(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Oklahoma decided to stop the mutilation of people under the age of 26 just because some of them were delusional enough to believe that they are “in the wrong body.”
The “Millstone Act” bill specifically states that “a physician or other healthcare professional shall not provide gender transition procedures to any individual under twenty-six (26) years of age,” according to Breitbart.
It also says that any person who calls oneself a physician or other professional in a healthcare field “shall not refer any individual under twenty-six (26) years of age to any healthcare professional for gender transition procedures.”
The bill says that such procedures are both inpatient and outpatient services, as well as the use of prescribed drugs “related to gender transition that seeks to: (1) alter or remove physical or anatomical characteristics or features that are typical for the individual’s biological sex, or (2) instill or create physiological or anatomical characteristics that resemble a sex different from the individual’s biological sex, including but not limited to medical services that provide puberty-blocking drugs, cross-sex hormones or other mechanisms to promote the development of feminizing or masculinizing features in the opposite biological sex, or genital or nongenital gender reassignment surgery performed for the purpose of assisting an individual with a gender transition.”
The bill, however, has some exceptions. People who were born with a “verifiable disorder of sex development” are classified as one of those exceptions, for example.
Any person who sends an individual under the age of 26 to a modern-day butcher or is a butcher oneself will face a felony charge. The license of this person will also be revoked. The state itself will also be prohibited from funding these procedures for individuals under the age of 26.
The Oklahoma bill is one of the attempts of conservative states to protect children from sexual deviants who want to butcher them. Last year, Florida, for example, prohibited Medicaid from covering mutilation procedures following a report requested by the Secretary of the Agency for Health Care Administration [AHCA] that found such treatments “experimental and investigational” and not “safe or effective.”