STATEWIDE -- A bill banning gender affirming care for children has passed the Indiana House, and now heads to the governor's desk.
"If this dangerous bill is signed into law, we will defend the rights of trans youth in court."
So happy for your wife and continued prayer this chapter is over…This is a bill my wife and I have been following closely and praying along with our church would pass overwhelmingly. Which it did. My wife is an RN Pediatric nurse and works for an Indiana based University supported hospital. She is also a devoted Christian. This crap was being forced upon her to administer to children. She refused and even filed religious exemption forms I'm order to not have to do it. She kinda became a leader among her peers and most of them followed suit and refused to administer the treatments forcing the doctors who pushed for this to do it. Which did not make them very happy. However the powers that be were still pushing for it and were going to make it mandatory. She was considering leaving health care entirely because of it. But after this bill passed they canceled the mandatory training and suspended all future treatments indefinitely. It's my understanding that Indiana does not have Pocket veto so even if our RINO governor doesn't sign it it still becomes law by default. God does answer prayers. My wife loves her work and enjoys helping children and new mothers especially. She didn't sign up to mutilate them and destroy their lives. I'm glad she can continue in her field without this hanging over her head
An interview of Abigail Shrier by Jordan Peterson, followed by an Abigail Shrier presentation.
She is a very kind and thoughtful voice on the topic.