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Transgender propaganda: “Girl’s brave journey as one of the youngest children in the UK to begin the transition process”

A lost Ash…

A three-year-old doesn’t have the mental capacity to understand much of anything, let alone their “gender identity.”

At three (when this boy realized he was born in the wrong body) one is barely able to string a sentence together, can only county to ten, name a few colors of Crayola crayons, follow three-step directions, and begins to understand the concept of “same” and “different.”

Yet somehow this child was able to fully grasp the concept – at three years old – of being born in the “wrong body.”

Yea, riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.

From Yahoo: A 12-year-old, who is one of Britain’s youngest transgender children, has started transitioning after realising she was born in the wrong body aged just three.

Though Ash Lammin was born male, her mum says she insisted that she was a girl as soon as she could speak.

Terri Lammin, 43, said it was “heartbreaking” watching her daughter, who was born Ashton, grow up confused and upset by her body. “By age five, she was asking ‘when is someone going to chop my winky off?’, and questioning why she had it at all,” Terri explains.

According to her mum, Ash is the perfect example of a child who has been born in the wrong body.

Now, aged almost 13, the youngster is embarking on a lengthy journey to transition her gender from male to female at an NHS-run clinic, becoming one of the youngest children in the UK to do so.

Ash, who changed her name by deed poll to Ashley when she was eight, will start by taking hormone blockers to halt the onset of puberty.

It isn’t a decision the family have taken lightly, and Ash has researched the process incessantly. She eventually hopes to have a womb transplant so that she can be a mother when she’s older.

In response to critics who have accused Terri of taking drastic decisions on behalf of a child who is too young to know better, the mum points out that Ash will take the blockers until she is 18. At that point, she herself will decide whether to go ahead with gender reassignment surgery.

If she decides not to go ahead with it, Ash will come off the blockers, and puberty will kick in just a few years later than her peers.

Her mum says she never thought Ash’s confusion about her gender was a phase, but at first she found it difficult to know how best to react. “When she was three she said to me, ‘I’m a boy because you gave me a boy’s name – it’s your fault,’” Terri explains. “I remember feeling horrible, because she blamed me. I’d never come across it before and I just went along with it. I just thought ‘if he’s happy, well that’s the main thing.”

But life became much harder for the family when Ash started at primary school. “I sent her to school in a boy’s uniform. I felt awful, she didn’t want to wear it and I was making her,” Terri explains.

“The school were great. The headmaster at the time said ‘if you think it’s going to make life easier then bring Ash in a girl’s uniform’, so I did.

“I was in a right state. I thought ‘everybody is going to think I’m weird’ – but Ash loved it. “Before, when I was taking her into school, she was biting me and kicking me, she didn’t want to go in. As soon as she put the girl’s uniform on, she wanted to go every day.”

Despite the school’s willingness to help and the kindness of Ash’s classmates, Terri says that other parents weren’t so tolerant of the change, and would leave Ash out of social events and complain.

Ash is now being home-schooled, and Terri is calling for better education within schools to teach children about transgender people.

She said: “I’d like to see the subject of transgender people included in some lessons, like there are about same-sex families. There needs to be more about liking people for who they are, not what they are.

Unsurprisingly, the bullying has taken its toll on Ash mental health, with the youngster suffering from anxiety and her mum saying she has admitted to wanting to die. “Some days she says ‘I’m so glad I’m me’, but other days she feels terrible. She asks why it has to happen to her and she hates herself,” Terri says.

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Women’s sports need protection: “Transgender woman” wins national title at NCAA track championship

Craig/CeCe Tefler

From Daily Mail: A transgender woman who previously competed as a man has become a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) track champion.

CeCe Telfer clinched the women’s 400-meter hurdles national title at the 2019 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships for Franklin Pierce University on May 25.

Her triumph has been surrounded by controversy as many in the running world express concerns that transgender athletes competing in women’s sports may have an unfair advantage.

Telfer completed the course with a stunning time of 57.53s, with the second place opponent trailing far behind with a score of 59.21s. She also earned All-American First Team honors with a fifth-place finish in the 100m hurdles earlier in the day.

Telfer’s coach Zach Emerson praised his team member’s performance, saying: ‘It was tough conditions out here with the wind and the heat over the last three days but, as she has over the last six months, CeCe proved herself to be tough enough to handle it. Today was a microcosm of her entire season; she was not going to let anything slow her down. I’ve never met anybody as strong as her mentally in my entire life.’

Telfer was born and raised as Craig and competed on the men’s team at Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire from 2016 to 2018, even though she personally identified as a woman.

In the 2016-2017 season, Telfer was not even in the top 200 male athletes in her event. Her last competition as Craig was in January 2018, when she finished eighth in a field of nine in the Men’s 400 meters at the Middlebury Winter Classic in Vermont.

After that race Telfer resigned from the men’s team and underwent gender re-assignment surgery before joining the women’s team that October.

Under NCAA guidelines male athletes are eligible to compete as women if they suppress their testosterone levels for a full calendar year. Before the year-mark, they can compete on mixed-sex teams in the men’s division but not the women’s.

Telfer’s coach Emerson claims that the vast improvement she is displaying this current season versus the previous three comes down to the increased effort she’s put in. ‘She’s been been incredibly motivated this year and I think the transition one million percent had something to do with that. It’s like night and day as far as what she was willing to do as an athlete and how committed she was,’ Emerson said.

Telfer’s most recent championship, which made her Franklin Pierce University’s first gold medalist in the event, has reignited the debate over whether issues surrounding transgender athletes are being handled fairly.

Robert Johnson broached the topic in a column for Let’sRun.com, writing: ‘The fact that Telfer can change her gender and immediately become a national champion is proof positive as to why women’s sports needs protection. Telfer ran slightly faster in the 400 hurdles competing as a man (57.34) than as a woman (57.53), even though the men’s hurdles are six inches taller than the women’s hurdles.

‘Yet when Telfer ran 57.34 as a man, she didn’t even score at her conference meet — she was just 10th at the Northeast-10 Outdoor Track and Field Championships in 2016. Now she’s the national champion.’

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How surgery makes a fake vagina for MtF ‘transgenders’

Have you wondered just what “gender reassignment” surgeons do to “create” a fake vagina for a severely mentally-ill man who imagines he’s really a she?

These videos show how.

Warning: Gruesome

In other words, the fake vagina is actually the man’s gouged-out penis that’s stuffed inside a surgically-contrived cavity or wound in the man’s pelvis.

Even worse, after surgery, the fake vagina has to be dilated with a dildo, or it would seal up, because the so-called “vagina” is actually a wound.

That’s how mentally ill “transgenders” are, and how without moral scruples surgeons who do “sex reassignment” surgeries are. For the plain truth is that no amount of “reassignment” surgery can change a person’s gender. That is determined by your DNA, specifically your sex chromosomes: females have XX chromosomes; males have XY chromosomes.

Here’s a video on female to male “gender-reassignment” surgery:

In a sane society, instead of getting paid mega-bucks, the charlatan surgeons who perform these non-sex reassignment surgeries would be arrested for medical malpractice — for cutting and dicing and outright mutilating otherwise healthy bodies.

In a sane society, “transgenders” would be prevented from surgically mutilating their bodies, just as suicidal people are prevented from killing themselves.

But then 2017 America is not a sane society.

In America today, not only are sane people who refuse to submit to the “transgender” fiction condemned and vilified, taxpayers are compelled by government to subsidize these grotesque, body-mutilation surgeries via Medicare and in the military, and President Trump’s ending of Obama’s transgenders-in-military policy is met with sputtering outrage.

“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” –Isaiah 5:20.

We truly are living in an upside-down world.

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The truth about transgenderism and "gender-reassigment" surgery

Sun, 07 Jun 2015 01:34:19 +0000   eowyn2

If you’re contemplating major surgery, for your own interest and well being, it’s a good idea to:

  1. Get a second opinion.
  2. Do some research on your surgeon and, if in doubt, find another surgeon.
  3. Don’t depend on what the doctor tells you. God created us with a mind. Use it! With the ubiquity of information now available on the Internet, there is no excuse not to undertake your own research on whether that major surgery will actually cure or ameliorate whatever that ails you.

Given the above entirely sensible counsel, isn’t it strange that the media and pop culture, in their push for transgenderism, never tell you the risks of “gender-reassignment” surgery or whether post-surgery transgenders actually are happy?

In a recent commentary in the Wall Street Journal, Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the former psychiatrist-in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital and its current Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, and author of six books and at least 125 peer-reviewed medical articles, reported on a 2011 study showing that the suicide rate among transgendered people who had reassignment surgery is 20 times higher than the suicide rate among non-transgender people.

The study was at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, which followed 324 people after they’d had sex-reassignment surgery for up to 30 years. The study showed that about 10 years after the surgery, transgendered people began to have increased mental difficulties. As they progressed through life, their suicide mortality rose almost 20 times above the comparable nontransgender population. McHugh points to the data as evidence that the high suicide rate trumps the typical surgery prescription propagated by many as the answer to gender confusion.

Dr. McHugh explains that transgender surgery is not the solution for people who suffer a “disorder of ‘assumption’” – the notion that their maleness or femaleness is different than what nature assigned to them biologically, much like other amorphic disorders, such as anorexia. The difference is that body parts are not amputated in an effort to “cure” other assumption disorders.

Dr. McHugh says, “This intensely felt sense of being transgendered constitutes a mental disorder in two respects. The first is that the idea of sex misalignment is simply mistaken – it does not correspond with physical reality. The second is that it can lead to grim psychological outcomes.” The transgendered person’s disorder is in the person’s “assumption” that they are different than the physical reality of their body, their maleness or femaleness, as assigned by nature. It is a disorder similar to a “dangerously thin” person suffering anorexia who looks in the mirror and thinks they are “overweight.”

While the Obama administration, Hollywood, and major media such as Time magazine promote transgenderism as normal, Dr. McHugh says these “policy makers and the media are doing no favors either to the public or the transgendered by treating their confusions as a right in need of defending rather than as a mental disorder that deserves understanding, treatment and prevention.”

In truth, although the surgery is called “gender reassignment,” the surgery does no such thing. After all the torturous body mutilations — shaving off the Adam’s apple; castrating the penis and testicles, or chopping off the breasts; gouging a hole as a pretend-vagina that must be “dilated” until the wound eventually scars over — the transgender’s body is still genetically and chromosomally what God had made.

That is why, like Dr. McHugh, psychiatrist Joseph Berger, M.D., board certified as a specialist by both the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, has stated there is no scientific basis for transgender.

In a statement against the Canadian federal government’s Bill C-279 (popularly known as the “bathroom bill”) giving special protection to transgenders, Dr. Berger stated that from a medical and scientific perspective there is no such thing as a “transgendered” person, and that terms such as “gender expression” and “gender identity” used in the bill are at the very least ambiguous, and are more an emotional appeal than a statement of objective scientific fact. Dr. Berger said in his statement:

“I have read the brief put forward by those advocating special rights, and I find nothing of scientific value in it. Words and phrases, such as ‘the inner space,’ are used that have no objective scientific basis. There seems to me to be no medical or scientific reason to grant any special rights or considerations to people who are unhappy with the sex they were born into, or to people who wish to dress in the clothes of the opposite sex. The so-called ‘confusion’ about their sexuality that a teenager or adult has is purely psychological. As a psychiatrist, I see no reason for people who identify themselves in these ways to have any rights or privileges different from everyone else in Canada.”

In other words, transgenderism is a psychological, not biological, disorder, which would explain why gender dysphoria (aka gender identity disorder) fluctuates over time —

  • For children: Dr. McHugh notes that studies from Vanderbilt University and London’s Portman Clinic of children who had expressed transgender feelings but for whom, over time, 70%-80% “spontaneously lost those feelings.” Indeed, Toronto specialist Ken Zucker, who opposes the use of sex change therapies, also asserts that only about 12% of boys and girls with gender dysphoria will still have persistent dysphoria as adults. This fact alone should lead even the most committed supporters of early intervention to err strongly on the side of caution.
  • For adults: More compelling than the malleability of transgender feelings among children is the recovery data of adult transgenders. Vanderbilt University and London’s Portman Clinic found that 70% to 80% of adult transgenders who had refrained from undergoing gender-reassignment surgery report that their feelings dissipate over time. In other words, the transgender disorder has a recovery rate of as high as 70-80%!

Johns Hopkins ended their sexual reassignment surgery in 1970 for the above reasons, but there is little in the news about that.

McHugh says that “given that close to 80% of such children would abandon their confusion and grow naturally into adult life if untreated, these medical interventions come close to abuse.” He recommends a prescription of devoted parenting instead.

McHugh adds that just as it is incumbent upon the medical community to begin to speak about truth on this matter, it is equally incumbent upon the mental health community to challenge the concept that what is in the mind can never be questioned. “Disorders of consciousness, after all, represent psychiatry’s domain; declaring them off-limits would eliminate the field.”

But that is exactly what states like Massachusetts, California and New Jersey have already done by passing laws barring psychiatrists and other mental health professionals from trying to help “transgendered” children to regain their natural gender feelings, even upon parental request. Instead, psychiatrists are told to refer these children to endocrinologists to prescribe gender bending/gender delaying hormone treatments that do not address the child’s psychological disorder.

These hormones have other physical side effects, too, such as delayed growth, sterility and more.

Dr. Judith Reisman told WND: “They simply reject the factual data. Goebbels said that if you repeat a lie often enough, soon everyone is repeating it, too. That is what has happened. Fact checking seems to be a way of the past.”

H/t FOTM‘s MomOfIV

~Éowyn

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