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Child: "I'm Natasha, I'm 8 years old, and I'm transgender."
The Arkansas General Assembly Tuesday overrode their governor's veto, making the Natural State, coincidentally, the first in the nation to ban chemical and surgical castration of gender-confused minors.
Republican governor Asa Hutchinson vetoed the "Save Adolescents from Experimentation Act" before being overridden by the legislature.
Gov. Hutchinson: "I go back to William Buckley, I go back to Ronald Reagan, the principles of our party, which believes in a limited role of government."
Although the new law bans puberty blockers, hormone replacement and sex mutilation surgery on children, the Luciferian media is not happy.
NBC News anchor: "Arkansas will be the first state to ban gender-affirming care for transgender minors. Tell us more about this bill and what it could mean for trans kids in the state."
The 20% of those who deeply regret their so-called transition, however, see this as a positive step.
Walt Heyer: "It is the greatest medical fraud in history to suggest and begin carving up somebody's body, and then telling them they've changed genders when in fact they haven't."
Walt Heyer, who attempted a sex change, knows it's impossible to change one's sex.
Heyer: "Nobody can change genders. It's impossible. It's delusional. It's a mental illness."
Heyer realizes every cell in one's body remains either male or female despite the cosmetic changes, and that sex is not assigned at birth but created at conception.
Billy Burleigh was molested by his diving coach when he was in the sixth grade.
Billy Burleigh: "I've been doing this for seven years now. My problems should have gone away by now but they hadn't."
And Rene Jax was cross-dressing as an adolescent, acting out from a turbulent upbringing.
Rene Jax: "I've now been living as a woman for 28 years, and I fully regret this."
Like so many other sexually confused people, Jax is working through psychological challenges.
Jax: "My father was pretty much absent most of my childhood. He was an alcoholic. My mother was mentally ill. The childhood was troubled and so traumatic."
Rather than mental and spiritual counseling, or waiting out temporary feelings that often come and go during childhood and adolescence, today's Left offers castration as a solution, which is often permanent.
Tucker Carlson: "This is chemical castration."
While Arkansas is calling out this latest ideological war on human nature, left-wing politics points to pseudoscience to justify what is objectively child abuse.