A new report by Sky News reveals that those who considered themselves “transgender” and underwent the life-altering surgeries that allow you to “transition” from one sex to another are now seeking reversals for said surgeries by the hundreds.
The report came in the form of a video that featured an anonymous girl identified only as “Ruby” who made the decision to identify as a man back when she was 13-years-old. Now she’s 21 and has decided that the alterations she had made to her body through chemicals haven’t made her any better.
“Ruby” is now de-transitioning to fully embrace her female body and instead work on her mental issues. Sadly, she confessed that there has been virtually zero support for this decision within her community.
But according to Sky News, the community is out there. In fact, a former transgendered person, Charlie Evans, came across a community of 5,000 people who wished to de-transition back into their normal selves.
In fact, Evans noticed a pattern.
“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,” said Evans, ”I think some of the common characteristics are that they tend to be around their mid-20s, they’re mostly female and mostly same-sex attracted, and often autistic as well.”
“They don’t know what their options are now,” she added.
Evans has now started the “The Detransition Advocacy Network” to support people like herself and Ruby.
While this is considered to be new news by the mainstream media, the truth is that it’s something that has been happening for some time.
A year ago, I reported that scientific research had been attempted at trying to see what the repercussions were of transition surgeries after one surgeon who specialized in these things had become overwhelmed with requests from post-op transgendered individuals to put them back to the way they were before the surgeries.
A researcher named James Caspian approached a University to get funding for these studies, and after being approved, he found his approval quickly revoked as the ethics board of the University faced backlash by the transgender activist community.
Since this report was released last year, one can only fathom how many people have come to the same conclusion as Ruby, yet no one is allowed to talk about it in an official capacity over fears of social and political backlash. This is tragic when you think about all the people who are being hurt by the lie that cutting your body up will make you feel so much better.
As has been seen repeatedly by researchers, it doesn’t.
Having gender dysphoria already carries with it an abnormally high suicide rate that increases 19 times after transition surgeries.
Research needs to be done and these people need to find help, not more lies.