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I watched an interview with a psychologist that discussed the puberty blockers and it makes sense. As you said, it gives the individual time to become fully aware of their gender identity before a permanent physical change is initiated.
Children are able to have cosmetic surgery before 18 depending on the parent and doctors decision . Maybe the individual, case by case approach would be better.
I assume those under age 18 have to get their parents permission. No 16 year old could arrange such a surgery behind their parent's back.
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Maybe that's a good idea, but what about letting a boy dress as a girl and vice versa before that age?