Hospital’s Trans Guidance for Children – “How to Tuck Your Genitals”, “How to Bind Your Chest”

In a week when a hormone-deprived young man won a women’s national swim meet we find ourselves reeling at the speed at which creepy adults are moving along their agenda to destroy families and groom children by manipulating their body confidence and preying on their uncertainty – all in the name of “caring for children”.

The Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon is indoctrinating confused children and, as with the “Don’t Say Gay‘ situation in Florida where perverts and far-left extremists want to teach children as young as three about sex, you have to ask why is this so important? Is this child-grooming with the added perk of offending all the world’s major religions? Sadly, the poor child victims are often left confused and mentally ill. There is a good piece here on the topic of its non-science.

Doernbecher now provides an instructional guide to boys on how to tuck their genitals. The hospital – which bills itself as “Oregon’s top ranked children’s hospital” – states, “Tucking can reduce any concerns you have about your body, how your clothes fit and how safe you feel in public.” A “Gender Clinic” that’s part of the hospital is advising boys on the “safe tucking” of their genitals in order to hide them and make private areas “look smoother and flatter” reducing “any concerns you have about your body.” Another section is headed:”Putting your testicles inside your body” and contains explicit instructions.

The guidance from the “Gender Clinic” of the children’s hospital states, “Tucking is moving the penis, testicles, or both out of the way. This makes the genital area look smoother and flatter.” The instructions even warn against the possibility of tucking making the kids “aroused,” explaining, “Once the testicles are tucked, pull the penis back between your legs. If you find yourself getting aroused, take a break and try again later. An erection will make it impossible to tuck.”

Despite the guidance being directed to males with male genitalia, the hospital asserts, “People of all genders can tuck.” (???) The Blaze

The clinic also sells “gender-affirming clothing items as well as sex toys, videos and more” through an Etsy site and a Portland sex shop.

Chest binding

You might want to push your breasts towards your armpits instead of letting the binder push them flat. Some people recommend pushing “down and out,” and others prefer “up and out.” Try different things to see what looks and feels best to you.