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‘My Breasts Were Beautiful and Now They Have Been Incinerated’: Florida Board of Medicine Hears Former Transsexuals’ Regrets

‘My Breasts Were Beautiful and Now They Have Been Incinerated’: Florida Board of Medicine Hears Former Transsexuals’ Regrets

Formerly transitioned witnesses share their regrets with Florida Medical Panel.
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Transitioned transexuals tell the Florida Board of medicine their woeful tale of regrets over their transitioning. They were older than the young children Democrats would love to mutilate.

A child who is eight years old might stick their finger in a light socket, but we are expected to believe they are able to make informed decisions regarding their sex. The Democrats are actually running on this in 2022. They should be running from it.

One woman told members of a medical panel on Friday that if she is still able to have children, she will not be able to breastfeed them because her breasts were amputated when she was sixteen. She claims that surgeons are really nothing more than  “activists” in smocks. Chloe Cole’s breasts remain bandaged to this day and her nipples bleeding interminably.

Chloe Cole and other victims of the so-called “gender-affirming surgeries” were openly mocked by transexual activists as they testified to the board. They contend that children should be protected from puberty blockers and genital mutilation. Their testimony obviously convinced the board to take action as they decided to support legislation pushed by Gov. Ron DeSantis and his administration that would prevent doctors from mutilating children under the age of eighteen.

“At 13, I started taking puberty blockers and testosterone. At 15, I underwent a double mastectomy in which my breasts were removed and my nipples were grafted. And yet, at 16, after years of medically transitioning, I came to realize I severely regretted my transition.”

“From a young age, I was actually quite a very feminine girl, though I did somewhat model myself after my older brothers.”

Cole claimed that there is an echo chamber that says that “sex and gender are separate, women are inherently victims, men are inherently superior in every way.” She also added that in addition, it says that children with gender dysphoria need surgery and drugs.

Cole asked:

“All of the talk about mental health, self-perception, pronouns and ideology leads me to this question: Why is the mental health epidemic not being addressed with mental health treatment to get at the root causes for why female adolescents like me want to reject their bodies?”

Doctors threatened her parents asking:

“Would you rather have a dead daughter or a living son? … This is how activists talk.”

Cole added:

“I want to be a mother someday, and yet I can never naturally feed … my future children. My breasts were beautiful and now they have been incinerated for nothing. Thank you, modern medicine.”

From The Blaze

Another female victim, unnamed, explained that after “transitioning,” she ceased menstruating and grew facial hair. Although initially “elated,” she realized her mental health had not improved as a result of the chemical treatment.

The victim said, “I became more suicidal, more instable. The anxiety became debilitating.”

After a suicide attempt, she found religion. Unlike the drugs and chemicals, she said her relationship with Jesus ameliorated her suffering, prompting her to de-transition and accept her “womanhood.” She said that after getting off of testosterone, her “mental health improved exponentially.”

According to the American Psychological Association, a social contagion is when behaviors, attitudes, and emotions spread like diseases through crowds “and other types of social aggregates,” partly as a result of the members’ “heightened suggestibility.” A social contagion is allegedly sustained by “imitation, conformity, … and mimicry.”




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  1. Cary Cotterman says:

    I’ve watched this tragedy unfold with my wife’s sixteen-year-old niece for the past few years. Her parents (my wife’s sister and brother-in-law) appear to be enabling it. It’s horrifying to sit on the sidelines, with no right to say anything, and witness the disaster.

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