“The National Observatory of Gender Medicine, established to save women’s health, has made another ideological attempt to erase them. Indeed, gender medicine was created to implement and disseminate new treatment protocols for women, given that men and women, precisely because of their differences, including biological ones, react to diseases and therapies differently and because there are still too many protocols that were standardized on men.
Instead, what does the Observatory in Italy do? It publishes an LGBTQ+ handbook on gender where it asks all health professionals to pretend that those very differences between males and females are clinically non-existent, although it is supposed to promote those same differences. Even more serious is what is reserved for minors: pushing them into the arms of LGBT associations, i.e., ideological organizations that have made this denial a political banner. Perhaps we are to think that the National Institute of Health has missed the scientific evidence on the risks and harms faced by children and youth with gender transition?
Countries that have experimented with these ideological protocols, some of them for years now, are in fact abandoning them because of the many boys and girls who as adults decide to detransition but remain scarred by numerous wounds (physical and psychological), some of them indelible and irreversible, with which their lives will be marked and sometimes ruined forever. The expiring president of ISS Silvio Brusaferro has “bequeathed” a disgraceful ideological handbook that puts women’s and children’s health at risk, as well as imposes ideological behavior on doctors and nurses that is at odds with their vocation. The ISS’s new president-in-progress, Rocco Bellantone, has immediately withdrawn the document,” wrote Maria Rachele Ruiu, board member of Pro Vita & Famiglia, on her blog.