WATCH: Antifa Protests Outside Boston Children’s Hospital

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Antifa protests in front of Boston’s Children’s Hospital against “Canadian anti-trans and queerphobe Billboard Chris’s ‘tour of stochastic terror’” September 18, 2022. (Photo: Yaakov Strasberg/American Pigeon)

September 18, 2022

Antifa protested in front of Boston’s Children’s Hospital this Sunday, September 18. The protest on Longwood Avenue between Bonney Street and Blackfan Street was against “Canadian anti-trans and queerphobe Billboard Chris’s ‘tour of stochastic terror,’” according to a flier released on social media.

The flier reads, “No more safe spaces for transphobes! Join your local anti-fascists at Boston Children’s Hospital on September 18 at 9 AM.” It calls the protest a “Call to Action by the Trans and Queer Defense Contingent.”

Billboard Chris is an activist against gender ideology, calling the woke indoctrination child abuse. As his website explains, children cannot give informed consent to life-altering puberty blockers.

“Puberty blockers are the first step in a medical pathway that brings physical harm to children. We are lied to about the effects of these drugs, and the cross-sex hormones which almost always follow.

As the High Court in England laid out, children cannot give informed consent to these harmful, life-altering drugs.

Our politicians refuse to listen, and our media refuse to report, so I’m having conversations across North America, one person at a time.”

Boston Children’s Hospital recently came under scrutiny after LibsOfTikTok revealed that the hospital was offering gender-affirming hysterectomies for young girls. Left-wing activists once again called for the account to be banned from Twitter for “stoking anti-trans outrage.”

(READ MORE: Twitter Locks ‘LibsOfTikTok’ Account for ‘Hateful Conduct’)

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