California teen sues doctors over breast-removal surgery at 13 in Kaiser Permanente's 2nd lawsuit
A California teenager has started to sue the doctors who at age 13 cut off her breasts in a medical gender change she now bitterly regrets, in America’s latest blockbuster trans lawsuit.
The 18-year-old, who is referred to as Layla Jane, says she should never have been put through the ‘torment’ of testosterone hormones at age 12 and puberty blockers and surgery the next year.
‘I don’t think I should have been allowed to change my sex before I could legally consent to have sex,’ Layla said on Fox News.
‘I don’t think I’m better off for the experience, and I think transition just completely added fuel to the fire that was my pre-existing conditions.’
According to legal papers, Layla experienced moodiness, anxiety, gender confusion and anger issues as a child. At age 11 learned about radical transgender ideology and went online to learn more about the new trend.
She self-diagnosed that she was a boy and believed transitioning would solve her mental health problems.
According to the suit, doctors at the Permanente Medical Group and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals rushed her on to cross-sex hormones and a double mastectomy without properly assessing her mental health problems.
Her evaluations lasted only 30 minutes and 75 minutes, records show.
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