Dallas School District Instructs Students on Gender Mutilation Butchering
According to a new report from The Dallas Express, the Dallas Independent School District has published a resource guide that advises children on how to change genders.
Named the "LGBTQ+ Resources for Dallas ISD & Surrounding Communities," the document recommends various "transgender" clinics, gives resources on how to socially, legally, and medically transition, and lists books for elementary students about gender-confused children.
Robyn Harris, the executive director of Dallas ISD's communications team, told The Dallas Express that the document is only available to adults who request it. She specified that the adults are to be parents or other school employees. However, upon further investigation, it was found that the document was shared with the public through the social media platform 'X.'
Dallas ISD also shared the guide on its news site, "The Hub," when talking about LGBT "pride month." The newsletter said the resource guide "can be shared with parents, staff and students alike."
One of the authors of the document, Devyn Box, is a self-proclaimed "queer, trans, and non-binary" person. Box's services include providing children with reference letters to obtain gender-mutilation surgeries.
Among the resources outlined in the document are multiple sources about minors socially and physically mutilating their bodies to attempt to change their biological sex.
One resource, called Transgender Map, advises individuals on which body parts to modify including jaw and chin surgery, hip and thigh augmentation, and vaginoplasty-a bottom surgery done on biological men to create a false vagina. It also links to various doctors across the United States who will perform the mutilative surgeries. There have been risks associated with the vaginoplasty procedure including nerve damage, difficulty in urination, and blood clots that form in the deep veins after surgery.
Another resource includes the Resource Center, which advocates for cross-sex hormone usage, provides a multitude of resources related to gender mutilation, and offers instruction on how to go about 'affirming' a child's gender identity. Texas Scorecard has previously reported that Dallas ISD is partnered with the Resource Center through its Out for Safe Schools program.
The document also highlights medical and health resources, giving students and parents options to facilitate their child's sex change.
Another resource provided is the GENECIS Clinic at Children's Medical Center in Dallas. According to Dallas ISD, the clinic "provides comprehensive, gender-affirming care to transgender and gender-diverse youth in a supportive and safe environment. Treatments and services include hormone therapy, puberty suppression, menstruation suppression, social work support, and mental health services. They do not perform gender affirming surgery."
The clinic was shut down after Senate Bill 14 by State Sen. Donna Campbell (R-New Braunfels) went into effect on September 1 and banned puberty-blocking drugs and sterilizing surgeries for children under 18.