There are two sides to the debate over transgender ideology and critical gender theory as regards children. The primary narrative that we hear from nearly all cultural outlets — from films and television shows to news stories and children’s books — is that there is only one correct treatment for a gender dysphoric child. But there is another side that is emerging, a narrative voiced by people who underwent gender transition as teens who find, upon reaching adulthood, that their dysphoria was not solved by exacerbated by medical gender transition. The new documentary “Trans Mission: What’s the Rush to Reassign Gender?” digs into this divide. Produced by The Center for Bioethics and Culture, “Trans Mission” tries to understand the industry that has emerged around the concept of gender identity and medical gender transition of minors. Why hasn’t the medical community considered that medical treatment intended to change a child’s reproductive system may not be care, but is instead a form of harm?