The True Enemies of Transgenders
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Here's the facts: The true enemies of transgender identifying individuals are their supporters. :3

Transgender identifying individuals have a 20x higher suicide rate than any other demographic of people; but why is this?
Society? No.
Bullying? No.
Discrimination? No.
Family or peers? No.
Exclusion? No.

Answer: Unresolved dysphoria pre and post hormonal therapies and corrective surgeries.

How do you help a person kick an addictive habit: You support them into stopping what that are doing that is causing and worsening the problem, not support them into continuing it; which is what trans supporters do; they're effectively leading the
transgender identifying individuals to the noose.

Helping someone is helping them stop what is causing their problems, not encourage them.

History has shown that the best solution to resolving the transgender mental illness is natal sex therapy and watchful waiting.

M.


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when did congress start allowing cis people to be cis in public? seems kinda gross imo. you should keep that shit at home, I'm just saying, I don't want my kids to see cis people thinking it's okay...
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Well, people in general do not identify, or even care about "Cis". They do not care about social norms or made up terms, they get up in the morning, put on clothes that typically match and accommodate to their biology and go from there. Kind of like how women buy and wear pads and tampons, because they menstruate, and men go and work with their hands, as they do, as they have since day 1 of humanity.

Having children is heteronormative, as you would say, or as everyone else on earth say: Normal. :-D


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I'm just saying, I think cis people should just not... do that in public. I don't like it being shoved in my face. I'm not saying I don't support cis people but I just don't want to see it when I'm not expecting to. 
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In short: Normal people should not go about their lives being normal, unconsciously, like almost everyone else on earth.

I have a solution for you: Stay inside, unless you're willing to blend in and contribute to society. As is reasonable. :-)
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exactly, i just don't think cis people should leave their homes unless they plan on blending in. i know it's hard for them but i just don't want to see them being cis.
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You make yourself look the fool by changing the narrative kiddo, no one is going to fall for blatant redirection.
Stay home kiddo, until you learn to be a valuable member of society. :-)
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yeah it sucks. cis people can get rejected for jobs because they're cis! it sucks but i totally get it. don't be cis in the workplace, keep that at home. 
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And at work, and everywhere, as it's normal and automatically accepted. :-)
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shocking that social support and transitoning is considered to have overwhelmingly positive results and drastically reduce suicide attempts by literally every reputable medical org?
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I need only one fact to refute you entirely; an objective, long term study held by a very trans accepting nation, and long term follow up:
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic…

Case closed kiddo, with a flourish. ^^
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i swear youre actually braindead please get help. you constantly link same single study that uses cis people as the control group for post srs people, the methodology doesnt represent the point: its bad data bro the author has said this. 
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It's a 30 year study, bro. Do better. ;)

Here is what this study shows:

1. That the mortality rate of transgenders is higher than non identifying transgender individuals.
2. That hormonal therapy and corrective surgery is unique to this condition alone.
3. That all data in regards to the efficiency of hormonal therapy and corrective surgeries is insufficient and inadequate; several countries data incl.
4. That because of the rarity of transsexualism, the lack of patients willing to participate, the patients unwilling to follow up, the selective bias and the prevention of blind testing to avoid bias, there is absolutely no absolute or conclusive evidence that even remotely suggests that hormonal therapy and corrective surgeries are effective treatments to ongoing gender dysphoria.

Have a seat my little confused friend, you are out of your league. ^^

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do you know what bad data means? continuing to cite this study is invalid regardless of how long it was conducted. get a life. 

  get back to me after you “refute” all of these studies with no academic authority to do so. ;) whatweknow.inequality.cornell.…
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I understand, you are backed into a corner and cannot refute this 30 year study.
Of course, A bias article that ranged from 1991 and June 2017 and is not a national accredited 30 year study undertaken nationally and with immigration with international data resourcing.
Your article does not provide in depth information and data on how the current conclusions were made and where the data was resourced. Not even remotely good enough.
Sorry kiddo, but you're going to need something better than "It works because it works", because That's not bad data kiddo, that's embarrassingly poor resourcing. LOL.

By the way, my paper was written and published by members of WPATH. Oh shiiiiiiiiiiiiii...

Fix yourself. :-)
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go through the list of 75 studies and read them i encourage you. if u have more than 2 brain cells. 

also yes it is published by wpath members and its still, bad data. 
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2 brain cells; that's 2 more than you kiddo; and you're still ignoring a 30 year study and follow up. How unfortunate, but expected. :-)
From your articles:

This is the largest prospective study to follow a group of transgender patients with regards to QoL over continuous temporal measure points. Our results show that transgender women generally have a lower QoL (Quality of life) compared to the general population. GRS leads to an improvement in general well-being as a trend but over the long-term, QoL decreases slightly in line with that of the comparison group. Level of evidence: Level III, therapeutic study.

One male transsexual regretted the decision to change sex and had quit the process.
Two transsexuals had still not had any surgery due to older age or ambivalence. Overall, 68% (n = 13) had improved in at least two areas of functioning. In 3 cases (16%) outcome were judged as unsatisfactory and one of those regarded sex change as a failure. Another 3 patients were mainly unchanged after 5 years.

Although the impact of sex reassignment surgery on the self‐reported outcomes of transsexuals has been largely described, the data available regarding the impact of hormone therapy on the daily lives of these individuals are scarce.

There was no significant change in anxiety and depression scores in people with gender dysphoria (male to female) pre- and post-operatively.

Despite these positive results, the treatment of transsexualism is far from being perfect.

Long-term follow-up data on physical, mental and sexual functioning are lacking.

Transsexual women function well on a physical, emotional, psychological and social level. With respect to sexuality, they suffer from specific difficulties, especially concerning arousal, lubrication, and pain.

There are no quantitative assessments of the benefits of phalloplasty in a female transsexual population.

The post operative group showed higher depression ratings on the depression subscale of the GHQ.

There was improved satisfaction with genital appearance post-operatively, but satisfaction with relationships fell.

Self-perceived health compared to 1 year previously rose in the first post-operative year, after which it declined.

Conclusions: Hormone therapy interventions to improve the mental health and quality of life in transgender people with gender dysphoria have not been evaluated in controlled trials. Low quality evidence suggests that hormone therapy may lead to improvements in psychological functioning. Prospective controlled trials are needed to investigate the effects of hormone therapy on the mental health of transgender people.

And I can keep on going, and going, and going. LOL.

Referring to a 30 year whole national study with international resourcing as "Bad data" is an opinion; which is promptly rejected as you're just a kid and don't know what good data actually is. ^^

So, how may I refute you further? ^^
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