True Stories of Escaping the Gender Ideology Cult
Transgender activists are all about speaking up—unless you regret your “transition” and have made the journey back. Then you’d better keep your mouth shut. But a compelling new book gives detransitioners a voice. And their testimony is unforgettable.
The number of teens and pre-teens persuaded they were born with the wrong body has exploded. Goaded by a toxic online “community” and assisted by teachers, doctors, and even their own parents, they are promptly set on the path of puberty-blockers, cross-sex hormones, and gruesome “gender-affirming” surgeries.
Media and activists insist that “transitioning” is the happy ending to these stories. But countless young people bear terrible emotional and physical scars. Adding to their anguish, the transgender community that once embraced them now wants to keep them quiet.
Now one fearless reporter, Mary Margaret Olohan, shares their stories. Based on in-depth personal interviews, Detrans exposes the unconscionable abuse these detransitioners have endured—manipulative therapy sessions, mental and emotional anguish, botched surgeries, and attempts to construct phantom body parts. Their testimonies reveal a truth so disturbing that transgender activists will do anything to hide it.
Detrans is indispensable evidence of the life-shattering power of gender ideology.
Published: May, 2024