Why is having female-like features reducing to a wound in this article, as if the female body were something inherently broken?
Great new article by Stella Morabito in The Federalist: Trouble In Transtopia: Murmurs Of Sex Change Regret
As I have probably said before on this blog: “Coming back” to “being a man” (i.e. to snap out of the transgender delusion and stop pretending that I was a woman) was much more difficult emotionally than it was “going into” that lifestyle. I have been exceptionally fortunate inasmuch as I have close family, good friends, good job, good colleagues. Imagine how difficult it must be for those poor souls who profoundly question what they have done to their bodies and to their lives, but who lack such a robust support network. I can easily understand why, even in hyper-liberal Sweden, post-operation transsexuals are at 19 times higher hazard of suicide than ordinary people:
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