Former Transgender Regrets Her Transition, Files Legal Action Against NHS
Prepare for a new trend, my fellow binaries: the rise of regretful trannies upset they whacked and hacked their bodies with no one intervening, but instead, offering sharpened scissors. Here we have Keira Bell, a girl who thought she was a boy, who underwent a double boob snip at 16, and at the ripe age of 23, wishes someone — anyone — would've helped her see the light of reason.
First, a clip on YouTube which may not stay up, but let's go with it:
Should that fail, here's Obianuju Ekeocha with a tweet:
Kiera Bell, above, is essentially (as I understand British law, which is to say I don't) suing the knickers off NHS for not offering any kind of resistance to her pre-adult decision to transition to a boy. Which, as I'm sure I've said before, is biologically impossible. But poor Keira snipped her mammaries. Those glorious baby-feeders ain't plumping back up. Related: Transgenders 'Detransitioning' on the Rise. And the LGBTQ Community Isn't Helping.
From the BBC.com:
Gender identity charity Mermaids said that people face a long wait for access to such services, that they can save lives and that very few people regret their decision.
Narrator: few regret their decision... yet. But Keira's case isn't the first nor the last. Only recently has gender "transition" become the norm. Expect more cases like hers to come out in coming years as, like her and Walt Heyer, these transgender people find surgery doesn't help what's darkening their minds.
The clinic based in Hampstead, north-west London, which runs the UK's only gender-identity development service (GIDS), added that it welcomed an examination of the evidence in this contentious area.
Keira describes being a tomboy as a child. When asked how strongly she felt the need to change her gender identity, she replied that it gradually built up as she found out more about transitioning online.
Then as she went down the medical route, she said "one step led to another".
That personally scares me. I was a tomboy growing up. Some might argue I still am. I always got along better with boys than girls. I liked playing with "boy" toys, wasn't interested in dresses or girl things, and always wanted to play with the boys doing more "boy" things. Had I grown up now as opposed to the early nineties, what would've happened to me? I always knew I was a girl, but didn't realize how much of a girl I was until Pinterest came onto the scene in the 2010s. That's a long time to be a tomboy. But never ever was I confronted with confusing messages of "maybe you're actually a boy trapped in a girl's body" kind of garbage in the formative years of my youth when everything is confusing.
Keira, however, was. She was likely told that her tomboyish nature meant she was a boy. That's been my greatest fear for my fellow tomboys. I love the men I work with. I love that we get along and understand each other. But that has never confused me into thinking I am a boy. It has just been a boon in my career to work so well with and understand men. Yet here is a poor young woman who, instead of getting a boost by being able to work with and understand both genders, was given messages from society that she might be the other. And no one — NO ONE — stepped into stop her from slicing and dicing her beautiful female body into something it was never meant to be: a male body. Which, incidentally, it could never be.
The gender confused need our help. But they need our actual help, not us handing them a referral slip to a plastic surgeon who will hack away at their bodies. They need our help and support to work through their confusion and any mental trauma they have endured during their formative years. A double mastectomy, or whacking off a penis, are not those things.
May God help us and all people who are really suffering through gender dysmorphia. Society and the left sure as heck are rendering a deadly disservice.
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