An anonymous former Planned Parenthood employee said the corporation treats “trans identifying kids” as “cash cows” by injecting them with hormones harmful to their bodies, FaithWire reported.
“Trans identifying kids are cash cows, and they are kept on the hook for the foreseeable future in terms of follow-up appointments, bloodwork, meetings, etc.,” she said.
In an interview with Abigail Shrier, author of Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters, the former employee said she supports Planned Parenthood’s commitment to kill unborn babies but that the transgender agenda abuses children.
Part of the woman’s job included giving testosterone prescriptions to mentally ill teenage girls who thought of themselves as boys.
“Their recent roles in trans activism are abhorrent, and they’re digging their own grave,” she said.
The former employee said Planned Parenthood did not have medical doctors on staff to evaluate children who identified as transgender before they were prescribed the harmful, cross-sex hormones.
The employees giving the hormones have “no prior medical experience,” she said.
Self-identified transgender children who take cross-sex hormones can quickly deteriorate their bones, muscles, minds, and reproductive systems.
She said Planned Parenthood often gave testosterone to teenage girls and estrogen to teenage boys without a parent present.
The children she observed had underlying emotional and mental illnesses, stemming from prior abuse, but instead of treating these issues, Planned Parenthood targeted them for a quick profit.
Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York advertises its payment schedule for “Gender Affirming Hormone Care” in a pamphlet.
“If you do not have insurance or are choosing not to use your insurance, your visit will cost between $80 – $180 if you are an established patient or between $90 – $270 if you are a new patient with PPCWNY,” the pamphlet said. “Please be prepared to pay this amount.”
This amount doesn’t cover the cost of the poisonous “medication.”