Trans activist boasts about illegally supplying cross-sex hormones to children

Trans activist boasts about illegally supplying cross-sex hormones to children

Trans activist Eli Erlick has openly boasted about supplying hormone blockers to minors describing himself as a 'proud criminal in Mississippi' for 'aiding and abetting' what he's called 'lifesaving medicine for trans youth.'

Some 100 bills have been proposed across 27 states aimed at stopping children from accessing hormone blocking drugs and other types of 'gender-affirming care.'

Erlick said that the illegal drug trafficking operation involving minors is vital and has also encouraged others from the community to do the same.

The trans-identified male activist orders four times the estrogen and testosterone blockers they require to fulfill their role of illegal hormone supplier saying, 'we'll provide care for ourselves.'

'I'm now a proud criminal in Mississippi for 'aiding and abetting' lifesaving medicine for trans youth,' tweeted Erlick Tuesday.

'I realize the risks of posting this but it's more important to encourage others to share lifesaving medications than guarantee one's safety (granted I'm in little danger in NY).'

In a separate post Erlick said: 'I order 4 times more estrogen & testosterone blockers than I actually take. You should, too.'

Adding: 'Several states have now banned trans medicine for minors but we won't let a single young person go without medication. We'll provide care ourselves if youth can't access formal medicine.'

The illegal drug operation appears to have been started in 2021, with the trans-activist in September of that year posting to Instagram about 'redistributing extra hormones to people who can't access/afford them.'

In May last year, Erlick revealed more details about the drug trafficking scheme.

'There are over 20 states trying to criminalize hormone therapy, particularly for trans youth. So, my friends and I had an idea: sending out our extra prescriptions around the country,' Erlick wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post, according to thepostmillennial.

'If you need hormones, I'm working with a distribution network to get you access. Everything is free, no questions asked. We have hundreds of doses of testosterone, estradiol, and spironolactone available right now. All are prescribed by doctors and unused. 

'Each package comes with information on dosage, obtaining bloodwork, etc. I realize this is only a band-aid solution: we need full access to affirmative medical care from professionals immediately. 

'However, missing a single dose of hormones can be devastating (especially for trans teens and those new to hormones)!

'These laws are outrageous and I can't wait for them to be overturned. In the meantime, DM me if you need HRT or if you have overprescribed hormones you'd like to send out.'

Last year, Reduxx revealed that several women had accused Erlick of sexual assault.

One of the alleged victims said she entered an 'emotionally and sexually abusive relationship' with Erlick after volunteering for the Trans Student Educational Resources group, which Erlick co-founded and was executive director of.

In 2016, Danie Yun Diamond, claimed Erlick sexually abused her and attempted to silence her through a smear campaign.

Another woman said that Erlick had a reputation in the San Francisco Bay area's queer community for being 'a rapist and violently sexually abusing women,' according to the outlet - with more accusations posted on substack comments.