August 7, 2017
This is not a woman
If you don’t understand why anyone other than a kike would support this, just go to your search engine of choice and look up how much this “gender change” – self-mutilation in reality – costs. And then think that in most countries in north America and western Europe, it’s all coming out of your pocket.
Like many young women, Ria Cooper dreams of one day getting married and having children.
But the 23-year-old knows the odds are stacked against her.
Not only because she was born a boy, but because she has now switched gender an astonishing three times in her short life.
Ria – who was born Brad – became Britain’s youngest sex-swap patient at 15. Doctors controversially backed her belief she was a girl in a boy’s body.
HE! Not “she”, HE! He’s a fucking man! And he switched nothing, he was always a man and he’ll always be a man.
She was given blockers to stop her going through puberty, followed by injections of female hormones to impede face and chest hair and trigger the formation of breasts.
But with her life spiralling out of control as she struggled with her new identity – and the fears of never being accepted as a woman – Ria decided to transition back and live her life instead as a gay man.
Before having crucial surgery, she ended her treatment and became Brad again soon after her 18th birthday.
It turned her into the unwitting poster boy for those who claimed teenagers were too young to be given gender reassignment.
But five years on Ria is more certain than ever that is not the real her – and is making her second attempt at becoming a woman to have the future she always dreamed of.
She said: “I’ve always known I was female – it was everyone else who was confused, not me. I was wearing make-up and heels at the age of 12, there was no question.
When I was 6, I knew I was a wolf, and I howled all the time and even bit other kids. Good thing I wasn’t born in Britain, or else the (((doctors))) would’ve made sure I got fur implants and sent me to live in the fucking woods.
“But I felt under so much pressure from society that six years later I caved in. I was torn. I knew exactly who I was, but I also wanted to conform and be ‘normal’.
“Only now I realise that made me even more unhappy. Now I’m going to be me – and I hope I will finally be happy.”
“I was oppressed by narrow-minded people, but now I’m finally free to take orders from the washing machine.” – Some schizophrenic who was finally told to stop being “normal”.
For the record – none of these freaks ever become happy. You can’t be “happy” by embracing a disease – only by getting cured.
Stung by critics who accused her of “wasting” thousands of pounds of NHS cash on her abandoned transformation, Ria has vowed she will fund her own surgery.
She has paid £5,000 to get her dream 34EE breasts, and will have an op next year for her genital transformation.
But as well as finally finding peace, she hopes it will allow her to find the romance and the family she longs for.
Ria said: “One reason I switched back to being male was because I was worried I’d never find love as Ria.
“My past was always just too much for men to take on board when I transitioned the first time.
“They’d fall in love with me, knowing my background – but as soon as their friends found out, I’d be dumped. I began to doubt I would ever feel happy again.
They were perverts satisfying a perverted fantasy, but then ran away out of embarrassment whenever someone found out. Love had nothing to do with it.
When Ria became the youngest person in the UK to be prescribed female hormones, they played havoc with her mental health, sending her into a spiral of self-destruction.
By 18 she had twice attempted suicide. She had turned to drugs, gone through violent relationships and, to her regret, dabbled in prostitution.
At rock bottom, she decided to quit the hormones and go back to being Brad.
HE was already in a spiral of self-destruction. There is no other way to describe wanting to mutilate yourself like this. All the other things are just normal side effects.
“My mum Elaine let me dress as a woman. But whenever a male relative came round I’d wipe off the make-up and get back into boys’ clothes – I knew they wouldn’t approve.”
Where was the father???
Ria, who has already changed her passport to her female identity, had her counselling and assessments as a teen at the Tavistock gender identity clinic in London.
She says: “I know some people would say it was all too much, too young. But you know your own mind. You know when you’re living life in the wrong body.
You don’t when you’re mentally ill…
Even finding work has been difficult – she claims she lost a care home job after they found she was transgender.
“They said if I left the lid up when I went to the toilet, I’d confuse the clients. It’s just ridiculous.
“When I confronted the boss she admitted she’d seen the documentary and didn’t want me there. What can you do?” Ria now hopes to open a beauty salon for transgender people. But above all, she is desperate to have a family.
“I’d love a child of my own,” she says. “I’d love to have a baby to cuddle and love and look after as they grow up. It’s not going to happen overnight, I know that. But I can dream can’t I?”
So destroying your own life isn’t enough? You want to do the same for some poor kid?
Look, if you’re one of these people, and you live in the English-speaking world – just kill yourself. You’re sick, you’re never gonna feel better by embracing the sickness, and the kikes have made sure you can’t get any real help even if you want to. Suicide is the best option you have, for both yourself and everybody around you.