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Detransitioner’s Bone-Chilling Account: The Dark Side of Trans Panic!

Detransitioner’s Bone-Chilling Account: The Dark Side of Trans Panic!

( – The political, media, and corporate complex portray transgenderism as a progressive form of self-expression, but it also harms and degrades — frequently irrevocably — the girls who are exposed to it.

Using testimonies from those who have dealt with the “cyber-sect” of extreme gender ideology, this series examines some of the cruelty they have encountered.

According to Gallup research from 2022, over 20% of Generation Z is projected to identify on the “LGBTQQIP2SAA” spectrum, while “LGBTQIA+” identification has increased significantly in the United States over the past ten years.

A Pew Research Center survey released in June shows that more than 5% of Americans between 18 and 30 self-identify as “transgender” or “nonbinary.”

According to data compiled by Reuters, the number of children between the ages of 6 and 17 diagnosed with “gender dysphoria” in the United States has increased significantly in recent years, rising from 15,172 in 2017 to 24,847 in 2020 and 42,167 in 2021.

Hormone treatment was being used on 1,905 kids between the ages of 6 and 17 in 2017, rising to 4,231 by 2021.

According to a report by Do No Harm, the United States is the “most permissive country” for child sex change procedures and gender “transition” medication therapies when compared to any European country, despite dubious data surrounding the practice of “gender-affirming care,” especially for adolescents.

Recently, doctors who talked to Breitbart News on the condition that their identities not be revealed for fear of reaction claimed that a “perverse” financial incentive structure is in place for encouraging the use of “transgender” medications and procedures on children.

According to a market study by Grand View Research, the United States market for sex-reassignment surgery was estimated to be worth about two billion dollars in 2021 and is projected to rise at a compound annual growth rate of 11.23 percent through 2030.

“Seeking a way out.”

“Often, folks are trying to get away,” according to Estella Suarez-Hamilton, a young lady who “transitioned” as a teenager and presented herself as a guy, there is a lot of escapism in my generation, especially with the trans ideology.

“It served as a necessary diversion for me to avoid focusing on the areas of my life and the relationships therein that were failing and disintegrating,” she said.

“When paired with the internet [community], the political and perhaps spiritual parts of trans ideology provide a form of escapism,” she added.

“The term “cult” is frequently used, and in specific ways, it may be applied, but I believe the phrase “cyber sect” is more appropriate.”

Before discovering that altering her hormonal balance and outward looks could not cure her mental afflictions, Estella, who went by the name “Phillip,” underwent testosterone injections for more than seven years.

Estella’s mother was serving overseas with the U.S. military when a counselor who described themselves as “transgender” suggested hormone therapy for her when she was 18.

She stopped using testosterone a year ago, but at 27, she is now in early menopause.

Estella sees the transgender movement as a pseudo-spiritual belief system with initiation and rituals. She rules what she refers to as “contemporary Gnosticism.”

“If you’re considering how to characterize the cult, it has a lot in common with, say, contemporary Gnostic concepts. The transgender group loves words, and they want to complicate language to the nth degree, so this is a syncretic cyber sect of modern Gnosticism,” Estella stated.

She added, “Since that’s what I believe happened and how I can express it, I believe that this term is simply quite correct to describe what I went through.”

According to Pamela Garfield-Jaeger, a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW),

“The trans community has this dumb mantra, ‘When you become trans, you become your real self.’ It’s actually the polar reverse.” You are genuinely changing into someone else; you are, in a sense, losing contact with or killing off your true self and taking on this virtually false identity.”

Garfield-Jaeger, who worked for 20 years after receiving her education at New York University and identifying as a “lifelong Democrat,” spoke to Breitbart News after realizing that trans ideology is based on “dissociating people from their body, destroying their ability to procreate, and destroying the nuclear family,” among other things. She is no longer working and is instead concentrating on speaking.

“I believe it shares so many similarities with a cult because it targets the weak, separates them from those who care about them, and then offers this kind of fake community. That makes you feel extremely good and loving and like you’re a part of something, but you’re not. It’s phony and ultimately unauthentic,” Garfield-Jaeger told Breitbart News.

She added, “Then they appear to be monitoring one another’s language. They claim to be being their “genuine selves,” but in reality, they are being a different, updated version of themselves.”

“The laws cannot be broken,” she said. She explained how former members of the “community” receive death threats and, in some cases, need protection after speaking out publicly about unpleasant events during their “transition,” adding that as soon as you breach the rules, even little, you’re out.

She remarked, “It’s like they don’t want the folks who are bringing the truth out there to, like, break this spell. “In actuality, it seems as though individuals are under some sort of spell. Many of them will claim that they were possessed. What may someone have said or done, I constantly ask them? And they frequently claim they don’t have a suitable response.”

“Understanding the terminology is a need for initiation,” according to Estella, saying, “Language is part of their rites.” It’s like another language; it’s so strange. They get a significant portion of their strength from the Gnostic ideas, in my opinion.”

She added, “It’s as if you possess information from another realm. You have a profound comprehension of the universe, yourself, and your soul that only someone who also, you know, possesses the Gnosis can truly comprehend.”

“When you go deeper, it’s a patriarchal spiritual movement, and the female aspects and the pro-sex aspects are like accessories used to support their claims of equality,” she continued. “On the surface level, it’s pro-self-actualization, pro-sex, pro-feminine, antiestablishment.”

When Estella showed concern about having a double mastectomy and questioned why a “trans-man” could not have breasts, she was expelled from the “community.” After taking testosterone for a while, she was prohibited from posting to or participating in online trans forums.

“I did not receive clear, well-informed consent.”

The “transition” procedure of using cross-sex hormones involves many adverse effects after being accepted into the “cyber-sect.” A woman taking testosterone will notice physical changes in the shape of her body, including smaller hips and thighs, increased muscle mass, facial and body hair, a cracking voice, and increased sex desire.

But again, there are other, less obvious adverse effects that, in Estella’s opinion, are mostly glossed over throughout the “informed consent” process.

She said, “I was not given cohesive informed consent,” adding that additional adverse effects she had were not mentioned at all and that side effects were discussed in terms of impact on men using testosterone, not women.

She surmises that this is because they are just not looked into. Estella said that when she expressed having adverse side effects, she was dismissed, saying, “If I say, ‘I have experienced this, this is something that it caused me,’ they’ll be like, ‘Well, it just didn’t work out for you, that was your body.'”

The administration of testosterone will be based on “desired physical appearance — rather than the alleviation of physical illness — it is guided by aesthetic principles, not medical ones,” according to Abigail Shrier’s book Irreversible Damage on the impact of the transgender movement on teenage girls.

Shrier claims:

“Testosterone is typically justified as a treatment for ‘gender dysphoria,’ but the endocrinologists who administer it rarely seem even to be evaluating its progress with the patient’s dysphoria. What they examine instead are blood levels to ensure that testosterone stays within the normal range for a man. This seems to place endocrinologists (and, just as often, nurse practitioners) in the position of hair stylists, who aim to satisfy, rather than medical professionals who seek to cure.

Although alleviation of gender dysphoria was supposed to be its justification, doctors administering [testosterone] very often seem less interested in treating ‘gender dysphoria’ than in giving trans-identified patients a look they want.”

Estella’s experience with hormone therapy is reflected in this narrative.

“There are expected changes, you know, your voice and your clitoris grow, and there is a sex drive increase, muscles, you know, all the lovely… They give you all these beautiful changes that will happen, and then they kind of like whisper the shitty stuff that happens,” Estella told Breitbart News.

“What I went through incrementally was weakened bladder, disruption of my pH, which was recurring infections, insomnia — they say insomnia, but they don’t explain where insomnia comes from, and it’s from excruciating heat flashes that were like itching pins and needles on my skin, and that was every single night — and that creates mental health problems, the highs, and lows of hormones, and that causes strains on relationships — that’s all not addressed,” she continued.

“You don’t cry when you’re on testosterone — that’s a weird side effect that is not investigated — it’s very hard to feel those … feminine emotions.”

“I was always allowed to do whatever I wanted with my hormones, like, my doctors gave me a suggested amount, but they never were like, ‘Don’t do this.’ If I was like, ‘I want to go on a higher dose,’ they were like, ‘Okay.’ ‘I want to go to a lower dose,’ ‘Okay, we’ll just take your blood and look at it,'” Estella explained.

“There’s no standard,” she continued. “Their job is to make your hormones match the testosterone levels of a boy the same height and weight as you, which is, to me, that’s the most pseudo-scientific thing. I don’t have testicles or semen. Why would I need that much testosterone, that’s the amount of testosterone needed to maintain semen and testicles, all those things. I don’t have that system, so why would I be given that amount to match those levels?”

“The standardization of this prescription, prescribed transition, I think that if the doctors were going to go by ‘Do no harm,’ if they were going to go by that and work by that, there would be no justification to prescribing hormones and surgery to this idea of gender dysphoria, which is very much … a consciousness issue. It’s a spiritual issue, your soul is in the wrong body,” Estella said.

“Rescue fantasy”

Garfield-Jaeger explained that health professionals and educators engage in an “emotionally abusive relationship” with vulnerable young people by engaging in an experimental treatment of promoting and “affirming” transgenderism as a solution to any number of maladaptive feelings and behaviors.

She said the “transition” process has an initial, temporary period of “euphoria,” creating positive reinforcement, despite professionals acting out “a rescue fantasy” of administering treatment that has not been demonstrated to be helpful or practical.

“I don’t understand it, in terms of from the professional side, how they can believe in this,” Garfield-Jaeger said. “I understand how a person can be tricked to believe in it if they’re told, ‘All of your pain and suffering will go away if you take this, almost, magic pill,’ which is become transgender, and then you get all this positive reinforcement.”

“There is a sort of honeymoon phase where you do end up having this… they call it euphoria, what they feel is euphoria. Sometimes it’s even physical because the hormones actually will, especially with testosterone, will give you a high, so it’s almost like taking a drug that gives you a high at the beginning for quite a while for them,” she explained.

“And then you also get, like, love-bombed by this community,” Garfield-Jaeger went on.

“If you’re on a social media, you often get a whole bunch of new likes and followers and a whole bunch of, like, social status from becoming transgender. So now if you’re someone who felt very invisible in your life, you maybe were autistic, or were struggling socially in some way, or feeling alone, or feeling emotionally neglected, maybe your family was going through something, maybe your parents are going through a divorce, or for whatever reason, people weren’t there for you, even if they were there for you, you didn’t feel they were there for you, and now you’ve got these people who are saying that you’re the greatest thing on earth because you’re transgender, you almost get worshipped.”

She said that “naive” mental health providers are acting out of codependence, as they do not “affirm” any other maladaptive behaviors, such as drug addiction or eating disorders.

“What I don’t understand … is how professionals are able to believe that this is the right thing to do,” she said.

“I understand there are people who are silenced. I understand there are people who are fearful, and there are people that are maybe avoiding the topic so that they can continue to have some kind of livelihood, but I’m still having trouble understanding the people who truly are believers in this, who aren’t evil; I believe that [there] are just naive people who think they’re doing the right thing because this is about acceptance and love, and I think they’re riding out some kind of rescue fantasy … I think it’s giving helpers this feeling that they’re helping and they have this desire to help, and there’s almost a codependence happening.”

“It’s almost like an emotionally abusive relationship, like ‘Mommy Dearest,'” she said.

“If you look at other disorders — of course now they don’t want to call it a disorder, they compare it more to an immutable characteristic, but we know that’s not the case because people are choosing to do it — if you look at other mental health issues, like an eating disorder, or drug addiction, you don’t have institutions being, like, ‘Well you need to affirm their addiction,’ ‘We need to affirm their eating disorder.'”

“This is very much like, I would say, negligence. Just people who maybe are well-meaning and doing things that are irresponsible, just because they thought, ‘Oh, well, this is the expected thing, the cool thing,” Estella said of those who treated her in her “transition.”

“I can look at myself objectively and see that I was … an 18-year-old … a young adult, who was already going through way too much, like, had too much on her shoulders. So I’ll forgive myself for making big girl decisions when I did not, you know, have the capacity to deal with the big girl consequences,” Estella said, reflecting on her experience.

She added, “I have so much love for the people who are still in this sect because I can see them, I do see them, and I see the pain, and I remember.”

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