In a documentary that might get RT de-platformed from YouTube, this amazing film goes deep into the minds of three men in their 60s who suffered from gender dysphoria, transitioned to female, got the surgery, took the hormones for years – and then decided to to transition back. Two are happily married, devout Christians and all three work to help people in their respective communities in the Southwestern US.
Of the three, two had been sexually abused as boys, leading one to comment, “I think it’s safe to say that when somebody has been…physically abused and sexually abused, that psychotherapy is the most-needed therapy, not hormones and surgery.”
Another now says, “Doctors who are honest will say that the gender dysphoria is always there…it starts out being about your anatomy but really, it’s [that] you don’t like yourself.”
One commenter on the YouTube page summed-up my concerns about pre-pubescent children who are being railroaded by this relentless trend into taking puberty-blocking drugs when he wrote, “There are a very small percentage of people that have legitimate gender issues. Unfortunately, this has become a cultural fad and by far the vast majority of trans people are on a societal bandwagon.”