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You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at or text from anywhere in the country to text with a trained crisis counselor. Read our mental health resource guide for more information. Before undergoing gender confirmation surgery at age 17, Indigo Giles had to get approval from a doctor, a therapist and the hospital where the surgery would be performed to ensure there were no options left besides surgery. They were able to wear the clothes they wanted to, and their confidence in school and with friends ificantly increased.

In fact, no transgender child in Texas would be able to pursue puberty blockers, hormone treatment or surgery for the purpose of gender confirmation. Transgender Texas children, their parents, medical groups and businesses have vocally opposed many of the bills lawmakers are pursuing.

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House Bill would prohibit health care providers and physicians from performing gender confirmation surgery or prescribing, administering or supplying puberty blockers or hormone treatment to anyone under the age of Senate Bill by Sen. Bob HallR-Edgewood, would revoke the medical of health care providers and physicians who perform such procedures or prescribe such drugs or hormones to people younger than While that bill would only affect students in K schools, two similar bills in the House would include colleges and universities in that mandate. SB 29 has been referred to the House Public Education Committee, which is slated to meet Tuesday and hear testimony on identical legislation that was introduced in the lower chamber.

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On Wednesday night, the chair of that committee told the Houston Chronicle that the companion legislation, House Billis likely dead. Harold Dutton, D-Houston, told the Chronicle. Last week, Rep. Bryan SlatonR-Royse City, tried to amend a bill on the House floor that would fund prescription drugs for uninsured Texans so that it would exclude hormone and puberty suppression treatments.

That amendment failed after it was noted that existing bills were addressing such treatments.

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In public testimony this year, transgender Texans and their parents have testified in near unanimous opposition to the bills. Under Senate Billwhich the Senate State Affairs Committee passed Tuesday night, they could be labeled child abusers for allowing their children to receive gender affirming treatment. That bill comes after Jeff Younger attracted the attention of Gov. But experts say social media and social pressure have nothing to do with it.

According to Mooney, children as young as 2 or 3 can develop ideas about gender identity. By 6 or 7, she said, their sense of gender identity is relatively stable.

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Lisa Stanton, a Houston mother, said her daughter Maya began expressing her gender identity as soon as she could talk. Lisa said Maya would speak about a fairy who would use magic to turn her into a girl.

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Maya had no access to social media, Lisa said, and neither of them even had the language to discuss gender dysphoria or being transgender. Lisa said in the future, she may have to use puberty blockers — a medical treatment legislators want to ban, but experts say is completely safe. In an interview with The Texas Tribune, Linnell explained that puberty suppression treatment has been used for decades to prevent children from going through puberty too soon.

Once those children reach an appropriate age, their treatment stops and natural puberty occurs.

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Linnell said the same is true for transgender children, for whom puberty can often exacerbate poor mental health. Hall, the Edgewood Republican, argued during a committee hearing that gender dysphoria would pass after puberty for many children. But both Mooney and Linnell said puberty can increase rates of anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation for transgender children, and delaying treatment until 18 could worsen the existing disprorportionate rate of transgender children who consider suicide.

The week after Texas considered a bill restricting public bathroom access for transgender Texans inthe Trevor Project reported that the amount of transgender children calling or messaging their national suicide hotline dramatically increased. Legislators voiced particular concern over whether these treatments may cause irreversible infertility for young children.

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While hormone treatments may cause infertility in some cases, Linnell said it varies and is always discussed with patients prior to undergoing treatment. Surgery, she said, would rarely or never be used until after puberty, and requires several consultations with doctors and psychologists before being approved.

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According to Mooney, surgery is only recommended when a patient is experiencing so much psychological distress that the only way to resolve it is surgery. While each bill would only delay treatment until age 18, Mooney said medical treatment is often necessary for transgender children just to make it to their 18th birthday. In committee testimony, year-old Charlie Apple said the combination of gender dysphoria and social marginalization made him feel uncomfortable with both his body and his own existence.

Receiving gender confirmation surgery and hormone treatment, he said, has helped him start to change that. Perhaps it goes without saying — but producing quality journalism isn't cheap. At a time when newsroom resources and revenue across the country are declining, The Texas Tribune remains committed to sustaining our mission : creating a more engaged and informed Texas with every story we cover, every event we convene and every newsletter we send. As a nonprofit newsroom, we rely on members to help keep our stories free and our events open to the public.

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