Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Detransitioner to Sue Docs Who Performed Trans Surgeries on Her as Minor

'As an adult, I will never be able to breast-feed whatever children I will have...'

(Headline USA) A former transgender teenager announced this week that she plans to sue the healthcare providers who performed irreversible sex-change procedures on her while she was a minor.

Chloe Cole, a detransitioner who has spoken out against the transgender movement over the past year, was put on puberty blockers and started taking testosterone when she was 13-years-old. She then underwent a double mastectomy at 15-years-old, only to detransition back to female at 16-years-old.

Cole said her parents were made to believe that these irreversible treatments were the only way to prevent her from committing suicide, and blasted the medical professionals who pushed transition on her.

“[My parents] were concerned, and they wanted what was best for me, but they weren’t really sure what to do with me, so they sought professional help, and from then on, I was basically referred [to] in my gender identity without any questioning from any medical professionals, and they pushed transitioning as the way to treat gender dysphoria,” she told Fox News’s Tucker Carlson.

Cole said she is “devastated” by what has happened to her body.

“As an adult, I will never be able to breast-feed whatever children I will have. I don’t even know if, because I was put on puberty blockers and testosterone at only 13 years old, I don’t know if I’ll be able to conceive a child naturally,” she said. “I made an adult decision as a child.”

Cole revealed she’s going to sue the doctors who performed the “gender-affirming” double mastectomy on her.

“I want to hold the adults that put me in harm’s way accountable because what happened to me is horrible,” she said.

“But it also didn’t only happen to me, that’s the worst part,” she continued. “It’s happening to children all over the U.S., all over the West, and it’s spreading all over the world.”

She hopes her lawsuit becomes “a precedent for other people who have bene in my situation to find justice for themselves,” Cole added.

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