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British man ready for THIRD sex change operation

By Marshall Connolly (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)
8/7/2017 (1 year ago)
Catholic Online (https://www.catholic.org)

Gender is assigned by DNA, not surgery.

A 23-year old man living in Britain has opted for his third sex change.

This cannot change your gender.

This cannot change your gender.

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By Marshall Connolly (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)
Catholic Online (https://www.catholic.org)
8/7/2017 (1 year ago)

Published in Health

Keywords: Gender, transgender, Britian, sex, change, surgery


LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) -- A 23-year old man in Britain has opted for a third sex change, and vows to pay for it himself, instead of asking the socialist healthcare system to pay for it.

Born male, Brad Cooper became Britain's youngest sex-change patient when he underwent surgery to make himself look and feel like a woman. Hormone blockers prevented puberty, and female hormones grew breasts. Brad changed his name to Ria, and became a public figure, although with a dubious reputation.


Brad said he knew something was wrong at the age of 12 when he would wear makeup and women's heels. He also attempted suicide twice. His mother

As a man, living as a woman, Brad, now Ria, found it difficult to date and form relationships. Men would show interest only to learn the truth, and be driven away. Unable to find happiness as a woman, Brad underwent surgery to live as a male. At the age of 18, Brad now tried living as a gay man.

Brad has not found happiness as a gay man either, and now seeks to live as a woman once more. He has had surgery, paid for out of pocket, to form breasts, 34EE, and wears makeup.

Brad, who has also been called Ria, or Ryan, as a gender neutral option, believes he is bi-gender, that is, having two genders at once, both male and female. He is attracted to men. He also wants to have a baby and a family someday.

Unfortunately, sex is determined by one's DNA. It cannot be changed, not ever. No surgery can reverse what is hard-coded into every cell of the body.

Instead, people suffer from disordered sexual identities and appetites, and these are normalized by secular society which claims people are simply a different gender than what they are born. This condition is serious and significant, and leads to tragedy, often in the form of suicide.

So far, society continues to struggle with solutions to this problem. Part of the reason for the struggle is that we insist on normalizing the behavior as opposed to understand it and working with people to help them accept their bodies as God created them. Mutilation does not make a person's gender change.

As long as we focus on normalizing deviant behavior and insisting that it is natural for humans to change their gender, and we ignore the problems this creates, we will not be able to stop suicides and other psychological problems that come with transgenderism.

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