Well, you actually cannot change somebody's sex. That's a scientific false, you can't change. I mean, you can't change their sex as your DNA is what your DNA is, correct. You can change their secondary sexual characteristics. So, some of their appearance is resembling. Right, but that's not changing your sex. Yeah, that's not changing your sex. Right. Now, a new Gallup poll is very interesting. It shows that there has been a fairly significant generational shift when it comes to identifying as LGBTQ. Now Generation Z, apparently 15.9 percent identify as LGBT among millennials, it's 9.1 percent Generation X, 3.8 percent. Senator, is this a - I was just - I believe this is a natural shift or are external factors including social media, the Internet, and so forth, having an effect here?
We know the story of Keira Bell from England is an interesting one. She was 14, she was confused. And she read online about transsexualism. She thought, well, maybe this is what I am. She went to a clinic and they encouraged her that that's what she was. I don't know that anybody discouraged her from that. They encouraged her from that. She had a chemical transformation. And then she had a double mastectomy. And she's now 23. She fears she is infertile. She is very unhappy. And she feels as if she was misled, and sort of by social pressure made to think this was the right answer for her, and she is very unhappy. And in England, they've actually changed it now. They're actually requiring more parental consent than they used to. Whereas in our country, we are going the opposite way. So, I think it's an important question. And the media leaks the left-wing, media completely missed the question here. The questions about a minor and a consent. Look, I am a physician, I worked in emergency rooms. We couldn't do anything unless you were resuscitating and saving the life of John. We did nothing without the parents' consent.
其实你不能改变别人的性别。这是科学上的错误，你不能改变 。我是说，你不能改变他们的性别，因为你的DNA就是你的DNA，对吧 。你可以改变他们的第二性征 。所以，一些外表很相似 。对，但这并不能改变你的性别 。是的，那不会改变你的性别 。嗯 。现在，有一项新的盖洛普民意调查结果非常有趣 。这表明，在确认是否为LGBTQ的问题上，代际间发生了相当显著的转变 。在Z一代中，有15.9%的人认为自己是LGBT，千禧一代是9.1%，X一代是3.8% 。参议员，这是一个自然的转变，还是社交媒体和互联网等外部因素产生了影响？