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?–Catholic Missourian
“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.