States nationwide are encouraging transition surgeries in children, with some saying that unsupportive parents are abusing their children. However, other states are paving the way to prove that it’s not okay to sexualize children. [tweet_embed]November 07, 2022[/tweet_embed] The Blaze says, “After a contentious vote on Friday, the Florida Board of Medicine and Florida Board of Osteopathic Medicine adopted rules that will prohibit doctors from prescribing certain medicines or performing certain surgeries on minors who believe that they are transgender. Florida Surgeon General Joseph Lapado had pushed the rules. They were publicly supported by Governor Ron DeSantis (R), who took issue with some in the medical community last week during a gubernatorial debate.” [tweet_embed]November 07, 2022[/tweet_embed] The board meeting made headlines for a few reasons. According to The Blaze, “The board meetings were held at a Holiday Inn in Lake Buena Vista. The board meetings were a different scene for state medical board meetings, as a sometimes “raucous” crowd attended them. The crowd featured several attendees who had to be removed for disrupting the proceedings with protests and attempts to shout down doctors who testified at the meeting.” The results continue to make headlines. The Blaze says, “The two medical boards split on whether to permit an exception for minors who want to receive treatments as part of recognized clinical studies on the long-term effects of these treatments. The Board of Osteopathic Medicine voted to approve such an exception, even though no such studies are ongoing in Florida. The Board of Medicine’s proposed rule initially contained such an exception, but it was removed prior to the final vote. This leaves the outcome of such potential studies in legal limbo in Florida.” However, minors already receiving treatments in Florida can continue to receive them. This announcement comes as other states attempt to take custody of children to give them transgender surgery, and transgender ideology continues to run rampant in the public school sector.