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A “Gender Clinic” that’s part of top-ranked Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon is advising boys on the “safe tucking” of their genitals in order to hide them and make private areas “look smoother and flatter” reducing “any concerns you have about your body.”
The clinic also sells “gender-affirming clothing items as well as sex toys, videos and more.”
“Safe tucking. What is tucking? Tucking is moving the penis, testicles, or both out of the way. This makes the genital area look smoother and flatter. Tucking can reduce any concerns you have about your body, how your clothes fit and how safe you feel in public. People of all genders can tuck. There are several different methods of tucking. The information below helps you tuck in ways that are safe for your body,” the clinic states in one of its resources.
Unbelievably, according to the hospital website, the clinic works in conjunction “with the OHSU [Oregon Health and Science University] Transgender Health Program.” The OHSU logo is displayed prominently on the “safe tucking” handout.
This is truly the death knell of “you do you and I’ll do me” liberalism. There’s no co-existing with evil like this. This ends when they lose. https://t.co/dzSHRjWW9T
— Say Kway, not Quay ⚓️ (@hemingquay) March 16, 2022
“A note on the words we use. This information uses the words ‘penis,’ ‘scrotum,’ and ‘testicles.’ We know you may not use those terms or identify with them. We use them here to refer to body parts that people with tucking needs have, while understanding those words are not for everyone,” the handout warns.
“It is best to tuck for the first time when you are planning to be at home. This keeps you from stressing about having to get it right the first time. It is also easier to learn what your body needs to be comfortable when you tuck. Choose a method that feels comfortable to you,” it continues.
“There are two main ways to tuck: with tape and without. You might find that simply wearing tight underwear smooths things out enough. Or you might want to use tape for as smooth a look as possible,” the handout elaborates.
Instructions on the website caution that “tucking with tape,” although “more secure” since it is “less likely to come undone,” runs “a higher risk of skin irritation.” If you choose to tuck without tape, “The first step is choosing the right underwear. Look for a tightly woven spandex or microfiber blend.”
This is why I laugh when people on either side talk about “healing the divide” or “calming things down”.
I want to be divided from these people. As far as the East is from the West. I want the divide. https://t.co/1JqXjSpdTD
— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) March 16, 2022
Then the site tells boys that “putting your testicles inside your body … is not for everyone.” Following that piece of sage advice, it disgustingly offers instructions on how to do it by pushing the testicles “into the inguinal canals. This can feel strange at first, possibly even uncomfortable. You should not feel faint or nauseated or have extreme pain. If you do, take a break and try again later.”
“Once the testicles are tucked, pull the penis back between your legs. If you find yourself getting aroused, take a break and try again later. An erection will make it impossible to tuck,” the site admonishes.
Suggestions for clothing are proffered in a section called, “Where to buy tucking clothing.” The one-stop transgender promoting site puts forth an “online company that sells gaffs and underwear designed for tucking” as well as “an Etsy shop that offers affordable gaffs and underwear for tucking. They have positive reviews from trans feminine folks.”
Girls are also being advised on how to “bind” their breasts in order to pass for being male.
“Chest binding is wrapping something around your chest to flatten your breasts. You can do this by wearing a tight-fitting piece of clothing called a ‘binder,’ or in other ways. Chest binding can help people of any gender feel more comfortable with the way their chest looks and feels,” the site advises.
The site also promotes puberty blockers, referring to males as “people with testicles” and females as “people with ovaries.”
@OHSUDoernbecher is a hospital and they don’t even know basic biology. They are supposed to care for children but instead push the idea of puberty blockers for minors.
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) March 16, 2022
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