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I do not yet know if I’m capable of carrying a child to full term. In fact even the doctors who put my on puberty blockers do not know.

Chloe Cole

Chloe Cole was an awkward child growing up, struggling to fit in when she began identifying as transgender. She started puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones (testosterone) at 13 years old. She had her breasts removed at age 15, and detransitioned at 16. Now 18, she advocates for the protection of vulnerable young people from the harms of transgender ideology in medicine.

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The human body was not meant for these science experiments.

Helena Kerschner

Helena Kerschner discovered 'trans' online during her teens while severely depressed, isolated and suffering from trauma and body issues. She started taking testosterone and embracing a 'male' identity more and more only to find her underlying issues of depression, anxiety, mood swings, and unhappiness worsen. She came to the realisation that she had been sold a lie and decided to detransition. She now fights to end the disastrous 'gender-affirmative model' that harmed her so badly. Her full story is one every parent ought to read. It can be found on her Substack page, titled By Any Other Name.

 

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I think that in Australia there are hundreds of people like me who now regret it... And I think that soon there will be thousands.

Ollie Davies

Ollie is a Melbourne man who at the age of 26 came to believe he was a trans-woman. He was placed on cross sex hormones which have since made him infertile. He later detransitioned after coming to understand his identity issues were not helped by transition. Ollie believes – based on his personal experience – that the Australian Standards of Care are far too relaxed when diagnosing and treating gender dysphoria.

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"I feel like I’m just left to accept the scraps of the life I could have had… If I just would have waited."

Jalisa Vine

Jalisa lived as transgender for eight years. She had a double mastectomy, hysterectomy, and bottom surgery. One day she realised she had made a terrible mistake, coming to understand that her body was never the problem, her mind was. She has recently detransitioned but is having to live with the daily reality of what doctors allowed her to do to herself.

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Medicalised gender transitioning was a very temporary, superficial fix for a very complex identity issue. I was an unhappy girl who needed help. Instead, I was treated like an experiment.

Keira Bell

Keira Bell was a key whistleblower in the UK's Tavistock gender clinic court case which saw the court decide that minors were not mature enough to provide informed consent to 'gender-affirming treatments' such as puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and surgery.