'I wish I could go back': Girl posts heart-wrenching trans testimony

A victim of contemporary society’s transgender agenda – which promotes the concept that individuals can change from boy to girl, or girl to boy – has posted online a heart-wrenching testimony.

Against the socially and politically correct movement.

“Today is 5 years since my double mastectomy,” she writes. “I didn’t think it would hit me this hard but it’s really tough to deal with. My scars are so large and I want to crawl out of my skin.”

She is outraged at a system that encouraged her to make life-altering decisions “and lied to her so she would adopt the depraved lifestyle of delusion,” according to a report at Big League Politics.

“I can’t believe I was allowed as a child to have this procedure. No one could have prepared me for the reality of it. I was promised sunshine and rainbows. Happiness. All my sadness and gender dysphoria would go away. Of course a kid who as miserable would take that immediately.”

The report said, “A mutilated girl’s lament is going viral as she regrets her gender transition and is questioning a system that allowed her to make such a ghastly and gruesome mistake. … She will live the rest of her days in regret after being enabled by a wicked society that puts Sodom and Gomorrah to shame.”

The report explained that by now there are “hundreds” of transgender individuals seeking to return to their birth sex.

In Britain, there is a charity called The Detransition Advocacy Network to help, offering support to those who want to “detransition.”

The founder, Charlie Evans, 28, said in an interview with Sky News, “I’m in communication with 19 and 20-year-olds who have had full gender reassignment surgery who wish they hadn’t, and their dysphoria hasn’t been relieved, they don’t feel better for it. … They don’t know what their options are now.”

The transgender agenda activists are fighting the movement aggressively.

In Britain, a psychotherapist was banned by his university from studying cases of people who have surgery to reverse gender reassignment.

James Caspian, 61, a counselor with 10 years of experience in therapy for transgender individuals, is taking his case to the European Court of Human Rights

The dispute with Bath Spa University began in 2017. Represented by the Christian Legal Center, Caspian argues his freedom to pursue legitimate academic research has been breached and that he was targeted with discrimination.

“I have been faced with no alternative but to take this case to Europe. Too much is at stake for academic freedom and for hundreds, if not thousands, of young people who are saying that they are being harmed and often silenced by a rigid view that has become a kind of transgender ideology and permits no discussion,” Caspian said in a statement released by his lawyers.

“My preliminary research had revealed a growing controversial schism in transgender politics and inpatient experiences which greatly concerned me and confirmed the need for this research. Some of the people I spoke to said they were too traumatized to speak about their experiences, which proved it was even more important to research the issue, not less.”

The Western Journal also has documented cases of regret.

It profiled a new documentary promoting transgenderism, and the Journal’s Caleb Shumate noted his own anger at the continual push to normalize such procedures.

The children – transgender – featured in the documentary were ages 4, 7, 12 and 15.

“Three of the children are far too young even to begin to think about sex or what gender they are. I am a libertarian, and with that being said, I believe that a consenting adult should be able to do whatever he or she chooses with their own body,” he wrote.

“Children, on the other hand, do not have fully developed brains and are not capable of making such a life-altering decision. I do not understand how anyone on the political left could think that having children live as the opposite gender and brainwashing them to believe they are anything besides what they were born isn’t child abuse!”

James Dobson, the founder of the James Dobson Family Institute and the host of the “Family Talk” radio program, only a short time before the 2020 election called out Joe Biden for his “lunacy” regarding transgenderism.

Biden had endorsed the idea of a young boy becoming a young girl.

“Where is the outrage in response to this lunacy? Joe Biden appears to be under the very mistaken impression that teaching our children the truth about biological reality constitutes discrimination,” he wrote on his website. “He couldn’t be more wrong, and his distorted view is equally alarming. Indeed, world-renowned Swedish psychiatrist Dr. Christopher Gillberg has said that pediatric transition is ‘possibly one of the greatest scandals in medical history.'”

Dobson said that leading children “down a path toward social and medical ‘transition’ is not compassionate—it’s an act of cruelty! ”

“Puberty blockers are administered to pre-pubescent children to prevent them from experiencing puberty,” he said. “If a child doesn’t go through this natural stage of development, he or she will likely be sterile for life, a medical fact that many gender clinics expressly admit. This evil practice must be stopped!”

Dobson said “experimenting on our children doesn’t help them—it harms them for a lifetime.”

“And contrary to Joe Biden’s claims, teaching kids the differences between boys and girls is not restrictive; it’s reality. There is a portion of our society that wants to eliminate—or deny—any differences between men and women. This is wrong! We were made in God’s own image—male and female (Genesis 1:27). We should celebrate—not deny—these differences. Men and women each contribute immeasurably to the human race, to marriage, to family and to culture. Why would we deny these realities?”

Since being elected, Biden has taken multiple executive actions to promote transgenderism, including orders that boys who say they are girls can use the girls’ showers in schools and such.

Walter Heyer, a man who lived eight years as a woman, has reversed course in his life.

“My grandmother dressed me as a girl when I was 4, 5, and 6 years old,” Heyer wrote last year. “I was far too young to comprehend the long-term consequences of being encouraged to cross-dress at such a young age, much less fight back. In my child’s mind, it felt good to be the center of her attention. Now I call what grandma did to me ‘child abuse’ because her grooming of me as a female negatively affected my entire life.

“In adulthood, I was diagnosed with gender dysphoria and underwent unnecessary cross-gender hormone therapy and surgical gender change. I lived eight years as a woman and tried my best to make it work, but after surgery I still had gender dysphoria. Even worse, I was suicidal. Before giving me hormones and surgery, my medical providers should have helped me explore the possible psychological roots of my desire to escape into a female persona, but none did.”

In England, Kiera Bell is suing the U.K. National Health Service for allowing her to be given life-altering hormone treatments as a child.

“I should have been told to wait and not affirmed in my gender identity I was claiming to have and given intensive therapy basically to make sure that I was on the right track for things and investigate the feelings I was having to figure out how I got to that stage,” Bell said.

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