MISSISSIPPI – TAKE ACTION: Tell Gov. Reeves to Protect Children from Transgender Drugs & Surgeries
We have an urgent request for your help.
We need your help protecting Mississippi’s next generations from woke ideology. This week, the Mississippi Senate passed House Bill 1125, the Regulate Experimental Adolescent Procedures (REAP) Act.
The bill is now headed to Governor Tate Reeves’ desk and we need you to encourage him to sign it!
This important bill protects vulnerable children from gender transition surgery and procedures while holding doctors accountable.
The REAP Act, based almost entirely on our model Help Not Harm Bill, would prevent healthcare practitioners from performing dangerous, irreversible gender transition surgeries on children, including mastectomies or “top surgery.”
It would also prohibit treating children with hormone therapy and other nonsurgical gender transition procedures that cause irreversible effects like infertility and body changes. Finally, it holds doctors accountable by providing a way to sue doctors that perform these procedures on children.
Our kids deserve to be kept safe from predatory medical procedures. We need your help to protect them by encouraging Gov. Reeves to keep his promise and sign the REAP Act!
Please send a message to Gov. Reeves telling him to sign H.B. 1125, the REAP Act.
It only takes a minute using the form below. By doing so, you will help ensure Mississippi law helps, not harms, our kids.