On Friday, a video was posted to Twitter in which a Navy Nurse Practitioner addressed Navy personnel in Bahrain about medical policy regarding their children when a concerned father spoke up.
The Navy spokesperson explained the Navy medical policy regarding children and said, “This generation is definitely more open with experiencing and experimenting and so I ask those tough questions. Do you identify as a male, female, non-binary? If you have a crush on someone is it a male or a female? Do you have a significant other and yes, I’m asking them if they are having sex.” The medical spokesperson continued, “It is Navy DHA (Deployment Health Assessment), at 12-years-old, parents cannot look at their children’s medical records online. At 15 or 16 years old, there are 4 things [for which] a child can come into a clinic by scheduling their own appointment and we don’t have to […]
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