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'Vic' promotes Planned Parenthood for 'trans' healthcare.
Fr. Mark Hodges

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Planned Parenthood touts its ‘trans’ healthcare for the gender confused

Fr. Mark Hodges

NEW YORK, July 3, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Planned Parenthood has released a video promoting "trans" healthcare.

A young woman, "Vic," who refuses to be identified as male or female, praises Planned Parenthood. "I heard about Planned Parenthood and I really wanted to give it a try because I feel like I was receiving very hetero-normative healthcare," she explained.  

The National LGBT Health Education Center (NLHEC) explains that "trans" healthcare is merely an umbrella term to focus on health problems of transgender people.

Specifically, men who want to be or seek to appear to be women, and vice versa, experience serious health issues. The NLHEC lists those problems as including HIV infection, mental health, "suicidality and non-suicidal self-harm," substance abuse, tobacco use, violence and victimization, "discrimination," delay seeking healthcare, no health insurance, and a "lack of culturally competent care."

The Planned Parenthood video does not say whether the abortion behemoth is distributing hormone replacement drugs or entering the sex change surgery industry.

According to statistics cited by NLHEC, 41 percent of gender dysphoric men and woman attempt suicide. The pro-gay group attributes that figure to heterosexual "discrimination" and social "stigma," saying "groups that have persistently experienced social disadvantage or discrimination systematically experience worse health or greater health risks."

The young woman in the Planned Parenthood promo describes her discovery of being genderqueer. "I was sitting on a bench with an ex ... and we were talking about non-binary," she states in the video. "You know, the idea that you don't feel like a man, you don't feel like a woman, but your gender is somewhere out there."

"And I was like, Oh my G*d! Yep! There it is! Like, there it absolutely is," she exclaimed.

She says when she went to Planned Parenthood, she felt accepted as a genderqueer. "It was, like, one of the first times I really understood that I deserved something," she said. "I felt empowered, I felt in charge of my own healthcare, and I also felt like, where, this historic moment when ‘trans’ healthcare is really, it's happening."

Because of its "trans"-enabling approach, Planned Parenthood is becoming more popular among the gender confused. "Like me, a lot of 'trans' people rely solely on Planned Parenthood for their healthcare," the video concludes.



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