Big Government, Big Media, Big Medicine: The Truth Behind ‘Clitoroplasty’ Surgery

When I see the videos of these young kids who are so-called “detransitioning,” I really do feel bad for them. Unlike St. Greta of Thunberg, they really have had their childhood stolen from them.

After all, everyone from the Oval Office all the way down to their own parents have been lying to them for years.

After a rather lively debate with a family member, I decided to look a little deeper into the whole detransitioning procedure.

Were my eyes opened. While I may not have a medical degree, I do know how to read and I can also smell bullshit when it’s right in front of me.

Unfortunately for me, all of the allegedly expert sources are the same ones who convinced parents that mutilating their own children was “the right thing to do.”

So, when I note whoever as the source, take it with a grain of salt. And also remind yourself to read between the lines.

First things first. I could give a hoot in hell if Johns Hopkins University claims they can “construct the vagina.”

Specifically, it’s Dr. Fan Liang who claims to have that particular expertise. Keep in mind that Dr. Liang is also the Medical Director for the Center for Transgender and Gender Expansive Health of Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Dr. Fan Liang.

She has no reason to kill her own cash cow, now would she? *Sarcasm, off*

Now we come to something called a vaginoplasty.

The esteemed folks at the Mayo Clinic note that in order to actually create a vagina, “skin can be taken from another area of the body or tissue from the colon may be used to create the vagina.”

Hmmm… so parts of your asshole are going to be used to make your new cootch? Color me skeptical.

But of course, none of this can happen until the dude has his penis, testicles and scrotum hacked off.

Keep in mind that the Mayo Clinic also warns;

Like any other type of major surgery, many types of feminizing surgery pose a risk of bleeding, infection and a reaction to anesthesia. Other complications might include:

  • Delayed wound healing
  • Fluid buildup beneath the skin, called seroma
  • Bruising, also called hematoma
  • Changes in skin sensation such as pain that doesn’t go away, tingling, reduced sensation or numbness
  • Damaged or dead body tissue — a condition known as tissue necrosis — such as in the vagina or labia
  • A blood clot in a deep vein, called deep vein thrombosis, or a blood clot in the lung, called pulmonary embolism
  • Development of an irregular connection between two body parts, called a fistula, such as between the bladder or bowel into the vagina
  • Urinary problems, such as incontinence
  • Pelvic floor problems
  • Permanent scarring
  • Loss of sexual pleasure or function
  • Worsening of a behavioral health problem

None of that sounds very pleasing, does it?

They also note, “To surgically create a clitoris, the tip of the penis and the nerves that supply it are used.” Period, full stop, end of story.

In light that the Mayo Clinic pretty much glazed over the construction of the clitoris (clitoroplasty) from the opposite end of a now surgically removed penis, my options were limited. So, I had to look elsewhere.

Luckily, the world-renown Cleveland Clinic gave the closest I could find to an objective definition (but they still put a happy face on a wangectomy;

Clitoroplasty is a somewhat controversial procedure, especially in adult women considering it for reasons of appearance. Some doctors think the risk of losing nerve sensation outweighs cosmetic benefits if the underlying condition is not causing pain.

More long-term studies of the successes of clitoroplasty are needed, especially in the cases of the procedure performed in young children.

From where I stand, is the juice worth the squeeze? Not only no, but hell no.

Just me, but if any given XY-American wants to go through this particular procedure, all you end up with is the fact that you will never have children, and the physical area between your pelvis and rectum is little more than an artificially created hole in your body that serves no useful purpose.

With that aside, I may not know who Chad Prather is, but I’m pretty sure he’s got all this gender/sexual identity nonsense figured out.

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