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Public University in Oregon Uses Robot to Chop Off Penises of Gender-Confused Boys

One of the surgeons indicated the machine may be used on “puberty suppressed adolescents.”

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PORTLAND, OREGON — The LGBTQ-promoting white coats who mutilate children have begun using machines to help streamline their procedures.

Oregon Health & Science University’s (OHSU) gender surgery program has pioneered the use of a vaginoplasty robot, City Journal reported on Thursday.

The machine “helps efficiently castrate male patients and turn their flesh into a ‘neo-vagina.’”

“The technique for the robot-assisted vaginoplasty is gruesome,” journalist Chris Rufo wrote. “According to a handbook published by OHSU, surgeons first cut off the head of the penis and remove the testicles. Then they turn the penile-scrotal skin inside out and, together with abdomen cavity tissue, fashion it into a crude, artificial vagina.”

“The robotic arms are put through small incisions around your belly button and the side of your belly,” the graphically illustrated handbook states. “They are used to create the space for your vaginal canal between your bladder and your rectum.”

The university did not respond to the report.


Rufo tweeted a video in which OHSU surgeon Blair Peters describes using a robot to castrate “puberty suppressed adolescent” boys and reconstruct the tissue from their penises into an artificial vagina.

Peters leads OHSU’s gender surgery program.

“You don’t have enough tissue to line the [artificial] vaginal canal, you either have to take a skin graft or take skin from elsewhere or use artificial products,” Peters said. “The way that we’re dealing with it is by using a robot and we’re basically performing intraabdominal components of the surgery.”

“As a specialty, those of us who do a fairly high volume of genital gender-affirming surgery, we’ve maybe done a couple, a handful of puberty suppressed adolescents as a field and no one’s published on it yet,” Peters says in the video.

Clinical studies may not be far off, it seems. Five days before Rufo’s report came out, Peters tweeted: “Got the data on our study on nerve fibers of the dorsal nerve of the penis. Super interesting. @MariaUloko and I have some 🔥 stuff in the works.”

Peters admitted he and his team are experimenting on their patients.

“We’re just putting our first series together as we’re kind of learning and figuring out what works, but it’s really changing things.”