Former transgender drops TRUTH BOMB on Trump’s ban


For 8-years, Walt Heyer – who was born a man – spent his life as a transgender woman.

Heyer underwent a sex change operation, was fully “reassigned”, but then something happened. Heyer began to regret his decision, and has accepted the gender of his birth.

Today, through his website and his blog, Heyer raises public awareness about those who undergo a sex change, then regret it, and are left to deal with the tragic consequences as a result.

This all piggybacking on the heels of President Donald Trump’s announcement Wednesday morning that he was going to reverse Barack Obama’s decision to allow transgenders enlist and serve in the military.

On Heyer’s website – – Heyer says nearly 20% of transgenders have regret sex changes. Backing it up with science, researchers even say that sex changes are not effective:

The review of more than 100 international medical studies of “post-operative” transsexuals finds up to 20% regret transitioning and no conclusive evidence was found that shows gender reassignment surgery improves the lives of transsexuals, with many people remaining severely distressed and even suicidal after the operation.

One prominent psychiatrist who speaks from a scientific perspective about gender dysphoria says:

The medical treatment of delusions, psychosis or emotional happiness is not by surgery.”

Pretty incredible since we’re all made to believe that sex reassignment surgeries are what transgenders want and need… only to find out they probably don’t need it, since they’ll soon come to regret it!

In several of Heyer’s interviews, he reveals the deep dark problem… society is pushing people towards sex changes saying:

“The surgery fixed nothing – it only masked and exacerbated deeper psychological problems. If more people were aware of the dark and troubled history of sex-reassignment surgery, perhaps we wouldn’t be so quick to push people toward it. We need to be mindful that the Church is a hospital for broken people. And as such, we need to be the people who administer assistance and guidance to those people who are suffering. We don’t want to leave them where they are. We want them to be healed and find the source of Christ in their life so they can be restored the way I have been.”

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