Two Transgender Doctors Believe the Risks of Puberty Blockers Far Outweigh the Benefits and Highly Recommend Against Them

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Dr. Marci Bowers and clinical psychologist Erica Anderson recently did an interview with Wall Street Journal contributor Abigail Shrier where they talked about their hesitancy to recommend and push puberty blockers on children. Both doctors are a part of WPATH (World Professional Association for Transgender Health) and they state that within this organization there are people who try to keep out anyone that doesn’t go along with “the party line that everything should be affirming and that there’s no room for dissent.”