Forestbrook, CF, Conway residents speak against Child Transgender Mutilation

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David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at

Child Transgender Mutilation press event held at Conway Courthouse today.

A group of 25 residents ranging from Carolina Forest, Forestbrook, Conway and across Horry County held a press conference today.

Residents raised concerns about Child Transgender Mutilation amid a growing amount of support for the issue from Horry County politicians associated with the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.

Schuessler ally Mayor Brenda Bethune supports child transgender surgery

Two years ago, Myrtle Beach Mayor spoke out firmly in support of child transgender surgery. State-wide fights between Carla Schuessler, S.C. Republican establishment members, and the Freedom Caucus over whether a January legislative bill should have made the procedure a felony.

Establishment members, including Carla Schuessler, joined S.C. Democrats in stating the surgical procedure should be considered a misdemeanor, and not a felony.

Schuessler’s stance upset voters in her conservative Carolina Forest, Forestbrook, and Conway District 61 precinct.

It was only after a push by nationally known Riley Gaines that the S.C. Republican establishment moved to make the surgery a felony.

Schuessler initially voted with the Democrats. (see above) Y was to table the bill that would make the surgery a felony.

Today, those residents spoke out, asking District 61 voters to vote against child mutilation surgeries, chemical surgeries and against Carla Schuessler.

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