Reaching out to those with sex change regret

Up to 20% Have Regret; Sex Changes Are Not Effective, say Researchers

The review of more than 100 international medical studies of "post-operative" transsexuals finds up to 20% regret transitioning and no conclusive evidence was found that shows gender reassignment surgery improves the lives of transsexuals, with many people remaining severely distressed and even suicidal after the operation, wrote David Batty in the UK Guardian.

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“The medical treatment of delusions, psychosis or emotional happiness is not by surgery,”

says prominent psychiatrist, speaking from a scientific perspective about gender dysphoria.

Must-See Video: Three facts those promoting transgenderism ignore

A video from The Daily Signal shows how the rush to embrace the transgender ideology is based on ideology, not science, and children struggling with gender dysphoria may be the most vulnerable victims.

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15 transgender individuals tell their stories of release from gender dysphoria. Powerful and compelling. Visit the website.

Relevant Articles

If California’s LGBT Therapy Ban Had Been Law 30 Years Ago, I Might Have Killed Myself
by Walt Heyer - April, 2018

New Paper Says Puberty Blockers Aren’t the Answer to Gender Confusion
by Ryan T. Anderson - June, 2017

I’m a Pediatrician. How Transgender Ideology Has Infiltrated My Field and Produced Large-Scale Child Abuse.
by Michelle Cretella, - July 03, 2017

Doctors Admit They Don’t Know Which Kids Should Gender Transition But Do It To Them Anyway
by Walt Heyer, - July 10, 2017

Bravo to the Truth: What’s Wrong with Transgender Ideology
by Walt Heyer, - April 27, 2017

Research Claiming Sex-Change Benefits Is Based On Junk Science
by Walt Heyer, - April 13, 2017

Rupert Everett warns against hormone therapy for children who question gender
The Guardian, June 19, 2016

7 Questions About Transgender People, Answered
by The Federalist Staff, April 26, 2016 -

Drop the T from LGBT
by Walt Heyer, April 21, 2016 -

Transgender Characters May Win Emmys, But Transgender People Hurt Themselves
by Walt Heyer, September 22, 2015 -

Transgender Regret Is Real Even If The Media Tell You Otherwise
by Walt Heyer, August 19, 2015

Prominent Psychiatrist: Transgender is ‘Emotional Unhappiness … Purely Psychological’
By Michael W. Chapman, February 2, 2016 - CNS News

"Sex Change" Surgery: What Bruce Jenner, Diane Sawyer, and You Should Know
by Walt Heyer, April 27, 2015 - The

Outlawing Psychotherapy For Trans-Kids Will Not Prevent Suicides
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I Was a Transgender Woman
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Trouble in Transtopia: Murmurs of Sex Change Regret
by Stella Morabito, Nov. 11, 2014 -

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Trans Change Regret x 3

Young or old, early in transition or years later, changing genders ends in regret, and often, in a total nightmare.

I realize different people will draw different conclusions about the people who make the difficult decision to go back. I just feel you should see the stories of those who regret their transition.

Even more stories are available in the book, Trans Life Survivors, available in the bookstore.

Alexis Arquette

Alexis Arquette

Even well-known and talented transgender individuals with a full life, embraced and accepted, go back to presenting as their birth sex. From an article at The Hollywood Reporter:

In 2013, amid increasing health complications, Alexis began presenting herself as a man again, telling [her close friend] Ibrahim that “’gender is bullshit.’

 That ‘putting on a dress doesn't biologically change anything. Nor does a sex-change.’ She said that ‘sex-reassignment is physically impossible. 

All you can do is adopt these superficial characteristics but the biology will never change.’” 

 That realization, Ibrahim suspects, was the likely source of her deep wells of emotional torment. 

Read the article...

Chelsea going back after 7 years


Seven years ago, Matthew, a male drag queen, became Chelsea. Now Chelsea wants to become Matthew again. In the article published Oct. 1, 2014, Chelsea says:

'I have always longed to be a woman, but no amount of surgery can give me an actual female body and I feel like I am living a lie.

'It is exhausting putting on make-up and wearing heels all the time. Even then I don't feel I look like a proper woman.

'I suffered from depression and anxiety as a result of the hormones too.

'I have realised it would be easier to stop fighting the way I look naturally and accept that I was born a man physically.'"

You can read the account at Daily Mail UK.

After 17 years as a woman, this man has had enough

For the past 17 years, Jeremy Bate has lived as a woman. But now, after hormone therapy and sex reassignment surgery, he believes it has all been a mistake.

At the age of 52, Mr Bate now says he was never anything other than a man and has called for more support for people questioning their gender. Mr Bate said he would have been better off if he had counselling to help him become more comfortable with the body he was born in.

"I would've been helped more by what you could call 'tough love'," he said.

"I was very gender confused, and I latched on to the idea of 'transexual' because I thought that must apply to who I am.

"In the absence of any other information, that was what I was running with, but if I'd got the different information, and more support the other way I'm sure I would've been open to questioning.

"I'm not saying it would've been easy."

You can read the entire article here: WA Today

The insanity of hormone blockers for kids

One controversial treatment for children with gender dysphoria is the administration of drugs called hormone blockers to delay puberty. The practice is gaining traction without any scientific proof that it is appropriate or effective, and despite the evidence that it can be harmful:

  1. Most children with gender dysphoria will not remain gender dysphoric after puberty. [1]
  2. The FDA has not approved hormone blockers for use in transgender children—not even for experimental use.
  3. A search for one hormone blocker, Lupron, shows that people are reporting serious long-term, debilitating side effects from having used the drug.

Given these facts, why would anyone inject these drugs into children?

Doctors and parents want to help the child cope with the distress he or she is experiencing. Is relief of adolescent distress really worth the risk? 

Most will grow out of the dysphoria. Isn't there some way to work through the distress than experimenting on our children?

[1] J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2008 Dec;47(12):1413-23. doi: 10.1097/CHI.0b013e31818956b9., "Psychosexual outcome of gender-dysphoric children", Wallien MS, Cohen-Kettenis PT., Department of Medical Psychology, Graduate School of Neurosciences, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gender Regret News

If Sex Change Regret Is Rare, Why Are Surgeons Offering Reversal Surgery?

I've been reporting about the widespread regret for years while everyone in the media says regret is rare. The Belgrade Center for Genital Reconstructive Surgery says that they have received requests for reversal surgery. 

If sex change regret is so rare, why are so many requesting reversal surgery? 

If sex change regret is so rare, why are surgeons offering reversal surgery? 

These surgeons are known to perform the reversal surgery:

  • Dr. Sava Perovic, Sava Perovic Foundation Surgery
  • Dr. Rados Djinovic, Sava Perovic Foundation Surgery
  • Dr. Miroslav Djordjevic, Belgrade Center for Genital Reconstructive Surgery
  • Dr. Stan Monstrey, Universitair Ziekenhuis
  • Dr. Sherman Leis, The Philadelphia Center for Transgender Surgery
Of course the answer is: sex change regret is not rare at all.

Regret Is Real—and Transgenders Are Going Back...

From a physician:
"If I could only go back to the day before my surgery in March of 2005 -- I would run from that surgeon's knife. I have lived and worked as a surgically altered man trying to play the part of a woman for six years. I spared no expense at trying to make it work." Read more

From one who had surgery in March, 2009:
 "...honestly I wanted the answer to be so simple and wanted to believe them that soon I would be my true self and my problems would go away. I had lived in so much pain for so long that I was desperate..." Read more

Regret Is Real—and Sometimes Quick

"Although I thought I was completely sure of what I was doing, I began to regret the decision a mere three weeks after the operation. Some might say I was experiencing post-op depression, but it was definitely more than that. Read more

Detransition happens because people are NOT "born in the wrong body"

A University of Rome study proves transsexuals have normal Y chromosomes. The SRY is the main sex-determining gene. AZF a, b and C are genes for male infertility. Transsexuals do not even have a smidgeon of abnormality there.

The DAX1 and androgen receptor genes were theorized to cause transsexualism since they can lead to intersex and can turn a person with a normal Y chromosome into a XY woman. Yet there is no alteration in these genes in any of the transsexuals.

See the article.

Some Research Findings

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  • 2003 Study from Sweden 
    "...suggest that sex reassignment, although alleviating gender dysphoria, may not suffice as treatment for transsexualism."
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  • Transgender Suicide
    "A staggering 41 percent of transgender people in the United States have attempted to commit suicide, according to a new survey."
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  • Much more research is in Walt Heyer's books, Paper Genders and Trans Life Survivors.