An Important Film – Transgender Regrets

I am currently involved with the Scottish Government concerning their proposed Gender Recognition Bill.  One fascinating proposal is that if you officially change you can only do so once.  Apparently you are free to change – but not to change back.  The Trans activists are doing their best to suppress the stories of Trans people with regrets so I thought I would post this film here whilst I can still can.  Worth watching these stories…very revealing.

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10 thoughts on “An Important Film – Transgender Regrets

  1. If the evidence of these three peoples lives is accepted as presented in this documentary, then it suggests that those who perform transgerder surgery whilst doing so in all good faith, are in point of fact adding to the problems of those who are experiencing gender /identity disforea.

    It is worthy of note that each witness stated on reflection that they recognised their problems were not physical but phycological and that consequently surgery did not cure or solve their problems. There is an interesting recurring theme that each person was as unhappy with themselves after their surgery as they were prior. A second sad theme of sexual abuse or traumatic experiences in childhood also appears to be a contributing factor in these folks difficulties in their adult lives. A theme Dr Michael Smith recognises can lead to difficulties in adulthood, specificly an unhappiness with self that manifests itself through abuse of alcohol and drugs as a way of alleviating the pain of emotional problems stemming from childhood. However a third notable theme in this film was that two out of three of the witness now seemed to find their identity not in themselves or there sexuality but Rather in God. It appears that these people have found an identity which has brought them peace.

    source: Dr Michael Smith, Greater Glasgow & Clyde NHS Health News 2013, page 3.
    http://www.nhsggc.org.uk/media/226869/nhsggc health news 2013 10-11.pdf

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  2. For me, the video shows that the few people interviewed have been disappointed by gender reassignment. I don’t really know a lot about this topic, but I see no reason to say that this is a general view. (On the other hand, it could be!)

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    1. All research on so called “desisters” i.e. those who wish to de-transform, has been shut down. There are many anecdotal cases, but no hard evidence. On this basis it is deeply irresponsible for the Governments to proceed without such crucial information.

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  3. One of the characters in the video admits that he often used to pretend to be a woman, and was frequently assaulted by men he had dated when they discovered that he was a man, not a woman. I hate to have to keep repeating this, but nobody seems to be taking the slightest notice of this one point that I made in 2004, and have been making ever since. That such decpetions take place, and are the purpose and essence of transgenderism.

    My objection to the Gender Recognition Act, when I took the Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs to court in 2005, in an attempt to prevent the implementation of the Gender Recognition Act, was the state’s enabling of gender fraud. The facts that to be trans is to commit gender fraud every social minute of every day, is my reason for being (if you like) “transphobic”. Because trans people inflict this harm, everywhere they go. They live a life of deceit. They want to deceive. The government thinks they have a right to deceive, and criminalised the unmasking of their deceit.

    The entire purpose of the transgender legislation is to make the state complicit in the perpetration of gender fraud.

    The man in the video who repeatedly dated other men, pretending to be a woman, was committing gender fraud, and inflicting upon his many victims a loss more serious than merely the loss of money that most victims of fraud suffer. It’s not surprising he got assaulted, after such provocation. He got assaulted not for “being trans”. He got assaulted for tricking people into emotional attachment and/or sexual contact, by pretending to be what he was not. He got assaulted for gender fraud.

    We need to re-prioritise our concerns. Above compassion for those who identify as trans, and at least on a par with our new concerns about trans propaganda in schools, we ought to repent of failing to oppose the Gender Recognition Bill and Act for the reason I opposed it in 2004 and 2005, that it is state-enabled gender fraud, of which the victim is every person tricked into thinking that this man is a woman, or that this woman is a man, and especially those deceived into romantic attachments and sexual activity and even same-sex marriage that they do not realise is same-sex marriage until it is too late, by state-enabled gender fraud.

    Transphobia is wisdom, because trans people are out to deceive us, as to what sex they are. They pose use the risk that they might succeed in this deception. That ought to be a crime.

    The present Gender Recognition Act provides that a man married to another man, who was deceived into this same-sex marriage by means of a government-issued, deliberately fraudulent birth certificate, is entitled to have annulled the fake marriage he had thought was real until he discovered the trick played on him. I consider it grievous to God that when I stood up in 2005 and said that this wasn’t good enough, that the government ought not to facilitate such deception in the first place, rather than merely allowing the victim an annulment when it happened, hardly anybody supported me. Still hardly anybody supports me in this stance to this day.

    My story is here:

    Should a bloke be allowed to know if his “girlfriend” (or “bride”) is also a bloke?
    https://johnallmanuk.wordpress.com/2017/07/08/gra/

    Only 2 people have ever commented on that post of mine. Few have clicked through to read the various court papers, in the High Court and the European Court of Human Rights.

    That is how little we care about the gender fraud abuse of innocent people, including potentially our own children and grandchildren on the part of men who lie that they are women and vice versa. Because we did not fight gender fraud for what it was in 2004 and 2005, and are still refusing to fight gender fraud for what it is, we look like bigots hidebound by the holy books of a Bronze Age religion again. If we started to fight transgenderism as the crime of gender fraud, which is what it is, we would be seen in a different light. We’d be taking the moral high ground.

    What God hates about transgenderism, is that it is a deceit, not only of the person committing the sin, but of every victim he or she comes into contact with and seeks to deceive. That is the elephant in the room that almost nobody is mentioning. If we don’t start at last to major on that point, we will deserve to be defeated, because we won’t be seeing transgenderism as God sees it, and calling it evil for the same reason that he calls it evil.

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    1. Of course you are right John that proactive Government complicity in facilitating an individual to commit fraud on unsuspecting people is an outrage.
      But it’s also a sign of our literal return to The city Lot ran from for his life. You will have to discern Gods purposes in this for yourself. He is sovereign and knows what he is doing even if we do not.
      I’m greatly encouraged to hear of all the efforts of Gods people to keep the light of the Gospel shining in these dark times.
      Don’t be discouraged or afraid, such things must come to pass. They are the birth pains that signify the end of one chapter and the beginning of the long awaited finally 😁
      We are strangers and refugees passing through on route to Glory. Whilst we are in this world, we are no longer of this world. So let us not be dismayed, but rather keep our focus on Him who is to Come.
      Come Lord Jesus Come.

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      1. What does the Bible say about cross-dressing / transvestism?
        https://www.gotquestions.org/cross-dressing-transvestism.html

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        Question: “What does the Bible say about cross-dressing / transvestism? Is transvestitism a sin?”

        Answer: Deuteronomy 22:5 deals with the issue cross-dressing / transvestism (men dressing in women’s clothing and vice versa). In this passage God commands that a woman is not to wear that which pertains to a man and a man is not to wear that which pertains to a woman, for all that do so are an “abomination.” The Hebrew word translated “abomination” means “a disgusting thing, abominable, in the ritual sense (of unclean food, idols, mixed marriages), in the ethical sense of wickedness.” Therefore, this is not simply God addressing the fact that a woman might put on a man’s garment or vice versa. Also, this is not a command that a woman should not wear pants/slacks as some use this passage to teach. The meaning here is that this “cross-dressing” and transvestism is done in order to deceive, or to present oneself as something that he/she is not. In other words, this speaks to a woman changing her dress and appearance so as to appear to be a man and a man changing his dress and appearance so as to appear to be a woman. This is the definition of cross-dressing or a transvestism.
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        Transvestism in public is simply low-tech transsexualism, in the absence of hormone and surgical treatments.

        Jesus referred to Satan as the father of lies. Makes sense to me.

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  4. John,

    I can assure you that I have been following this agenda and campaigning in every way I know to stop this madness, especially with regard to the deeply harmful effects on children and young people.
    I may not have “clicked” on your posts, but I have on many others.
    You are not alone.

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