I had a look at Online Opinion for the first time in ages (it's a wonder it's still around, I think), and noticed that there was a recent, skeptical take on transgenderism, referring in particular to a news story about an Australian school supporting a transgender teen.
The claims in the article were hotly disputed in comments, and to be honest, I haven't tried to check up on who was right or wrong.
But, it did remind me to check in on the 4thWaveNow blog, which I have posted about before. (It's a non-religiously motivated blog for parents skeptical of the way transgender desire/interest is now handled in children and teens - basically arguing that views have swung way, way too far into promoting early intervention to help transition.)
There is a recent post there that is really good - showing how experts who are completely and utterly on one side of the matter (pro-transition) try to dominate discussion and advice as to how parents should act.
I find the arguments of the people who run this blog very convincing, and a correction back to the centre of how to view this matter is already overdue.