Jul 01, 2022
San Diego Pride Sponsored by Childrens Hospital that Profits from Youth Transition
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The San Diego Pride parade was sponsored by the Rady Children’s Hospital, which profits from children’s attempts to change their sex.
Among the sponsors of the San Diego pride parade are the Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego, as well as an array of other institutions in the healthcare industry.
The Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego has a Center for “Gender-Affirming” Care, which offers a number of services such as “comprehensive gender assessment,” “surgical referrals,” “insurance advocacy,” “gender-affirming medical care,” and “gender-affirming vocal therapy,” among others.The hospital also offers hormone replacement therapy and puberty blockers to children.
Beyond just profiting from children’s attempts to change their sex, the children’s hospital also directly encourages the phenomena by promoting books intended for children. The children’s hospital promotes a number of books on their resources page that directly encourage children to attempt to change their sex, including “The Transgender Child,” “The Gender Creative Child,” and “I am Jazz.” The page also includes a graphic that claims that gender is a spectrum and a “range of expression,” also specifically claiming that it is not defined by body parts or chromosomes. “I am Jazz” follows a boy who “knew that she had a girl’s brain in a boy’s body” since he was two.
On the resource list are also a number of organizations that promote the idea that children can change their sex. One such organization, which is linked to on the Rady Children Hospital of San Diego’s website, is the Endocrine Society. The Endocrine Society advocates for “gender diverse youth” to have access to “puberty suppression, hormone therapy, and medically indicated surgery,” and that such medical interventions should be covered by insurance.
Such services can be very costly for patients – and profitable for providers – with puberty blockers costing up to $1,200 a month for injections or $18,000 for an injection. Meanwhile, certain surgeries can range in cost from $10,000 to $30,000, or even $20,000 to $50,000 and beyond, depending on the desired results.
The children’s hospital’s Center for Gender Affirming Care also promoted a number of LGBTQ advocacy groups that endorse child sex change attempts, including GLAAD and GenderSpectrum. The Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego was only one of several healthcare institutions to sponsor the San Diego Pride parade. The children’s hospital was joined by AMN Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente, and UC San Diego Health.
In Nashville, Tennessee, Vanderbilt Health specifically sponsored the children’s portion of the city’s Pride parade, which featured a drag queen story hour. Like the Rady Children’s Hospital, the Vanderbilt Health Associated Network profits from the sex change attempts of children.
Breitbart News contacted the Rady Children’s Hospital, asking what motivated them to become a sponsor, as well as if they offered any support to those that regret attempting to change their sex. The Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego did not respond to a request for comment.
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San Francisco Giants | Logan Webb steals the show in SF Giants win over Pirates
SAN FRANCISCO — On a night the Giants hosted dozens of players sporting World Series rings in a celebration of their 2012 title, it was their pitcher on the mound Saturday who provided the star power.
In one of the best starts of his young career, Logan Webb dazzled for eight shutout innings to beat the Pirates 2-0.
The win was the Giants’ second in a row, clinching at least two of three in this series with Pittsburgh, and their fifth in their past seven games, after dropping five of their previous seven. It also pulled them within 6.5 games of the Padres, who lost at Washington.
Webb was aided by his defense — Joc Pederson’s catch at the left-field wall prevented extra-bases and ended the second inning, and Tommy La Stella started a slick 3-6-3 double play to finish the fourth — but also made a web gem of his own.
The play ended with Webb laying bellydown on the infield dirt, smiling at Pirates second baseman Kevin Newman, whom he barely beat to first base for the final out of the third inning. La Stella, the first baseman, got caught in between going for Newman’s soft dribbler or covering the bag, so Webb did both. After picking up the ball, Webb sprinted to the bag and splayed out, laying his glove on the bag just before Newman.
In Webb’s one jam of the night, after the Pirates loaded the bases with two outs in the eighth, the Oracle Park crowd rose to its feet. It didn’t take long for the 38,049 on hand to explode once Webb fired a changeup past Ben Gamel for the third out of the inning and his ninth strikeout of the night.
Webb was given the chance earlier this season at his first complete-game shutout, after blanking the Phillies for eight innings, but surrendered a game-tying home run in the ninth. This time, the Giants let closer Camilo Doval finish off the ninth for his 17th save.
The start had extra meaning for Webb, who was facing off against former Giants first-round pick Tyler Beede, one of his best friends in baseball and the officiant of his wedding.
It didn’t take long for Beede to remind the Giants why they designated him for assignment once rosters shrunk in May. Beede issued more walks in three innings (three) than Webb did in eight (two). He needed 74 pitches to complete three innings and threw nearly half of them out of the strike zone.Related Articles
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By the time Beede’s night was over, the Giants had scored all the runs they needed.
For the second straight night, the offensive contributions came from a player in need of a big game.
After Mike Yastrzemski heated up with a homer and three RBIs to lead the way in Friday’s win, it was LaMonte Wade Jr. who did most of the damage Saturday night.
Wade led off the first inning with a double and traded places with Joc Pederson to score San Francisco’s first run, then manufactured the second all by himself with a solo shot in his next at-bat that cleared the arcade in right field.