Once again, Do No Harm is engaged in the battle to protect children from gender ideology.
On Monday, December 18, Do No Harm filed an amicus brief along with the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) in the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. The brief asks the Tenth Circuit to affirm the district court’s decision, which held that Oklahoma’s law prohibiting the practice of experimental gender medicine on minors is likely constitutional. In the brief, Do No Harm and OCPA explain that:
(1) the current scientific evidence reveals that the practice of experimental gender medicine on minors causes significant harm, carries serious unknown risks, and offers no proven benefit;
(2) the Court should not hesitate to depart from the purported objective recommendations put forth by the politically motivated medical interest groups opposing Oklahoma’s common-sense law; and
(3) the advocates of experimental gender medicine criticize any screening procedures for these interventions as too strict.
We are watching the developments of this filing and are hopeful that the Court will uphold Oklahoma’s law to protect children from these harmful and irreversible treatments.
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