Could this be the beginning of the end?

Could this be the beginning of the end?

Could this be the beginning of the end?

A researcher and advocate for families hopes England's decision to stop giving puberty blocking drugs to kids who think they may be the wrong gender is one that will catch on.

The National Health Service (NHS), the second largest single-payer healthcare system in the world, recently announced that it needs to study the effects of giving massive doses of hormones to perfectly healthy children.

"We have concluded that there is not enough evidence to support the safety or clinical effectiveness of puberty suppressing hormones," the NHS said in a statement. It hopes to have a study in hand by December.

Dr. Jennifer Bauwens of the Family Research Council's (FRC) Center for Family Studies, calls it a good start.

Bauwens, Dr. Jennifer (FRC) Bauwens

"We wish that that would be a full ban by no research," she told Washington Watch last week, "but this is a huge step towards seeing these terrible practices no longer be available."

Bauwens says some leaked files from the World Professional Association of Transgender Health show the shocking harm so-called "gender affirming care" has on young people.

"We're talking about cardiovascular issues, cancers, low bone density, hot flashes, infertility," Dr. Bauwens listed. "These kids are encouraged to dissociate from the very essence of who they've been created to be, and that has enormous and immense implications."

She says this could be the beginning of the end for the woke and politically motivated experimentation on children.

"It is a huge admission of the fact that they also know that this is pseudo science, that the whole scientific process has nothing to do with evidence," Bauwens said.

When the NHS study is analyzed, she hopes England will come to the same conclusion.