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Rights From Wrongs


By Jason M. Morgan | March 2024
Jason M. Morgan, a Contributing Editor of the NOR, teaches history, philosophy, and international relations at Reitaku University in Kashiwa, Japan. He is the author, most recently, of Law and Society in Imperial Japan: Suehiro Izutarō and the Search for Equity (Cambria Press, 2020) and, with J. Mark Ramseyer, The Comfort Women Hoax: A Fake Memoir, North Korean Spies, and Hit Squads in the Academic Swamp (Encounter Books, 2023).

A formerly healthy young man by the name of “Kobe” was castrated at age 19, some six years after starting puberty blockers and three years after beginning estrogen treatments.

Another formerly healthy young man, Daniel Black, was similarly mutilated when doctors surgically removed his penis and gave him a “neo-vagina” and breast implants. Black started making plans to have his penis cut off just 30 minutes into a consultation with a doctor concerning his struggles with gender identity when he was 17 years old.

Grace Powell was also 17 when a “gender specialist” told her she could become a man. She started cross-sex-hormone treatment as a high-school senior and had a double mastectomy before going off to college.

A British girl named Jasmine underwent a double mastectomy at age 15. There was nothing wrong with her breasts. Doctors at the now-notorious Tavistock gender clinic had convinced Jasmine that she was “transgender” and no longer needed her breasts.

Chloe Cole had her healthy breasts removed, too, also at age 15, and also under the “care” of transgenderists.

Layla Jane likewise underwent a double mastectomy after she was convinced she was transgender. She was 13 years old.

In recent years, we have heard ad nauseam that “trans rights are human rights.” But choose any sad soul with the misfortune to get mixed up in the gender-identity craze and ask him (or her or them) a few questions and you will quickly discover that “trans rights” enable inhuman wrongs.

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