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A Tidal Wave of Transgender Regret for 'Hundreds' of People: 'They Don't Feel Better
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 76774152:MV80MTU4MzM3Xzc1NTY5MjMzXzRFNEE2MjRC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 67193667:MV80MTU4MzM3Xzc1NTY3Njc5XzJEMjU5MUJF] I recently met a trans girl. She's smart highly intelligent very attractive is asexual going to a Christian College wants to do missionary work has alot of faith in God She is one of the nicest, kindest, most well balanced, stable, beautiful and pure souls I have met in almost my entire life. I feel so incredibly blessed to have her as a friend. She's honestly a blessing to everyone who knows her, and a really cool person. You want to know what I care about? I care about her right to choose the life she wanted, to choose what was right for her. I care about her personal freedoms to do with her body as she chooses. I think the thing this young woman has taught me more than anything else on this earth is gender and sex are not the same thing. She has no sexual preference yet is still transgender. If all of this is just some perversion than why would that even be possible? Because it's her brain. Her brain in my mind and in my opinion is actually female. It must have been miserable for her to deal with being in the wrong body, being different, still having a faith in God. Luckily for her there are many many Churches and places for people who are transgender now, that don't try to discourage people from being themselves. That she has found both God and her true self and is living the most honest and truthful life she can. So, I'm not sure what your point is with people who regret. I think people are people they regret joining religions they regret getting married, geez what are those numbers, should no one get married? they regret taking a job they regret moving somewhere they regret taking a drug they regret not doing something as well I mean, what does regret prove? Athletes regret playing a sport because it wrecks their bodies women regret having kids some times, should they stop? idk what the point of your thread is even about [/quote] This really looks like a cut and paste story to be used by a trans activist. [/quote]
Charlie Evans from the United Kingdom was born a female but lived as a male for 10 years..
The 28-year-old then reversed course and detransitioned in 2018 and publicly shared her story about regretting the move to become a man.
Evans was shocked to see how many other young people were disappointed with their decision to transition to another gender.
"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," she said.
In fact, the number is so large that Charlie says it's in the "hundreds".
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