Jesse Singal is also on the case, and if you follow his links to other critiques it starts looking like quite the pile-on. I have five tabs open to read at the moment.

Edited to add: if your taste runs to brutally funny criticism, try JLCederblom's dissection of study author Jack Turban's testimony in the Arkansas case. This is an unbelievably long article and in spite of frequent comedic payoffs I ran out of appetite. A characteristic example:

When Jack says 0.6% and 0.3% “experienced regret” he is simply saying something false. He may be doing this because he doesn’t know better and doesn’t understand the literature, but the alternative, that he is perjuring himself, certainly seems realistic as well.

According to an article from Breitbart (https://archive.ph/SOvD9 – I couldn’t find a mainstream source, and I couldn’t find anything that Jennifer Bilek has written on this), the main author Jack Turban receives funding from Arbor, a puberty blocker manufacturer (which he does disclose in the Conflict of Interest section of the article, along with funding from Pfizer). And his boss also gets significant funding from pharma:

A report by the Daily Caller News Foundation found that Jack Turban, who performed a study claiming that puberty blockers are safe, has received at least $15,000 from Arbor Pharmaceuticals, the manufacturer of Triptudor, which is used off-label as a puberty blocker.

Turban is an incoming assistant professor of child psychiatry at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). Breitbart News previously revealed that Stephen Rosenthal, the co-founder and director of the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Child and Adolescent Gender Center, has taken $16,765 from AbbVie and Endo Pharmaceuticals, who both manufacture drugs that are used off-label as puberty blockers.

In 2018, Rosenthal received the third most money of any doctor in the country in payments related to Supprelin LA, Endo Pharmaceutical’s drug that is used as a puberty blocker. The UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Child and Adolescent Gender Center offers puberty blockers to children. 

The media outlets that ran withTurban’s study sure aren’t doing themselves any favors. They act like it’s a big expose’, but a little research blows this out of the water and makes them look like a bunch of rookies.

You can actually confirm this yourself -- no journalism rags needed -- by going to Open Payments Data and searching for names.

Here is Jack Turban's grant for $15,000 from Arbor.

That’s great sleuthing on your part. Site bookmarked under research folder.

Thanks! Here's another great resource -- CareDash. If a doctor has received any kind of payments or financial incentives, it will appear under their profile, along with a breakdown of how their payments compare to the national average.

For example, here is Jack Turban's profile. Scroll down and you'll see the Payments Received section.