Canadian minors get testosterone after 10-min appointment in Quebec: report

"Is it normal for a 14-year-old girl to get a testosterone prescription within minutes?"


On Thursday, Radio-Canada revealed its investigation into the Quebec health system showed that a 14-year-old female would be able to get a prescription for testosterone in ten minutes.

The French news outlet posted the video on its website with the caption, "More and more teenage girls are choosing to change their gender around the world."

"In Quebec, the health system responds very quickly to their requests for medical transition by prescribing blockers, testosterone, and mastectomies." It continued. "These young girls often present with several mental health problems and many wonder if we give ourselves the time to evaluate everything that is going on in their heads.”

"Is it normal for a 14-year-old girl to get a testosterone prescription within minutes? And what happens when they change their minds?" the outlet questioned.

In a post on X, Quillette editor Jonathan Kay said the video is "what real reporting looks like." He noted, "Investigative team sends a 14-year-old actress to a Quebec clinic. She claimed she was trans & got a testosterone prescription in 10 minutes."

Kay noted that Canada Radio "is the French arm of CBC. English CBC wouldn’t dare run this."

Recently, the Canadian government revealed that it had been spying on parents who opposed sex changes on minors, suggesting they pose a "violent threat" to the country. "Trans and drag communities in Canada have been the target of several online threats and real-world intimidation tactics in recent months," the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and Integrated Terrorism Assessment Centre claimed in a document obtained by the CBC.

The agency claimed that "Anti-2SLGBTQl+ narratives remain a common theme in violent rhetoric espoused by white nationalists, neo-Nazis, the Freedom Movement, and networks such as Diagolon and QAnon."

Last year, hundreds of demonstrators marched through the streets of Canadian cities in support of parental rights. Chants of "leave our kids alone," and "let boys be boys, let girls be girls!" were commonly heard at the events.

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