Keira Bell

An assessment of the Keira Bell case

Written by Genspect parent Lynn Chadwick. In an editorial for the Journal of Clinical Nursing dated 09 December 2021, Helyer, Jackson, Hill, and Ion summarize the developments of the UK case brought by Keira Bell and Mrs. A. The court initially ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, resulting in the halting of the use of …

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Canada’s CTV W5 investigates transition, interviews Genspect advisor Sinead Watson

Reflections on the investigation are written by PVGenspect360, who is a Canadian Genspect parent.  On October 24, 2021, CTV’s W5 aired an investigation into the exponential increase in gender-questioning youth seeking treatment and whether there are enough safeguards in place for those wishing to transition. I commend CTV, W5, and their team in producing and …

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Keira Bell ruling: Who gets the hot potato next?

At first glance, the ruling of the High Court in the Keira Bell case seems simple: the decision of the lower court was reversed. However, it is actually a highly nuanced and technical ruling, in which one sentence in particular packs a lot of punch: Clinicians would be alive to the possibility of regulatory or …

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Claire Graham and Stella O’Malley, both of Genspect, featured in Medscape

Medscape interviewed both Claire Graham and Stella O’Malley of Genspect for its story on the Tavistock’s appeal to the Keira Bella ruling, “Treat youth with gender dysphoria as individuals.” Some noteworthy excerpts: “We need to learn from the mistakes made with people like Keira Bell. Clinicians need to realize that fast-tracking counseling doesn’t work, especially …

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Keira Bell: “What makes me a man?”

Keira Bell is a young British woman, a detransitioner, a court claimant, and a canary in the coalmine for a generation of gender-questioning kids.  In her own words: “I was an unhappy girl who needed help. Instead, I was treated like an experiment.” Keira Bell grew up as a self-described tomboy in a broken English …

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