#Detransawarenessday Trends on Twitter as Ex-Trans People Expose the Harm Caused by the Lifestyle

The hashtag #detransawarenessday is trending on Twitter as many courageous individuals come forward to share the horrors of the transgender lifestyle.

Detransition awareness day has become an annual event in order to highlight the struggles of individuals who were duped by LGBT propaganda and then subjected their bodies to drugging and even mutilation in certain circumstances. While not every transgender individual can return to their birth gender, some have been able to restore their bodies to their natural form.

Some of the posts from ex-trans people whose lives were negatively impacted due to LGBT propaganda can be seen here:

Others commented in solidarity with the detransitioners for fighting against bullying from the powerful LGBT lobby in order to speak their truth:

Big League Politics has reported on a growing movement of individuals who are detransitioning and urging others to resist the LGBT propaganda regarding gender:

A movement is building of hundreds of transgender individuals who desperately want to return to their birth sex after realizing they made a grave mistake with their transition, Sky News has reported.

The movement is starting in Britain, where a charity called The Detransition Advocacy Network is being set up to help people return to their birth sex. They intend to provide support to detransitioners against pressure from the rabid LGBT community that is actively recruiting to their dangerous lifestyle.

The creator of the group, 28-year-old Charlie Evans, has detransitioned publicly and notes that young and mentally ill people are being recruited by the LGBT agenda. These vulnerable groups are being coerced by LGBT activists into taking drugs such as puberty blockers and putting their genitals under the knife.

“I’m in communication with 19 and 20-year-olds who have had full gender reassignment surgery who wish they hadn’t, and their dysphoria hasn’t been relieved, they don’t feel better for it,” Evans told Sky News. “They don’t know what their options are now.”

“I think some of the common characteristics are that they tend to be around their mid-20s, they’re mostly female and mostly same-sex attracted, and often autistic as well,” said Evans, who called herself a man for almost a decade before returning to her birth gender.

After going public with her story, Evans has been deluged with hundreds of individuals who feel the same way she does. It has emboldened her to start the group, and encourage others to fight through the hatred and harassment from the intolerant LGBT community.

The LGBT movement may have overreached by pushing transgenderism.

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