Ash Lammin, 12, to take hormone blockers | News – The Times

Posted: December 11, 2019 at 4:50 am

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A 12-year-old who identifies as a girl is about to become one of the youngest children in Britain to take hormone blockers in her bid to change gender.

Ash Lammin, who was born a boy, changed her name from Ashton by deed poll aged eight. Her mother Terri, 43, who has seven other children, said: Although she was born male, from the moment she could speak Ash insisted she was a girl.

Ash, from Ramsgate, Kent, is about to start the transition from male to female at an NHS-run clinic by taking beta blockers that stop puberty.

She will decide whether she wants gender reassignment surgery when she is 18. If not she will come off the blockers and go through puberty a few years

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