Johnson said during a visit to a hospital in Welwyn Garden City, London.He then added, however, that there were “complexities and sensitivities when you move from the area of sexuality to the question of gender”.Johnson also noted that he does not believe that children should be able to make decisions about their gender without parental involvement.“You cannot shame, shock, poison or traumatise someone into becoming straight or cisgender,” Bergdorf wrote on Instagram. “Everybody deserves to live a life where they feel proud of who they are, free to love who they love and safe to express how they feel.”A post shared by Munroe ✨ (@munroebergdorf)She added: “As a community, we need to fight NOW and we need our cisgender allies to fight with us, LOUDLY.
Protect trans youth. Please email your local MP today via the quick & easy link in my bio. It takes literally 2 minutes but can make all the difference.”Other pop culture figures have also spoken out against the ban as it stands.“For the government to admit conversion therapy is cruel and harmful but NOT protect trans people from it has left me totally broken,” screenwriter Juno Dawson tweeted. “I don’t really know what to do anymore.”Author Phillip Pullman also shared his thoughts on social media, noting that there was “no justification, no reason, no excuse” for the lack of a ban on trans conversion therapy, adding that it was “just to appease the transphobes.
Evil”.For the government to admit conversion therapy is cruel and harmful but NOT protect trans people from it has left me totally broken.
I don’t really know what to do anymore.— Juno Dawson (@junodawson) April 1, 2022To ban conversion therapy, so-called, is good.