Connecticut Children’s Hospital Creating Portal for Out-of-State Kids to Pursue Gender Transition

The Connecticut Children’s Hospital is developing a portal that will connect kids from states where gender transition surgeries and hormone injections are banned to resources that would help them pursue so-called gender-affirming care.

“With Texas now being the latest to ban evidence based care for trans kids (and DEI offices on public college campuses 🤔), we have to find more ways to support these kids and families . . . are you a family in a state banning care?” Melissa Santos, Division Chief of Pediatric Psychology at the hospital, wrote in a LinkedIn post in late September. “Reach out below . . . we want to help . . . #transhealth #pride #transcareishealthcare #forthekids #lgbtqcommunity.”

Read more in National Review.