Men generally don’t take it seriously

I care because I work in Education and have personally seen the effect of puberty blockers on a couple of Y7/8 girls, one of whom used to collapse on a regular basis. This had an effect on staff seeing this happen.

I then began reading more about the subject and was extremely worried how this subject and it’s consequences for women and girls was slipping under the radar and changes being introduced by stealth.

I have talked about it with friends and family. Men generally don’t take it seriously as they will not be affected by its consequences.

The worry is that young women want to be fair to everyone as they don’t see the dangerous consequences for themselves.

I have discussed on social media.

AB, Concerned School support member of staff