Child Chest Surgery For Gender Is Up 400%

( According to a new survey, the number of chest reconstruction procedures performed on kids across the US soared by over 400% over three years.

An international general medical journal with peer review, The Journal of the American Medical Association, presented findings from Vanderbilt University researchers that 1130 chest mutilating procedures on minors under 18 were out between 2016 and 2019.

One thousand one hundred fourteen of the interactions involved mastectomies, while 16 involved augmentation mammaplasties, resulting in a 389% rise in the annual rate of child mutilations throughout the reported years.

The study claimed that it was “the largest investigation of gender-affirming chest reconstruction in a pediatric group to our knowledge.” The findings show a significant rise in adolescent gender-affirming chest reconstruction.

Reconstructive genital surgery is usually not performed on teenagers, but the paper shows that masculinizing (mastectomy) and feminizing (augmentation mammaplasty) chest reconstructions can be carried out in outpatient and ambulatory surgical settings.

The paper claims that the study’s surgical patients included some kids with psychiatric disorders like anxiety and sadness. Additionally, roughly 20% of the kids underwent purported gender-affirming hormone treatments.

Recently, Daily Wire anchor Matt Walsh received a video showing a Vanderbilt physician highlighting the revenue such operations may generate. $40,000 can be made from “female-to-male bottom surgeries,” which can be done on minors, and $100,000 from “chest reconstruction” operations. A second Vanderbilt physician referred to religious objections as “difficult” and suggested that those who refuse to conduct such procedures should be subject to “consequences.”

A doctor’s advocacy of the “huge money makers” transgender therapies and operations and apparent threats against medical personnel who dare protest for religious reasons are detailed in video and preserved webpages from the medical institution.

Dr. Shayne Sebold Taylor of the VUMC Clinic for Transgender Health said, “It’s a lot of money,” during a Medicine Grand Rounds lecture. It’s a moneymaker.

The Vanderbilt Pediatric Gender Clinic has since decided to halt all gender transition surgeries on minors.

About 300,000 teenagers between the ages of 13 and 17 identify as transgender.