UPDATE: This state just became the 23rd to enact a Help Not Harm law

May 17
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Dear Friends,

We are so excited to share yet another milestone victory with you!

In a massive win for vulnerable children, the South Carolina State House recently concurred with the State Senate and passed H. 4624, the “Help Not Harm” bill.

And today Governor Henry McMasters signed it into law!

H. 4624, which is based on our model Help Not Harm bill, will protect vulnerable South Carolina children struggling with gender dysphoria from the irreversible harm of so-called gender transition procedures. These dangerous, experimental, and irreversible procedures include mastectomies or “top surgery,” as well as puberty blocking drugs and cross sex hormones. 

South Carolina is now the 23rd state to pass a Help Not Harm bill, protecting vulnerable children from these barbaric procedures.

We want to especially congratulate our friends at Palmetto Family Council, who have worked tirelessly on this multi-year effort to pass a Help Not Harm bill and protect children struggling with gender dysphoria.

But ultimately, we want to thank YOU for making this victory, and the many before it, possible. These victories are so very important, but are only possible because of you and the grace of God.

America is in a time of national reckoning with transgender ideology, which is uniquely targeting vulnerable children. YOU and likeminded people across the nation have been essential to our state-by-state effort to turn the tide and take a stand for children struggling with who God made them to be. We pray that you would continue to partner with us on this noble effort to protect the futures of our boys and girls.

For our children,Joseph Kohm
Joseph Kohm
Joseph Kohm III
Director, Public Policy