When feeling better leads to an identity crisis

This is an important new blog documenting the insidious nature of Trans “support” groups.
I can testify that this absolutely is the nature of the circular reasoning and pressure to conform to the narrative that is the core of this “transition or die!” cult.
My torturer joined one of these groups “in real life”. He went from “maybe I want to” to “I have to!” in the space of three meetings. He went from “maybe I would be OK with no surgery and this is something I can just accommodate into my life” to “I must have srs”. His online activity (porn, presenting himself as a “fully transitioned” “trans lesbian”, dating and hook up sites) escalated ten fold. His secretiveness drove me mad with paranoia. His utter dismissal of my worries, needs and emotional meltdown left me broken, isolated, bereft. Everything (for me) got much, much worse. I became so ill I could not work. My pain was immeasurable, but invisible to him. The trans world became his entire universe. When I looked for help, I was told that it was “selfish”, “transphobic”, “bigoted” for not jumping for joy for him. For refusing to see him as anything else than a sick, entitled, manipulative bastard.

So anyway. Read this blog. See the harm done to those who come in contact with the Church of Trans. If you are not already familiar with that world, it is illuminating. If you are, follow this blog and send a big thanks to those who are finally documenting this.

Transgender Reality

A female (AFAB, assigned female at birth) who calls herself “genderqueer” and wishes to take testosterone to become more androgynous has started taking wellbutrin (an antidepressant), and her feelings of gender dysphoria have significantly lessened. She posts to r/asktransgender:

Ok, so I’m AFAB genderqueer/genderfluid and I’ve been experiencing an insane amount of dysphoria on and off (corresponding with fluctuations in masculinity/femininity) since about June. I realized I was genderqueer about 3 years ago, but decided not to anything about it until this summer because, as I said, my dysphoria got intense. I came to the conclusion that I needed a low dose of T to be more androgynous and more able to pass in boymode… and after much angst came out to my mother and brother and asked my PCP for T. She said she’ll look into it (she’s never had a trans patient before) and possibly start…

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One thought on “When feeling better leads to an identity crisis

  1. I think it’s sad how these groups target vulnerable young people. This is really proof that the trans cult enforces gender stereotypes. Wearing “boy’s clothes” doesn’t make you into a man and injecting testosterone is just dangerous (and it won’t make a woman into a man either). It’s a shame that no one will tell this girl that she could wear suits and any clothes she wanted and that’s okay. It’s okay not to fulfill gender-stereotypes. Just because men have decided that only they are allowed to wear comfortable clothes doesn’t make it true.

    (It’s also sad that this girl wants to consider testosterone to have a certain look.)

    I agree that this is similar to pro-ana groups. The whole thing is a cult that feeds on misery and that’s why that tell anyone who is feeling better and starting to be comfortable with their body that they are mistaken.

    The school I go to started a group for “trans and gender-nonconforming” people. I wonder how many meetings it will take for these kids to decide that surgery and hormones are the path to happiness.

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