A Review of Trans Life Survivors By Walt Heyer

Feb 11, 2019 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, Culture Watch:

There have always been growth areas – areas in which some service or industry booms and a lot of money is made. Think of the self-storage business for example, or more recently, tattoo-removalists. Another such new boom industry is emerging: detransitioning.

This refers to the trans movement of course, where someone has transitioned to the sex they were not born with. That can include radical things like sex reassignment surgery, etc. But many find this was not the panacea they were hoping for, so they detransition – they seek to go back to their natal sex.

One person who knows all about this is Walt Heyer. He was born male, transitioned to female at age 42, and lived that way for eight years. He then detransitioned, and has since been helping others in this area. He has already penned a number of important books on this issue, including his 2013 volume, Gender, Lies and Suicide.

His brand-new book is a must read. It tells the stories of around 30 people who have been there and done that – they have transitioned, and now deeply regret that decision, and have or are in the process of detransitioning. No one can remain unmoved as they read these horror stories of people who may have had mental, psychological and emotional problems, only to have things made much worse by the activists and the medical community.

The simple truth is, pretending you can alter your actual sex is as much of a lie as it is a fool’s paradise. It changes none of the underlying issues and problems that really need to be dealt with. No amount of puberty blockers, cross-sex hormone therapy, or gender reassignment surgery, can overcome the real problems.

And these untreated issues include depression, childhood abuse and neglect, phobias and adjustment disorders. These are what must be looked at and dealt with. But an entire industry has sprung up which rushes through physical and cosmetic ‘solutions’ to these much deeper problems.

Any one of these stories should wake us up to the tragic human toll the “gender experts” are inflicting on so many people, including so many vulnerable young people. Indeed, I wish I could share them all, but let me highlight just a few.

One admittedly extreme story is well worth sharing. It concerns Blair, a poor guy who had 167 surgeries in 18 years from 1987 to 2005, costing him over $220,000! He actually even won the Guinness World Record for the most gender reassignment surgeries. Says Heyer, this was “a blatant disregard for Blair’s physical and emotional wellbeing.” He continues:

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