Dr. Michelle Forcier, Expert

This is a follow up to my “Experts” post.

Dr. Michelle Forcier, associate professor of pediatrics at Brown University and staunch advocate of puberty blockers for kids with gender-dysphoria, sits down with NBC News and explains her viewpoint.

You’ll remember Dr. Forcier in the “unaware” outtake below.

Here she is in an NBC News Interview explaining the journey for kids who are transitioning.

Notable Quotables.

(MF)  Think about pregnant women who walk into a room.  One of the first questions people ask:  Is it a boy or a girl?  Even before we come out and enter the world, we've been 'genderized.'   The big place for gender is our brain, our heart, and our soul.  Identity.  Who we are.  Which isn't parts.  It's in here (she gestures to her head).

(I). What's the risk of waiting?  

(MF). Parents ask me that all the time.  And the risk of waiting is suicide.  The risk of waiting is running away.  The risk of waiting is substance abuse.  The risk of waiting is bullying and violence.  The risk of waiting is oppression and anxiety.  Kids have to live their whole childhood denying who they are as a boy or girl.  Kids have to go through the wrong physical and emotional and social puberty.  Breast development.  Getting hairy and big.  Getting hips and butt and thighs.  That's very distressing if you are growing in the wrong gender body for your brain.

Maybe the secret is to fix the brain. Not the body.

As a Christian who believes in the doctrine of Creation, Incarnation, Bodily Resurrection, Bodily Ascension, and future bodily resurrection for believers, I could never agree with this “expert.”

I can love confused people without affirming their confusion.

For more information on Dr. Forcier’s claims please read the following posts. There are plenty of non-religious reasons to say, NO, as well.


As a Classic Christian I encourage everyone to “Embrace, Don’t Affirm.”

Individuals with a Gender Identity Disorder (Gender-Dysphoria) need Truth-filled Love. Please read this post for more details.


Love Refuses to Affirm Confusion