If you have been wondering what happens to transgender men on a psychological level, we have the answers.
Deep down are they really women, or have they secretly been suffering from serious mental disorders? A Johns Hopkins psychiatrist has come up with the exact details about the truth of what is really happening on a mental level with transgenders.
During 2016, one of the Witherspoon Institute’s doctors who had been later shut down, was on board with pioneering sex-change surgery clinics in the United States. He claims that it is a certain verifiable truth “transgendered men do not become women, nor do transgendered women become men.” The Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Paul R. McHugh was also part of the psychiatrist-in-chief who helped to lay the groundwork for sex change operations during 1975 to 2001. He has explained how these individuals suffer after the change from a serious identity disorder.
In 1979, Dr. Paul R. McHugh made the decision to halt operations after he saw what science had to say about those suffering from what we now call gender identity disorder — and it’s decidedly different than what the left would have you believe.
Jon Meyer, who headed up the university hospital’s Sexual Behaviors Consultation Unit, studied a small sample of patients who had undergone sex change surgery. According to the Baltimore Sun, he found that while the surgical procedure may be “subjectively satisfying” for patients, there was “no objective advantage in terms of social rehabilitation.”
McHugh seems to know precisely about which he speaks. The bottom line is that trans men are merely effeminate males.
“With these facts in hand,” McHugh wrote, “I concluded that Hopkins was fundamentally cooperating with a mental illness.”
Almost 40 years after he shut Johns Hopkins’ operation down, McHugh still believes that transgenderism is fundamentally an illness — and one that the media is enabling.
“The idea that one’s sex is fluid and a matter open to choice runs unquestioned through our culture and is reflected everywhere in the media, the theater, the classroom, and in many medical clinics,” McHugh wrote in the 2016 piece.
“It has taken on cult-like features: its own special lingo, internet chat rooms providing slick answers to new recruits, and clubs for easy access to dresses and styles supporting the sex change. It is doing much damage to families, adolescents, and children and should be confronted as an opinion without biological foundation wherever it emerges.”
CNS News has more:
“Ten to 15 years after surgical reassignment, the suicide rate of those who had undergone sex-reassignment surgery rose to 20 times that of comparable peers,” said McHugh.
Nonetheless, the false “assumption that one’s sexual nature is misaligned with one’s biological sex,” can be treated with therapy and medication, said McHugh.
He further stressed that, “What is needed now is public clamor for coherent science—biological and therapeutic science—examining the real effects of these efforts to ‘support’ transgendering.”
“But gird your loins if you would confront this matter,” warned Dr. McHugh. “Hell hath no fury like a vested interest masquerading as a moral principle.”
Dr. McHugh’s article, Transgenderism: A Pathogenic Meme, can be read in full at the website of The Witherspoon Institute.