As lying leftist radicals continue to scream that children are not being mutilated in the name of their insane LGBTQ agenda, one teen who experienced that abuse first-hand is proving them dead wrong - and now, she's taking her battle to court.
At just 18 years old, Chloe Cole has become one of the most notable voices speaking out against "trans-ing" young children before they're even old enough to vote, said she first began believing she was a boy at the age of 9, finally telling her parents about her struggles when she was 12. Scared and confused, her parents understandably sought the advice of mental health doctors and medical professionals, who told them that hormone therapy and gender surgery would fix their daughter's problem. Cole said that she and her family were told that without these permanently altering procedures, Cole ran the risk of committing suicide.
Cole then spent years taking prescribed hormone-altering puberty blockers before undergoing an irreversible double mastectomy at only 15 years old. At 17, after realizing she wasn't a boy after all, she began the painful process of returning to life as a female - but not without permanent scars.
Since then, Cole has traveled the country giving a voice to children who're being preyed upon by militant LGBTQ activists and their money-hungry partners in the medical industry. And now, she's bring suit against the hospital and doctors who she says pushed life-altering surgery as a way to treat her gender dysphoria as a young teen.
"[My parents] were concerned, and they wanted what was best for me, but they weren’t really sure what to do with me. So they sought professional help, and from then on, I was basically referred [to] in my gender identity without any questioning from any medical professionals, and they pushed transitioning as the way to treat gender dysphoria," Cole told Fox News' Tucker Carlson this week.
She said she mourns the future she could have had if medical "experts" hadn't been so quick to recommend mutilation as the answer to her mental health problems.
"As an adult, I will never be able to breast-feed whatever children I will have. I don’t even know if, because I was put on puberty blockers and testosterone at only 13 years old, I don’t know if I’ll be able to conceive a child naturally," she said. "I made an adult decision as a child."
"I want to hold the adults that put me in harm’s way accountable because what happened to me is horrible, but it also didn’t only happen to me, that’s the worst part. It’s happening to children all over the U.S., all over the West, and it’s spreading all over the world," Cole added.
With the help of attorney Harmeet Dhillon with the Center for American Liberty, Cole is suing for medical malpractice, saying she wants to "set a precedent" for other children who suffer this kind of child abuse at the hands of adults.