How is this not a cult?

“Could I be MtF?” asks a 14 year old male in the middle of puberty: He’s not unhappy with his male body, in fact he explicitly says he’s happy with it.

This is how fast it can happen. In days. How does a teen go from “I’m happy in my body” to “I NEED black market hormones to transition” in a week?

…because that’s how teen brains work: instant gratification. Lack of insight. Planning, judgment, the ability to consider future consequences, and self monitoring are simply not mapped into the neurons yet.

Then why is it—WHY—that the cutting edge in trans thinking and activism now is that “gatekeeping” is awful; that people shouldn’t have to wait at all for treatment; that “informed consent” is enough, and we need to let people start hormones and initiate surgery even younger? ACCESS is the magic word now.

When will the medical and psychological professions wake up?

The linked website, “Transgender Reality: What trans people are really saying online”,  is an important resource that I hope will gain a lot more followers. There is an actual process of indoctrination going on on the Internet, and most liberal parents are simply unaware of its power and reach.

4 thoughts on “How is this not a cult?

  1. The medical and psychological professionals have already woken up. A physician who prescribes HRT for a patient doesn’t have to worry about that patient overdosing on black market medications. The risk of a patient regretting some breast growth or facial hair growth is less concerning than the risk of a depressed and desperate patient turning to the black market and/or self-harming.

    Control, control, control… :/


  2. Pingback: The Trans Cult and Gender Hypochondria : The Other McCain

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