Doctors Have Finally Reached the Point of Madness on Transgender Issues

by Mark Angelides

According to a respected medical Doctor, understanding transgender issues is as important as knowing how to resuscitate a cardiac patient. And also that doctors in training should be spending as much time learning how to conduct prostate exams on transgendered women and pap smears on transgendered men as they do on “cis-gendered folk. Just to clarify, doctors should be given complete retraining on how to deal with issues that arise from elective surgeries.

In a New York Times article, Dr. Helen Ouyang, went all out explaining that transgendered people receive an incredible amount of bias when they visit hospitals. One example given is that sometimes doctors let out a “surprised gasp” when the patient they are examining turns out not to have the “correct” sexual organs. Another being, that sometimes doctors are left confused by the fact that the patients intake form does not match their physical sex.

So to counteract this “shocking element of bias”, she has decided that the entire medical profession needs to be retrained. I have a slightly more revolutionary solution to this problem…put another box on the form. Sure, it would require the reprinting of thousands of pieces of paper (which is of course bad for the environment), but when weighed against the retraining of every medical person in the world, and the complete overhaul of the medical training practices in every nation on earth, I think my solution is a little better (if not as environmentally friendly…perhaps we could use recycled paper?).

Dr. Ouyang bases her position on a study carried out into how transgendered people are treated by medical professionals (she may of course be basing it on more than the study, but she doesn’t mention other sources, so we can assume this is the case). It is of course great that studies are being carried out into how the medical profession treat people (especially those that have not so common needs), but the study is not actually based on measurable facts, it is based on perception.

The first table is titled: Experience of Discrimination and Substandard Care. The questions cover aspects such as “treated me differently” and “provided worse care”. These are not objective measurements; they are based on the responder’s perception. How do they know that the care was worse than everyone else? How do they know that they were treated differently?

When doctors start calling for substantial changes in the medical profession (which already undergoes almost constant refining) based on subjective responses, it is wrong. And for the New York Times to give such a delusional view column space is irresponsible. When people read the NYT, they have an assumption that the information put across is based on something. This study (while very important for understanding the “perceptions of patients”) is not evidence based. The suggestion that the medical profession needs an overhaul is not a ridiculous one, but that the overhaul should be based on patient’s perceptions is ridiculous.  As a doctor, she should know better.

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  • Joe Blow

    About five weeks after fertilization a human embryo develops a bi-potential gonad. If a Y chromosome (male) is present it orients to be a testes. If no Y by the 13th week it becomes an ovary. If a Y chromosome showed up the body parts will be “male.” No Y and the parts are female. And that’s that about that.

    No queer chromosome, no transgender chromosome.

    Queers are about 8% of the population at most, transgender, about .003% yet they receive an overabundance of news and demand for population acceptance. Something really queer about that!

    • UnderTheBedMonster

      Pandering knows no bounds when it comes to crap bozo introduced into this country.

      • Joe Blow

        ??

        • UnderTheBedMonster

          Why the ???? Haven’t you figured out all this faggotry and trans crap was planned and introduced by the bozo admin to really screw up our families and little kids?

          • Joe Blow

            First, be kind in your speech OK?

            My question marks indicate confusion about what you are talking about. What pandering, what bozo?

          • UnderTheBedMonster

            Bozo is Obama….where have you been? And the doctors are pandering to these mental cases…

    • garwain

      But at least now there’s a solution for “stitchacocktomie,”

      • Joe Blow

        ????. ????

  • Gil Favor

    I’ve been mislead before, but I’ve read it’s a ‘mental health’ issue, not clinical. . . . this makes sense to me.

  • Brindle Dane

    Many may not be able to see yet where this “social engineering” path is leading………………….but EVERYONE, including people with gender dysphoria are being GAS-LIGHTED BIG TIME! The path is twofold and it’s destination is AI and that “childhood” and innocence does not exist. Endgame is chipping/total control and overt normalization of sexually exploiting children.

    Gender dysphoria is very real and is an emotional/psychological issue……….many times brought on by childhood sexual abuse.

    • UnderTheBedMonster

      Good observation. It’s STILL a mental condition that doctors are pandering to the less than 1% of the population.

  • JMG

    I’ve read many reports that the US has the worst healthcare system of any industrialized country on the planet. The universities and hospitals are consumed with this attempt to confuse the human capital with this 3rd or more gender nonsense for control. Unfortunately, they care more for this nonsense and peddling big Pharma than actually giving people decent affordable healthcare.

  • UnderTheBedMonster

    Apparently doctors need to take pandering classes to deal with mental cases who think they have a vagina or a penis……