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Monday, September 10, 2018

Transgenderism is a mental illness

Thankfully, it's an illness you can recover from.

As the transgender craze continues to grow, more and more people are discovering that they've been sold a bill of goods. After "transitioning" from one gender to another, people begin to reverse the process and "detransition." PJ Media spoke with Walt Heyer, a man who identified as a woman for eight years, who has helped "literally thousands" rediscover their birth sex after living as transgender. One famous former transgender described transgenderism as "bullish*t." 
"In the ten years or so that I've worked with people, 100 percent — every single last one of them — has had some kind of event — traumatic, painful, horrible, some sexual, some physical, some emotional — happen to them, sometime between the ages of 4 and 15, that caused them to not want to be who they are," Heyer told PJ Media.
"If we look at the evidence, we're actually manufacturing transgender kids by affirming them and giving them makeup," he said. Worse, this often papers over deep psychological trauma, and the LGBT movement insists these people don't need therapy. 

Given that many of the LGBT community are gay because of trauma that happened in their childhood, but they now have their entire identity wrapped up in their sexuality, therapy that strips them of their chosen identity is considered bad.

"There's a lot of people out there who are desperate to get help," Heyer said. "The LGBT activists are not going to help them."

By their acts you shall know them.

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