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Transition to Torment: Pain Drives Transsexual to Seek Euthanasia

Transition to Torment: Pain Drives Transsexual to Seek Euthanasia

( – A Canadian transsexual who underwent surgery to create a “neo-vagina” has asked the socialized healthcare system to administer an assisted suicide lethal injection to stop her long-term agony and pain.

A 2009 procedure to make an imitation vagina out of an inverted penis caused Lois Cardinal, a self-described “sterilized First Nations post-op transsexual,” to express profound sorrow.

She stated that dying would be preferable to the ongoing discomfort from the unique procedure. Many people have pain following surgery, and the ensuing “neo-vagina” is just an open wound that must be dilated daily to keep it from closing.

Cardinal explained the following to the Daily Mail:

“I’m in constant discomfort and pain… It’s taking this psychological burden on me. If I’m not able to access proper medical care, I don’t want to continue to do this.”

Cardinal, a 35-year-old Alberta man, sought Canada’s MAiD (medical assistance in dying) euthanasia program but was first turned down despite the country’s innovative socialized healthcare system being one of the most tolerant of assisted suicide.

The doctor stated that the patient “does not meet current MAiD criteria based on current clinical information and consultations.”

According to a doctor’s statement in medical records posted by Cardinal on social media, “Based on current clinical information and consultations [the patient] does not meet current MAiD criteria.”

The transgender person is thought to have been ineligible for the euthanasia program, which is available to persons with incurable illnesses or impairments because there are ways to lessen the discomfort from the sex change surgery.

Opponents claim that the case has illustrated the dangers of transgender surgery and Canada’s 2021 liberalization of euthanasia rules, which paved the way for an estimated 13,500 state-sponsored suicides in 2018, up from 10,064 in 2021.

Campaigners worry that more people like Cardinal may apply for the program rather than the typically terminally sick patients.

Cardinal contended that the only remaining alternative is euthanasia because the numbing cream administered did not reduce the anguish brought on by the artificial ‘vagina’ that was surgically created.

“I’m not getting any better and nor am I experiencing better medical care, or any medical care,” Cardinal said. “It’s so captured by gender ideologies, that they care more about my pronouns.”

A vocal opponent of the radical LGBT ideology, the post-op transsexual has cautioned that children and other vulnerable Canadians, such as Cardinal’s native population, are prone to “falling prey to a trend that is medicalized.”

“I do not agree with the current rhetoric of the trans community,” Cardinal said. “A lot of the so-called trans hate is fuelled by the trans community because we aren’t allowed to have honest and tough conversations.”

In a study published this month, researchers from the University of Florida and Brooks Rehabilitation claimed that 81% of persons who had sex change genital surgery in the previous five years reported having persistent pain for at least five years after the procedure.

Additionally, they discovered that 57% of patients said having a sexual experience after surgery was uncomfortable.

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