Study Confirms Suicide Rate Doubles For Trans Women Who Receive Vaginoplasty

March 13th, 2024 10:34 AM

I hate to say it  - but this isn’t shocking information.

A study published in The Journal of Urology indicated that the attempted-suicide rate among transgender women, so men, was twice as high after those “women” received a vaginoplasty than before. That’s right, it appears that surgically harming yourself doesn’t solve depression.

Journalist Benjamin Ryan tweeted about the study on Monday and pointed out how gender-transition treatment isn’t life saving. Though the study is from 2021, this is the first many of us have heard about it, likely because it’s results point out the fact that these treatments are the opposite of “care.”

Researchers analyzed data on 868 people who got their penis turned into a “vagina.” I placed air quotes around that word because the only one who can actually make a vagina is God. Nonetheless, the study also looked at 357 people who did the reverse and got their vagina turned into a “penis.”

“Among those receiving a vaginoplasty, the rate of suicide attempts was twice as high after the surgery, at 3.3%, compared with before, at 1.5%,” Ryan wrote on X.

This makes total sense. If I cut off my genitalia, I’d probably be suicidal too.

Other than suicide rates, the study indicates that patients who experience a vaginoplasty have other complications as well. The study refers to these people as having an “adult acquired buried penis (AABP). “Patients living with AABP experience profound negative impacts on quality of life including urinary and sexual function, social life, and mental health,” the study pointed out before emphasizing that these types of patients are worse off after receiving such “care.”

Rates of psychiatric emergencies are high both before and after gender affirming surgery. Although both the phalloplasty and vaginoplasty patients have similar overall rates of psychiatric encounters, suicide attempts are more common in the later. In fact, our observed rate of suicide attempts in the phalloplasty group is actually similar to the general population, while the vaginoplasty group's rate is more than double that of the general population. Patients undergoing GAS [Gender-Affirming Surgery] with a history of prior psychiatric emergences or feminizing  transition  are  at  higher  risk  and  should be counseled appropriately.

The results of this study should be shared everywhere so the public is made aware of the fact that we’ve been touting this whole time: Healthcare shouldn’t cause harm. If it does, it’s not “care.”

Then again, it wouldn’t surprise me if, even knowing the results of this study, the left chooses to ignore the facts to push their agendas and pro-trans ideologies. After all, that's what they're best at.