50%
Yes
50%
No
31%
Yes
44%
No
10%
Yes, but only for non-surgical treatments such as puberty blockers and hormone therapy
5%
No, children should not be allowed to make irreversible life decisions
6%
Yes, but only if they are at least 16 years old
2%
No, and ban all gender transitioning treatments
3%
Yes, but with parental permission
0%
Yes, as long as treatment is not subsidized by the government

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 @99KDR5Hanswered…1yr1Y

i think it's important to have a real and open discussion about this with those who you trust to have your best interests at heart. it's important to have an understanding of the risks associated with a life changing procedure, or taking medication. I am very supportive of any decision that is going to impact someones life in a positive way, and I believe that every single person has the right to express their individuality in whatever way work for them.

 @9JPP866answered…2mos2MO

A person’s brain is not fully developed until they are 25 so i believe they shouldn’t be allowed until 18. Additionally i think that it does have some negative effects on a person. I don’t know enough on this topic to make an educated answer.

 @9LFLCZManswered…1wk1W

Yes, but only after undergoing an extensive psychological evaluation and with parental permission. After they turn 18, they should be allowed to do whatever they want.

 @9HPWKC7answered…4mos4MO

Yes, but not before several psychological and psychiatric review sessions, and nothing life-altering before 16 unless it is puberty blockers.

 @9GK5Q43answered…6mos6MO

Yes, only for non-surgical treatments. Puberty blockers are fine if given parental consent, hormone replacement therapy should not be given until age 16 with parental consent.

 @9J46KB2answered…3mos3MO

Depends on the treatment (they should be safe and non-surgical). The individual in question should a mid-to-late teenager because of this.

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