The New York Times is again trying to pose the mainstream consensus on children and transgender issues — and popular legislation like the Florida law that liberals falsely call “Don’t Say Gay” — as dangerous and even suggesting it may encourage transgender youth to commit suicide.
Rick Rojas reported on legislation signed by the Republican governor of Alabama in Saturday’s paper: Gov. Kay Ivey of Alabama signed legislation on Friday that prevents medical professionals from providing care that aids transgender young people in transitioning, adopting some of the country’s most restrictive measures and threatening doctors and nurses with up to 10 years in prison. Following old habit, the Times took care to position Republicans not as reacting to left-wing overreach on gender issues, but as Republicans cynically trying to create a political wedge. The legislation is part of a flurry of bills introduced across the country as conservative lawmakers have […]
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