Child sex change whistleblower tells Dr. Phil 'doctors are acting like God'

"Doctors are acting like they're God when it comes to medically transitioning children."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Jamie Reed, a former pediatric gender clinic employee who blew the whistle on the horrors she had witnessed involving doctors performing sex change procedures on minors, told Dr. Phil that many minor patients regretted their decision and begged to have their surgeries reversed, which could not be done.

Reed, who is a queer progressive and married to a transgender woman, claimed that doctors are lying to parents about the harmful impact sex change surgeries have on minors.

She detailed the atrocities that she had witnessed while working at the clinic and explained that she could no longer remain silent on the "medical harm" and "trauma" she saw minors experiencing after undergoing these irreversible treatments.

According to Reed, who worked as a caseworker at the Transgender Center at St. Louis Children's Hospital, doctors would begin transitioning minors after just two visits and a couple of hours at the clinic, saying "Doctors are acting like they're God when it comes to medically transitioning children."

Reed told Dr. Phil that patients would contact the clinic and beg to have body parts put back on within months of having the surgeries. She said she witnessed minors arriving at the clinic and then being rushed to the emergency room with major lacerations requiring stitches.

However, when she questioned the protocols and guidelines for transiting minors, Reed claimed that the clinic's policy is that if a child says they are transgender, then they are transgender and there is "no questioning it."

Additionally, Reed explained that she saw a dramatic increase in teenage girls who had no prior history of gender dysphoria come to the clinic and requesting hormone treatments.

"When I started I maybe would have 5 to 10 new incoming patients a month. By the time I left, it was close to 50 every single month...Towards the end of my tenure, 73 percent of the new patients coming to us were girls who were in their teen years, so in that really vulnerable age of like 13 to 16 where they are just exposed to so many social pressures," said Reed.

"We had clusters where it would be a handful of one whole high school classroom would come in all trans-identified," she explained. "This was never something that would start in adolescence. These girls were also learning on TikTok and Instagram, they would come in and they would almost have the exact same storyline too. Like they learned what to say from a video to explain, 'Oh no, really! I've felt this way from early childhood.' But a lot of their parents couldn't remember anything like that."

Reed went on to explain that "if you question this at all, you are immediately called transphobic. You're immediately called homophobic. You're immediately considered a bigot. And it's just not scientific reality."
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