UPDATE: We are excited to report that HB 1399 was voted favorably out of committee on April 15 and continues its momentum toward the House floor for final approval. Please continue to take action below!
At least 15 state legislatures are already considering bills to protect vulnerable children from gender modification procedures and treatments. In Texas, HB 1399 by Representative Matt Krause seeks to protect children from the often-irreversible effects of these harmful procedures.
HB 1399 will be heard in the House Public Health Committee on Wednesday, April 14, 2021. Please immediately contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or able to attend the hearing to testify.
As the LGBTQ movement has increasingly sought to indoctrinate children through radical sex education, efforts to interfere with the development of children has also increased. This is accomplished by having healthy body parts removed from children and providing them with irreversible puberty-blocking drugs in an attempt to affirm a “gender identity” that rejects bodily reality. This is profoundly unethical.
Minors are prohibited from purchasing paint, cigarettes, alcohol, or even getting a tattoo. Minors possess underdeveloped mental capabilities to make certain decisions on their own. We cannot allow minors to make life-altering decisions on body mutilating procedures and irreversible hormonal treatments. They need to be protected from the dangerous and permanent consequences of their confusion.
Act today and tell your Texas State Representative to support and coauthor HB 1399, by Rep. Matt Krause!
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