Pre-Teen Boy Begins Gender Transition, Then The UNTHINKABLE Happens


At the age of 10, Patrick Mitchelle of Australian didn’t believe he was like the other kids… in fact, he believed himself to be transgender. Now, at the age of 12, young Mitchelle is the subject of an upcoming Australian “60 Minutes where the topic is that he no longer wants to be a girl.

I mean… duh, right?

Doctors actually diagnosed this young boy with “gender dysphoria” and he begged and pleaded with his mom to let him start the transition.

“You wish you could just change everything about you, you just see any girl and you say I’d kill to be like that,” Mitchell says in the interview.

“In the beginning of 2017, teachers at school began to refer to him as a girl which triggered Mitchell to question if he had made the right decision,” the Independent added.

Now… despite two years of being on hormones Patrick Mitchelle has had some time to consider what he was going through and has decided that he does want to be a boy.

“I began to realize I was actually comfortable in my body. Every day I just felt better,” Mitchell said.

It should be noted that most every major health-based organization such as the American Psychiatric Association (APA)  as well as the World Health Organization (WHO) sees gender dysphoria as a mental health issue.

This is an even bigger issue if you ask me. You didn’t but I’m going to go into it anyway. This isn’t just a one-time thing. There are stories all over about this sort of thing. We, as a society, place several strict moral compasses on our youth but these liberals tell literal children that if they want to be the opposite sex they can be? Doesn’t that seem weird? The latter… not the former, lol.

How can we take any liberal who allows this sort of behavior seriously? I only hope this young boy has gotten out of it too soon and isn’t messed up psychologically.

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