One of many thought-provoking presentations at MCC Annual Assembly

What is the best way for parents to help a child who is struggling with a pending math exam?
“Telling them that they don’t have to take the test will certainly alleviate their anxiety, but does this really help the child?” stated Dr. Paul W. Hruz, a medical doctor who is associate professor of pediatrics and associate professor of cellular biology and physiology at Washington University in St. Louis.
Dr. Hruz applies this and a host of other helpful analogies to the ethics surrounding the treatment of gender dysphoria.
This condition, in which a person identifies as a gender other than the one corresponding with his or her biological sex, has received a lot of attention in the public-policy arena in the past few years.

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