If I were a malpractice insurer
Gender dysphoria is real but has always been rare. An epidemic of gender dysphoria suggests social contagion to me — or call it “fad” or “hysteria” if you prefer.
Rapid-onset gender dysphoria in adolescents even more strongly suggestions social contagion.
Yet, apparently, the most radical and costly of “affirmative” treatments is being recommended as the standard now. Why are major media uninterested in this peculiar alignment of anomalies?
If I ran a malpractice insurance company, I would exclude coverage of gender-affirmation hormonal and surgical treatments — at least of minors.