How Quickly It Happens

Remember being a teenager?  A crush you’d had for a week felt like it had lasted forever and probably meant you should marry the person, the new political idea you had was the one true belief, and so on.  In teenage world, emotions run high and obsessions develop quickly.  Watch what happens:


In this post from two months ago, a gay teenage boy talks about his high school ex-boyfriend who now has a girlfriend.

That’s pretty tough stuff for a high schooler to deal with–and it only gets tougher when the ex starts kissing his female best friend in front of him, a little less than a month ago:


“I’ll never have that with him,” he thinks.  He’s sad–who wouldn’t be?

But then comes the next phase–just five days later, this child, who previously has referred to himself only as a guy or a male, says this:


Now, he’s transgender–mentioned only for the first time.  But he’s still confused:


Note the lack of desire to transition, just wishing he had a higher voice, not wanting to even shave or have female sex characteristics.  This is a boy who is grieving the loss of an early relationship and realizing that the boy he was in a relationship with preferred girls–and he is endeavoring to become a girl.  It would be heartbreaking enough … but none of the people in the groups he goes into mentions this.  No one talks to him about adolescent heartbreak, or how it can make us wish we were different people just so the person we were crushing on would love us back.

Look what they tell him to do instead.


Yup.  The solution proposed to this kid’s heartbreak and jealousy, here, is to start acting more and more feminine.  And look what it does–look what this child is saying TWO DAYS after people suggest these coping methods, and four days after saying he was comfortable with his genitals, did not want to shave, et cetera:


That’s how long it takes, folks.  That’s how long it takes a young child who doesn’t mind his body–who talks in earlier posts about how he doesn’t mind his height, doesn’t want to change his body, and more–to decide that permanent, irreversible bodily changes are necessary for his continued survival and happiness.

It only takes a few days, when a child is caught in the right psychological place, and transgender people on websites like Reddit are eager to guide them toward transgender ideology as a solution to their problems.  Instead, it leads to increasing body dysmorphia/dysphoria (more on that later–many people in these groups have even noticed that when they leave the groups temporarily or permanently, their dysphoric feelings are eliminated) and suicidal ideation.

This is far, far, far from the only case.  This is happening every day.  And we’ll be documenting it.

The purposes and aims of this website

In recent years, the transgender community has started advancing an ideology that creates psychological distress, especially in young people.  While trans activists in the news media (like Janet Mock and Laverne Cox) talk about transgender issues in a way that makes them sound tame, the reality is different once gender questioning and confused individuals make their way to trans groups online.

In these groups, teenagers who feel uncomfortable with their bodies and adults with depression and anxiety are coached–yes, coached–into thinking the source of their discomfort is a lifelong dysphoria that can only be corrected via sterilizing cross-sex hormones and, often, disfiguring surgeries.

You may not believe that this coaching or recruitment happens, or maybe you’ve already had experience with it.  Either way, this blog aims to show evidence that transgender groups online are actively recruiting children, pressuring children and young adults to make irreversible bodily changes as young as possible, and turning them away from any family members or friends who do not support every aspect of transgender ideology.

While many transgender people in the offline world just want to live their lives quietly and free from interference, transgender ideology online is rapidly showing indications of becoming a cult, complete with suicides for the cause and self-mutilation and castration.  If you are a parent of a newly gender questioning or transgender teenager, you need to be aware of what these online transgender groups are telling your child:

  • That their current discomfort with their growing, changing body means they will never be happy without hormones and possibly surgeries
  • That their natural puberty is poisoning their body and will prevent them from ever becoming the person they want to be
  • That normal childhood transgressions of gender norms (a boy playing with dolls, for instance) indicates a lifelong desire to be the opposite sex
  • That suicide can be preferable to starting hormones after puberty
  • That suicide can be a valid political act, or a good way to show parents and others that the transgender movement or your pronoun choice is serious
  • That being aroused by wearing women’s clothing means you are transgender and require a lifetime of hormone therapy and possible surgeries
  • That parents who “misgender” their child or call them by a name or pronoun other than their chosen one are being abusive and/or forcing their child to kill him or herself
  • That teens and young adults should stop listening to anyone in their life who expresses concern over their transition or believes they may be fixating on gender transition for the wrong reasons

This blog will show evidence for this and so much more that you won’t believe until you see it.  This is the real face of transgender activism online.  This is what your child got sucked into.  We’ll talk about deprogramming tips, later, too, but for now, this is our advice:

If your child thinks he or she is transgender, get them away from the internet and back into reality.  Whether your child decides to go through with transition or not, the ideology of transgender activism online is toxic and leads to depression, self-harm, and suicide.