The Philadelphia Trans Wellness conference is the largest in the world, and is now in its 20th year. It was highlighted by the Philadelphia School District last year
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Philadelphia’s School District encouraged its staff to attend the largest free transgender wellness conference in the world, where extremely explicit content was shared in the name of breaking down barriers.

The annual event was held online, organized by the Mazzoni Center, which under the leadership of Sultan Shakir works to improve health and wellbeing among the LGBTQ community in Philadelphia.

The School District, led by Superintendent William Hite, emailed teachers and school staff on their mailing list in July 2021 to invite them to attend, describing it as an opportunity to ‘learn more about the issues facing the trans community.’

Over the course of three days, virtual sessions were held on topics including gender realignment surgery, ‘prosthetics for sex’, adult toys, and consent.

The Philadelphia Trans Wellness conference is the largest in the world, and is now in its 20th year. It was highlighted by the Philadelphia School District last year

The Philadelphia Trans Wellness conference is the largest in the world, and is now in its 20th year. It was highlighted by the Philadelphia School District last year

Sultan Shakir, the head of the Mazzoni Center - which organizes the annual conference

William Hite, the superintendent of Philadelphia Schools District. The district emailed teachers and staff to mention the conference last year

Sultan Shakir (left), head of the Mazzoni Center – which organizes the conferences. Last year’s event was promoted internally by the Philadelphia Schools District, headed by William Hite (right)

Christopher Rufo, a journalist specializing in school districts, wrote in his story for City Journal that attendees included adolescents.

‘There’s no age limit, because I feel like everybody should be able to access certain information,’ said one of the hosts, according to Rufo.

The audience heard from Dr Scott Mosser, the principal at the Gender Confirmation Center in San Francisco, who said that he has performed ‘over two thousand top surgeries,’ which involve removing breasts.

He said there is no age limit for beginning the ‘gender journey,’ and would be prepared to discuss the issues with children as young as ten, provided their parents consented.

‘I do not have a minimum age of any sort in my practice,’ he said.

Another session, entitled ‘Gender-Affirming Masculine and Feminizing Hormones for Adolescents and Adults,’, featured Dane Menkin, divisional director of LGBTQ services at Main Line Health, discussing treatments ranging from puberty-blocking hormones to manual breast-binding for ‘masculinizing’ adolescent girls.

‘I’m a strong proponent that you can bind for as many hours a day as you can tolerate binding,’ he said.

Dr Scott Mosser said he would hold consultations on gender realignment surgery with children as young as 10

Dr Scott Mosser said he would hold consultations on gender realignment surgery with children as young as 10

Mosser outlined his work at the Gender Confirmation Center (GCC) in San Francisco

Mosser outlined his work at the Gender Confirmation Center (GCC) in San Francisco

Several of the presentations were extremely graphic, with detailed discussions of sexual practices and fetishes.

One session saw instructors discuss various ‘kink’ activities, including fetishes about puppies, Mary Poppins, and spanking.

‘I haven’t gotten to explore a lot of my mommy kink. And I think for tonight I’m really wanting to feel cared for, but also get punished a little bit,’ said Jamie Joy, who describes themselves as polyamorous.

The session was led by Lucie Fielding, a self-described ‘white, queer, kinky, polyamorous, visibly able-bodied, Jewish, witchy, non-binary, trans femme’.

One of the sessions was held to discuss fetishes and 'kink'

One of the sessions was held to discuss fetishes and ‘kink’

Now in its 20th year, the conference was originally a one-day event, giving professionals training on how to become ‘a competent health care provider for transgender patients.’

The gathering, which will be held again in July this year, is designed to help transgender, gender-nonconforming, nonbinary and intersex people.

‘It has grown into a three-day conference with free general admission to attendees and a thriving professional track for medical, behavioral health, and legal providers,’ the organizers state.

‘It has grown to provide a safe, affirming, and inclusive space for children in our Kids Camp and Youth Space.’

Neither School District of Philadelphia or the Mazzoni Center have responded yet to DailyMail.com’s request for comment, and it was unclear how many teachers attended, if any, and how young the attendees were.

The School District told City Journal that promoting the event was part of its commitment to ‘creating equitable and inclusive environments.’

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