Transgender regret. A profound statement.
Transgenders have deep regret, are filled with remorse and commit suicide as a direct result of unnecessarily removing their genitalia in the name of treatment for gender issues.
Lives are damaged beyond repair by a completely unnecessary surgery. The last 30 years are littered with hundreds of untold stories, heart-wrenching, tragic stories, that the media has been unwilling to openly expose.
Transgender surgery easily parallels the history of lobotomy performed on the human brain between 1936 and 1986, which resulted in thousands of tragic stories of failure that the media was also unwilling to openly expose at that time. Let’s just call transgender surgery what it is: transgender lobotomy.
Recently ABC Nightline did a story called "Man to Woman and Back Again" where they made it sound as if the case of transition and back was extremely rare. Unfortunately, it is all too common. The only thing rare is the media reporting of it.
Also, take a look at this excerpt from a 1993 news story, and read the article. It's great reading.
'I AM a non-person, an 'it'. I have let them mutilate me. Far from solving my problems, the operation has made things worse.'
According to studies in America and Holland, around one in 20 post-operative transsexuals changes his or her mind after surgery, and around one in ten never adjusts and often becomes deeply depressed.
The failure of transgender lobotomy is not new. The surgical procedure remains unfortunate, unnecessary and irreversible. As a result, we see suicide, remorse and lives of regret.