Yale Professor Blasted After Saying She Helps Kids As Young As 3 On Their ‘Gender Journey’

A Yale professor has sparked outrage after declaring that she is part of a program that helps children as young as three with their ‘gender journey’.

In a YouTube video which has now been taken down, Christy Olezeski, director and co-founder of the Yale Pediatric Gender Program, explained how she runs a program that helps children from the age of three-years-old. She also said and that her team offered advice on if and when youngsters should seek ‘medical intervention.

In the clip, which was posted on Yale Medicine’s YouTube page, she also bragged that she ‘loves’ what she does.

The Mail Online reports: The video sparked outrage online as she was warned to leave the children alone and others even claimed it was child abuse.

In the footage, Olezeski told how her mission was to ‘provide comprehensive family-centered care for children, adolescents and young adults questioning their assigned gender and/or seeking gender-affirming consultation.’

She says: ‘I am the director of the Yale gender program, which is an interdisciplinary program working with gender-expansive individuals [ages] 3 to 25 and their families.

‘We help individuals who are questioning their gender identity or who identify as transgender or non-binary, and we help them with their gender journey.’

The program website details how transgender surgeries are only available to those aged 18 and older.

There is no information as to how young hormones and puberty blockers may be introduced.

She also states how the program she heads provides guidance on ‘medical intervention’ and when such a process should start.

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