In today’s Gender News I encourage you to read a compelling narrative from Dr. Riittakerttu Kaltiala, a seasoned psychiatrist from Finland who pioneered Gender Affirming Care (GAC) for minors in her homeland.
She recounts her journey, initially filled with hope but now shrouded in worry.
Imagine setting out to build a bridge to connect isolated islands, only to discover the blueprint might be flawed, potentially endangering lives. Dr. Kaltiala’s tale mirrors this analogy as she reflects on the unforeseen repercussions of GAC, especially on youth, who unlike a completed bridge, are still in the process of formation.
Dr. Kaltiala’s eye-opening experiences, urges a re-evaluation of the current GAC protocols for minors, an initiative once thought by some to be a sturdy bridge towards self-identity and acceptance, but now under scrutiny.
There is a widening call in Europe for a pause and re-assessment of the prevailing practices of gender transition among minors.
You’ll find her story here.
Read the whole thing.
Must see documentary.
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