Children in Idaho can’t purchase cigarettes or alcohol, and they can’t drop out of school or use a tanning bed before turning 16 years old. But children who self-identify as “transgender” can receive puberty blockers or cross-sex hormones, all without parental consent.
That’s why we teamed up with Rep. Bruce Skaug (R-Nampa) and Sen. Steve Vick (R-Dalton Gardens) to draft legislation that bans puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and sex reassignment procedures for minor children struggling with gender dysphoria.
After all, almost all gender dysphoric children end up accepting their biological sex by late adolescence. But far too many vulnerable children are prematurely pushed into pharmaceutical and surgical interventions that set them up for lifelong medical problems, all the while leaving them with irreparable infertility and without the sexual organs of either a man or a woman.
House Bill 675, also known as the Vulnerable Child Protection Act, protects children from these irreversible, harmful, and experimental medical interventions.
That being said, we need your help to get this bill through the Idaho House of Representatives.
Click here to send a message to your state representatives, asking them to protect these vulnerable Idaho children by voting “yes” on House Bill 675!
Again, House Bill 675 may be on the House floor any day now, so please send your message right away!
Standing for children,
Agree wholeheartedly that this bill is needed. Thanks much for the prompt and easy access to message our legislators.