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Transgender Fact Sheet
Posted on Thursday, July 09, 2020
Educating yourself is the first step in fighting the effects of the sexual revolution in your life and among loved ones.
The Ruth Institute is hosting its Third Annual Awards Dinner and Summit for Survivors of the Sexual Revolution July 17-18, 2020, and you're invited to
join us virtually here.
Learn how to confront and survive trends in transgenderism, the LGBT subculture, pornography, the pitfalls of population control, post-abortion trauma,
child abuse, and more.
will include various sessions loaded with information. Have you ever wondered, for example, how transgenderism is affecting people’s lives? The Summit’s
discussion on the transgenderism will be eye opening. These and other facts will be discussed:
Up to 98% of children who struggle with their sex as a child, come to accept their sex by adulthood
Studies show that 100% of children who use puberty blockers will go on to use cross-sex hormones, leaving them permanently sterile
After reassignment surgery, transgender-identified people are nearly 20 times more likely to die from suicide than the general population
In less than 10 years, the number of girls requesting sex change increased 4000%
The long-term effects of puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones have not been studied
Science demonstrates that there are two sex chromosomes—two X chromosomes in females and an X and Y in males—in nearly every single cell
in our bodies
Some transgender-identified patients are being prescribed cross-sex hormones on their very first visit to a clinic