A lesbian “mother” of two sons has decided to stop pushing transgenderism on them – but is the damage already done and irreversible?
To protect her identity, “Rose,” as the woman is calling herself in online blogs, was a self-described “social justice warrior” (SJW) who is “co-parenting” the two children with her female lesbian lover. Rose has since shed the SJW identity but continues to live as a lesbian woman.
Rose seems to be on the right track, though, as she has come to the stark realization that she was destroying – and possibly already did destroy – her sons’ lives. The boys are now growing up in confusion, having previously been told that they were genderless and raised in such a manner.
In a February 6 follow-up post to another she wrote back in August called “True Believer,” Rose explains her journey out of the transgender cult. (Related: The transgender cult loves to target and trick autistic and other vulnerable children into converting to transgenderism.)
“We raised both our sons as gender neutral as possible, with gender neutral clothes, toys, and language,” Rose writes.
“While we did use he / him pronouns and others in their life called them boys, we did not call them boys, or even tell them that they were boys. We made all language gender neutral.”
The one boy at around four years old started asking his “mom” whether he was a boy or a girl. She initially told him that decision was up to him, and has since stated that telling him this “would come back to haunt me for years, and continues to haunt me now.”
“What I know now is that I was ‘leading’ – I was leading my innocent, sensitive child down a path of lies that were a direct on-ramp to psychological damage and lifelong irreversible medical intervention,” Rose wrote in her follow-up, entitled “Return to Reality.”
“All in the name of love, acceptance, and liberation.”
Will Rose’s sons ever heal from the profound damage that she and her lesbian lover inflicted on them?
It took Rose a while to get there, but she now realizes that how she raised her sons all those years was a huge mistake. And it took a “huge cognitive shift,” she says, in order to come to the realization ” that I had believed that I was doing something ‘good,’ but that it was actually not based in reality.”
“That in reality, the track that I had put my son on would have ended in irreversible damage to him. Not my ‘transgender daughter,’” she writes. “My son.”
After leaving the transgender cult, Rose caught flack not only from the other members of that cult, but also from normal people on the other side of the argument who can see the potentially irreversible damage she caused to her two precious children.
Rose says that both of her sons “are doing very well” now, but that she does not fully “know the actual impacts of socializing a young child in these formative years as the opposite sex, or what all needs to unfold in the process of desistance.”
Rose still trusts that “time would heal,” though she admits it may not be as simple as that. She continues to feel profound anguish over what she did, and especially over the realization that she may, in fact, have already inflicted irreversible harm that can never fully be healed.
“I cannot change the past,” she says. “What I can do is share my story in hopes it can serve to pull one more brick out of the wall.”
by: Ethan Huff
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