• April 13, 2024

He Asked Them To Get A Sex Change, And Now He’s Asking Them To End It…

 He Asked Them To Get A Sex Change, And Now He’s Asking Them To End  It…

Canada continues to devolve into a dystopia.

After a botched sex change procedure, a man is now requesting assisted suicide.

Both are supported by the Canadian government and are funded by taxpayers.

A 14-year-old biological male and post-op transsexual requested eligibility for Canada’s euthanasia program Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD).

A Twitter user named Duchess Lois tweeted:

 

The male-to-female transgender went on to say:

“If I could turn back time and do my transition all over again with the knowledge that I have today, would I?

That would be something. I wouldn’t have allowed the system to rush me into a surgery that I wasn’t yet ready for. One that resulted in my sterilization.

The last couple of years were very intense medically for me. When I experienced depth loss in June 2021, I had to add a second dilation to my weekly routine to help myself. The doctor wasn’t concerned as she put it, ‘we as females experience vaginal atrophy.

2022 came! I was referred to the Lois Hole Hospital for Women (about my hole). It was a phone consultation, nothing more!! I was relabelled [sic] from homosexual to asexual by that doctor?!

Then came June 2022. I experienced a rare event of a confusional [sic] migraine that lasted 22 days and during that time I had forgot which genitalia I had and it caused so much stress and I was in and out of the hospital and I tried to raise this concern with several doctors… It was brushed off! I was so confused as to why I didn’t have a penis anymore!! That was the tipping point for me. It’s what changed my life and mind that I can no longer trust this medical system that is captured by gender identity ideologies. It has killed the Indian.”

He has since been told that he does qualify.

“I talked to my doctor, and I qualify. She is referring me to the m.a.i.d team.

We talked about my concerns as someone with vaginoplasty and long-term maintenance. I do not want to get old in this body.

We also talked about my previous regrets of having surgery so young. And the cultural impacts of me being who I am as a first nations person. I told her I became a statistic.”

The Canadian government has made assisted suicide available to terminally ill adults since 2016.

The law was changed in 2021 to include those with serious physical conditions, even if they were not life-threatening.

There have now been cases of people requesting assisted suicide due to factors such as poverty, homelessness, and a lack of medical care.

Some people are pushed to choose death, as in the case of Christine Gauthier, a 52-year-old retired corporal who competed in the Rio De Janeiro Paralympics in 2016.

She had asked Veteran Affairs for assistance in getting a wheelchair lift installed but instead was given a suicide kit.

In a promotional video, La Maison Simmons, a Canadian fashion company, promoted the “beauty” of voluntary euthanasia.

Using the voice of Jennifer Hatch, 37, who requested euthanasia after a battle with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

The Canadian government continues to cut through its own red tape offering little thought to its ethical obligations.

Their only focus continues to be bowing to societal fads.

And now it is not just costing Canadians their tax dollars, it is also costing them their lives.

 

 

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