This week, a nonprofit medical organization released model legislation that would help people who previously “transitioned” genders to reverse the effects of their treatments and surgeries.
The Detransitioner Bill of Rights was created by nonprofit organization Do No Harm. The legislation would address the rise in “detransitioners” who come out against their decision to undergo experimental, so-called “gender-affirming” care, according to a report from The Daily Wire.
Reportedly, the legislation would help people seeking to detransition financial access to medical treatments that would reverse the effects of transgender care. And it would give them the ability to pursue legal action against the entities that pushed the treatments on them.
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