect children from medical procedures that remove aspects of their reproductive system and are wholly irrevocable. The bill would also have forbidden advertisements for mutilation procedures. (LEARN MORE: Female Mass Shooters & The Rise In Transgenderism)

But Kelly decided that protecting children wasn’t something she wanted to do during her time in elected office. She is clearly comfortable with Kansas children being given puberty blockers that stunt their human development, cross-sex hormones (which are alleged to cause significant mental health disorders), and surgical procedures.

What Did Lawmakers Want To Achieve?

Anyone with an ounce of common sense knows it is morally, ethically, and medically wrong to remove a child’s sexual organs and tell them they can be replaced with those of another gender. Kansas lawmakers wanted to punish those who would do this to a child. (LEARN MORE: World Expert Says Transgenderism Is ‘Mental Disorder,’ Sex Changes Are ‘Biologically Impossible,’ And The Industry Will Collapse Like Eugenics Did)

State funds — also known as your taxpayer dollars — would not have been used to inflict this abuse on children, had Kelly supported the bill. She said that the language of the bill would have removed parental rights, which we assume is in reference to those parents who are also under the impression their children need to be mutilated.

The Response

“As we watch other states, nations, and organizations reverse course on these experimental procedures on children, Laura Kelly will most surely find herself on the wrong side of history with her reckless veto of this common-sense protection for Kansas minors,” Kansas Republican House Speaker Dan Hawkins said following Kelly’s decision. (LEARN MORE: Even Secular People Are Against The Trans Movement)

“While I voted against this bill last year — a similar bill — after education and more learning and more knowledge on this, I think it’s not unreasonable to do what this bill implies,” said Republican Kansas Rep. John Eplee. “which is, under age 18, to not allow surgery or hormone blockers because of the irreversibility, oftentimes, of those treatments.”

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