The Biden Administration’s Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough said the federal government is working to help veterans undergoing surgery to change their biological sex. This is in stark contrast to the policy of the Trump Administration when men and women in the US military were segregated according to their biological sex and transgender people were barred from military service.
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Mr. McDonough said the policy was necessary because veterans with gender issues were at higher risk of mental illness and suicidal thoughts, but they did not always seek treatment.
Mr. McDonough said: “We are making these changes not only because they are the right thing to do, but because they can save lives.”
According to the AP news agency, Mr. McDonough said the policy would allow “transgender veterans go through the full gender verification process with the support of the Department of Veterans Affairs.”
Mr. McDonough said the decision was based on “recommended by our clinicians, it is therefore a medical care decision that has a very real impact on physical health as well as a significant impact on mental health.”
According to estimates by the National Center for Transgender Equality, there are currently more than 134,000 transgender veterans and more than 15,000 transgender people serving in the U.S. military.
He McDonough Explains Why U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs “determination” policy implementation “improvement” This is for the LGBTQ+ community (the community of people who gay, transgender, bisexual …) has not received respect and attention since “too long”.
According to Department statistics, the United States currently has about 19 million veterans and the rate of transgender veterans is 0.7%, equivalent to 1 in 153 veterans transgender.
Contrary to the policy of the Biden administration, as early as 2017, former President Trump tweeted about the issue of banning transgender people from serving in the military: “Our military must focus on decisive and overwhelming victories and cannot be burdened with the enormous medical costs and disruptions that transgender in the military will entail.”
Lower courts have tried to overturn the Trump administration’s decision to ban transgender people from enlisting in the military, but the US Supreme Court on January 22, 2019 ruled allowing the Trump administration to enforce it. national policy restricting transgender people from serving in the military.
Meanwhile, on January 25, 2021, incumbent President Joe Biden signed an executive order rescinding the Trump administration’s order banning transgender people from serving in the US military.
Many studies show that the rates of drug use, suicide, and AIDS are higher among homosexuals than in the general population. , even in the first countries to legalize same-sex marriage (like Denmark) . The rate of syphilis and AIDS among gay men is 38-109 times higher than that of the general population . In the 1990s, before there were breakthroughs in the cure for AIDS, the average life expectancy of homosexuals was even lower than the average human life by 8-20 years. .
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