NSFW disclaimer: the images contained below in this article are graphic and potentially disturbing. Nonetheless, they have news value because they depict the kind of barbarism that proponents of LGBTQ+++™ gender ideology support for children under the guise of “gender-affirming healthcare.” Proceed accordingly.
Much leftist political discourse related to gender ideology uses children as human shields, decrying Republican initiatives in states across the union to prevent child genital mutilation as “fascist” and decrying cutting “transgender” children off from “gender-affirming healthcare.”
But it’s not healthcare: it’s technology-facilitated mutilation.
Most normies not steeped in the gender ideology culture war don’t know what “gender-affirming healthcare” for children actually entails.
For male-to-female transitions, the most common procedure is called a vaginoplasty, meaning the surgical creation of an artificial “vagina,” which is not a vagina at all but a hole that is carved out and lined with the remnants of the amputated penis.
The most common vaginoplasty technique is some variation of the penile inversion procedure. In this technique, a vaginal vault is created between the rectum and the urethra, in the same location as a non-transgender female between the pelvic floor (Kegel) muscles, and the vaginal lining is created from penile skin.
As with any other surgical procedure, vaginoplasty techniques carry general risks, such as hemorrhage, infection, and anesthetic accidents. Severe scars may form as a result of vaginoplasty, making future corrective surgeries impossible, and also making the individual sensitive about the unsightliness of the perineum and vulva. Blood clots may form in the deep veins following surgery, called deep vein thrombosis…
Intestinal vaginoplasty is a major procedure, which may be followed by paralytic ileus, peritonitis, constipation, and difficulty in urination. It may be associated with excessive mucus production and can lead to having to wear a sanitary pad constantly.
You may go here to see the result of a botched vaginoplasty.
For female-to-male transitions, a mutilation procedure called a “phalloplasty” creates something called a “neopenis” made out of skin taken from the girl or woman’s forearm, thigh, or abdomen.
Via Medical News Today:
A phalloplasty uses grafted skin — usually from the arm, thigh, back, or abdomen — to form a neopenis. Doctors consider taking skin from the forearm to be the best option in penile construction.
Compared with a metoidioplasty, a phalloplasty results in a larger penis. However, this neopenis cannot become erect on its own.
Complications are common and often devastating:
Some complications of a metoidioplasty or phalloplasty include:
- urethral fistula — a tunneled connection that forms between the urethra and another part of the body
- urethral stricture — a narrowing that causes a blockage of urine flow within the urethra
A person who has had a phalloplasty may experience:
- scarring in the area where the graft was taken
- skin graft failure or tissue death
Here’s what the donor arm looks like after phalloplasty:
does this help?
the skin was removed to make Phalloplasty (fake p*nis). pic.twitter.com/fGyheNIWPH
— Yaya Muad (@yayamuad) May 28, 2023
I genuinely hope things go well for Jay, but there’s nothing gentle about major surgery. In fact it can be brutal.
Scott Newgent was banned from Twitter for talking about a botched phalloplasty & the many major health problems that resulted.@trevoices
Surgery Photos pic.twitter.com/UBjyk8GY3J
— 💚🤍💜Hoardosaurus 💚🤍💜 (@coccinellanovem) January 11, 2022
FOREARM PHALLOPLASTY FOR FEMALE TO MALE GENDER CONFIRMATION SURGERY pic.twitter.com/RYdCREfM81
— Citizen One (@MarkGraziano9) June 2, 2023
And here’s the damage to the genitals:
Another popular female-to-male mutilation procedure, euphemistically called “top surgery,” is mastectomy, meaning the removal of the mammary glands, or breasts. The procedure, in a saner time, was reserved for women suffering from breast cancer. Now it’s a fashion statement.
Elective cosmetic mastectomy, or “top surgery”, is a procedure designed to remove unwanted breast tissue in order to create a more masculine chest appearance. Alongside hormone therapy, top surgery is typically one of the first steps for patients who are transitioning from female to male; this may also be the only surgical procedure undergone by many transmen.
The procedure leaves permanent scars underneath the chest where the incision is made.
Ellen “Elliot” Page is showing off her double mastectomy scars, which makes her feel “trans joy”.
— ystrïya (we/us) (@yatakalam) May 13, 2023
Notice all the self-harm cuts all over this person’s arms & perhaps other places.
It’s almost as if there was a sign before the removal of this young woman’s breasts that something deeper could be wrong.
A double mastectomy is also self-harm/mutilation, just on a much larger &… pic.twitter.com/21YyqKruQj
— Haley Kennington (@ladykennington) March 28, 2023