@nytimes
The New York Times
6 days ago
An Alabama judge late Friday blocked part of a law that prevents doctors from prescribing puberty blockers and hormone therapies to transgender children, making it a felony offense that is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
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@Laurak0214
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6 days ago
@nytimes Why are people dictating what a person can and can not do with their body? We aren't puppets
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@selfmadekye
“813Ü5”
6 days ago
@nytimes It’s 2022 why are we still going through these things? It’s appalling.
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@Fioralx_xoxo
Fioraaa
6 days ago
@nytimes I partly can understand why they made the law, I mean, they're still CHILDREN, and it helps them from regretting the irreversible changes that come from taking hormones injection.
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@ArthurP41275988
ArthurPendragon
6 days ago
@Fioralx_xoxo @nytimes Good thing there's a process involving doctors, kids and parents. It's not as easy as getting a gun is in AL.
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@seabay04
ROSIE LISA MONDAY MORNING GIRL
6 days ago
@nytimes So a child @ puberty ot is abuse for transition, bit it is not abuse forcing a child to carry a pregnancy to term, possibly killing them!?
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@GlennGalen
Glenn Galen
6 days ago
@nytimes Bad writing, New York Times. Should have said "that made" it a felony. Don't say "making it a felony. That sounds like the judge made it a felony in the ruling.
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