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BOMBSHELL STUDY: Reveals Trans Youths Outgrow It, But Then HOW Do They Go Back?


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The Establishment seeks to push a fad on the kids that has irreparable, irreversible damages.

And what if that’s just what it is?

A fad?

Something that these kids will just grow out of?

Turns out there’s a new study in Germany that points to just that.

“Born that way!” Doesn’t seem that way.

Indoctrination is more likely.

The study came out in Germany that shows how a massive majority of the youth that claim to be ‘trans’ grow out of the fad within 5 years.

I’m wondering if the Establishment knew that.

Would that explain the Establishment’s rush to push kids to get surgery, knowing they only have a short 5 year window, before the kid comes to their senses and then they lose a medical surgery customer?

“They’ve admitted they’re trans? Quick! Do the surgery! We don’t have much time!”

Would that explain the hard push to recruit more kids to the trans life via corporations like Disney and Target, because they knew the trans cult is bleeding members so they have to keep replenishing?

Gateway Pundit reports:

A massive, years-long study shows the overwhelming majority of young people who identify as transgender will grow out of the diagnosis within five years. Researchers, who tracked all children and young adults diagnosed with gender dysphoria over a nine-year period, found a similar supermajority of trans people suffered from at least one other psychological condition.

The Central Institute for Statutory Health Insurance in Germany reviewed all the medical billing records from the nation’s health care providers for insured people between the ages of five and 24 diagnosed with gender identity disorders from 2013 to 2022.

Researchers then combed through the data to identify trends in the number of children and adolescents diagnosed with transgenderism, including the prevalence, demographics, and duration of those struggling with their gender identity.

Two out of three young people medically diagnosed with gender dysphoria will no longer identify as a member of the opposite sex within five years. Researchers found overall that 63.6 percent of trans children and adolescents desisted from their clinically-confirmed gender diagnosis, and “only 36.4 percent had a confirmed [gender identity disorder] diagnosis after five years.”

Experts found the majority of all people who identified as transgender desisted during that time frame. The most likely group to change its mind is 15- to -19-year-old females, with 72.7 percent desisting. But a majority (50.3 percent) of young men who came to their transgender identity in adulthood (males age 20-24) also desisted in five years.

Similarly, nearly three quarters of young people who identify as transgender (72.4 percent) had at least one other psychiatric condition.

Trans young people were most likely to suffer from depressive disorders — an outright majority of females (57.5 percent) and about half of males (49.3 percent, female), as well as “anxiety disorders (23.5 percent/34.0 percent), emotionally unstable personality disorders of the borderline type (12.1 percent/17.6 percent), attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (12.7 percent/12.6 percent), and post-traumatic stress disorder (9.9 percent/13.6 percent).”

“With regard to psychiatric comorbidities, our results are consistent with the literature, at least for depressive disorders,” they note.

The number of young people identified with gender identity disorders rose by 780 percent. Although they note some of this increase is due to the way the condition is coded, correcting for this still shows a nearly three-fold increase in transgender diagnoses (289 percent).

They pointed out that other studies show similar increases in the number of doctors identifying young people as transgender, ranging from 280 percent to an incredible 1,019 percent.

“In almost all years, the highest prevalence of” transgender-related diagnoses “were found in the age group of 15- to 19-year-old female adolescents,” they noted.

Researchers say the reason for this spike could vary from “real increase in prevalence” and “increased awareness, decreasing stigmatization” to “social contagion” or “overdiagnosis.”

 

To lear more about the history of transgenderism and how we got to where we are now, you have to go back and study the Weimar Republic.

It’s something that’s conveniently left out of the history books in schools.

This is a rough video of someone who regrets what they’ve done.



 

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