41%
Yes
59%
No
21%
Yes
54%
No
10%
Yes, but only for non-surgical treatments such as puberty blockers and hormone therapy
4%
No, children should not be allowed to make irreversible life decisions
5%
Yes, but only if they are at least 16 years old
1%
No, and ban all gender transitioning treatments
3%
Yes, but with parental permission
1%
Yes, as long as treatment is not subsidized by the government

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 @938TDTFanswered…2yrs2Y

I want my friends to not commit sewer slide (say that out loud, makes more sense) thanks :)

 @9G6YBQCanswered…6mos6MO

No, if in the future the tiny minority of cases where it would truly be the best option could be isolated it might be okay. In the current era this equates to child abuse.

 @9G6Y559answered…6mos6MO

Somewhat but they should have a thorough psych examination in addition to avoiding non-surgical treatments until they're an adult.

 @9G28WQ9answered…7mos7MO

To be honest I am unsure. I do not belong to this group and don't feel I can make comment nor judgement

 @9FWVPBSanswered…7mos7MO

We should work towards an inclusive society which accommodates diversity so that children can grow up and into their selves quite naturally and without need to make decisions until (and whenever) those decisions are personally obvious, rather than publicly contentious.. In the curremt situation, I would barrack for children and their families to have access to skilled counselling to arrive at clarity about gender and then course of action.

 @9FP4GW2answered…7mos7MO

They should see a psychologist for a long period of time to be accepted into the treatment

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