The 2018 book, Trans Life Survivors, shows the heavily populated other side of trans-surgery through collected email exchanges.
A recent NYC Higher Ground ministry meeting discussed transgenderism. The evening’s reading offers a helpful summary of the issues currently, for those looking for clear answers.
An attractive writer’s entertaining prose in the New York Times only thinly masks the harsh reality of his hopelessness. The stark confessions of our culture’s new kind of hero.
A few years ago, Tim was a troubled 20-something year old. One day Tim learned about transgenderism and thought, “This is it!” Tim became certain that living as the other gender was the answer to his troubles. So he changed his name to Darlene, marched down to the nearest doctor’s office and got a quick diagnosis of gender dysphoria, which allowed him to start taking hormones to make his body change. But Tim didn’t realize the trouble to his body that this would bring.
You knew it had to come eventually, right? Some gender dysphoric teen would eventually stop and ask, “Is altering my body, like these doctors are pressing me to do, really going to help me?” Or his parent will ask, “Is cutting parts off of him really going to add to him?” These questions you will increasingly hear, and not just from religious folk who tend to believe Genesis 1.
There is no shortage of stories in the media of how wonderful it is to transition from one sex to another. But the microphone never seems to be handed to the people who have done it and then come to see a better way for themselves. This lack has been addressed by Pure Passion Media/Mastering Life Ministries in their 105 …
Talk about regrets of folks who have transitioned to the gender opposite to their body of birth is liable to draw a blank stare from people today, maybe from you too. What? You have never heard of anybody regretting such a decision (or, more painfully, their parents’ decision) to adopt a self-chosen gender? You think that there are only stories …