The thing that always worries me about children transitioning to the opposite sex is the fact that many of them are doing it for reasons that have nothing to do with sexual orientation. And you can never go back if you discover you are wrong. That poor decision that they may well have been pushed into doing so early in life could haunt them for decades to come.
This is especially true when they were very young and their parents considered the transition as a status symbol in the new woke society. And when we find out so long after the surgery, we find that we have condemned them to a lifetime of pain. That is the story I planned on telling you today, but it is better that you hear it from one of the victims of the woke society and let your children hear the warning this teen offers.
These teens, who were convinced they were born in the wrong bodies want you to hear the truth. This is true for children who later regret having allowed parts of their bodies to be cut off or cut out to facilitate the transition because there is no turning back. Girls who receive testosterone treatments have even more problems as they grow hair where girls normally don’t.
17-year-old Chloe Cole told the New York Post:
“I was failed by the system. I can’t stay quiet… I need to do something about this and to share my own cautionary tale.”
“Because all the therapists and specialists followed the affirmative care model, there wasn’t a lot of gatekeeping throughout the whole transition process. The professionals all seemed to push medical transition, so I thought it was the only path for me to be happy.”
Cole claimed feelings of isolation after using Instagram and exposure to LGBTQ content ignited her body dysmorphia.
.“I started being exposed to a lot of LGBT content and activism,” she said. “I saw how trans people online got an overwhelming amount of support, and the amount of praise they were getting really spoke to me because, at the time, I didn’t really have a lot of friends of my own.”
At 16, Cole began regretting her decision.
The testosterone morphed her to become hairier, her face and body became permanently more manlike, with broad shoulders and a wider jawline while a permanent scar forever remains across her chest following the mastectomy.
“The recovery was a very graphic process, and it was definitely something I wasn’t prepared for,” she said. “I couldn’t even bear to look at myself sometimes. It would make me nauseous.”
Many other kids tell the same story. It would be better for these kids to wait until they are old enough to make a mature decision before starting any kind of transitioning process. It is much better than an entire life of regret and health problems they have to face.