Puberty blocker firm funded Liberal Democrats

Dec 12, 2019 by

by Carys Moseley, Christian Concern:

Last weekend The Times reported that the Liberal Democrats had received a donation of £100,000 on 22 November this year towards its general election campaign by Ferring Pharmaceuticals. The firm produces puberty blocking drugs for teenage girls who want to be boys. Ferring produces Triptorelin, which is used as Gonapeptyl to halt the development of puberty in girls. It is also used to treat prostate cancer in men. As Ferring is a private company based in Switzerland, it is not possible to discover what proportion of its income is derived from the use of Gonapeptyl as a puberty blocker.

This outrageous revelation was made by a feminist researcher who tweets under the name of Jean Hatchet, and first appeared as a series of screenshots of her tweets on Unity News Network. She had dug into the Electoral Commission’s website records on donations to the Liberal Democrats. Later she also revealed that Ferring had donated over £1.4 million to the Liberal Democrats since December 2013. This raises important questions about the Coalition government as will become evident.

Puberty blockers for girls under 9 and boys under 10

The Times reported a Liberal Democrat spokesman as saying this about Ferring:

“Ferring is a long-standing supporter of the Liberal Democrats. Party policy is determined by members via working groups and at party conference.”

Ferring itself refused to comment on the revelations. This really is an absolute disgrace given what is known about Gonapeptyl. The Patient Leaflet says this about giving it to children:

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