Almost a decade ago, Chris Beck (56), a veteran of the elite US Navy SEALs, came out as transgender and transitioned to living as a woman. After retiring from the military, he started dressing as a woman in an attempt to “make his body match his identity”, ABC news wrote in 2013.
However, he has now detransitioned to being a man and in an interview with Robby Starbuck stated that “everything that happened to me for the last 10 years destroyed my life. I destroyed my life. I’m not a victim. I did this to myself, but I had help. I take full responsibility. … I’m trying to correct that.”
He confessed that he had been offered hormones after only one session with a psychologist, adding that he felt like he was “used” and “got taken advantage of.” He also explained how the psychologist suggested that they write a book together and become “millionaires.” (They did end up writing a book, called “Warrior Princess.”)
“As soon as [kids] go in and say, ‘I’m a tomboy’ or ‘This makes me feel comfortable,’ and then a psychologist says, ‘Oh, you’re transgender.’ And then the next day, you’re on hormones – the same hormones they are using for medical castration for pedophiles. Now, they are giving this to healthy 13-year-olds. Does this seem right? This is why I am trying to tell America to wake up,” Beck said in the interview.
Beck revealed that he has been off hormones for seven years and apologized to Americans because his hormones were paid for by the V.A. He also pointed at that this is “a billion-dollar industry between psychologists, between surgeries, between hormones, between chemicals, between follow-up treatments. There are thousands of gender clinics popping up all over our country.”
“It’s a cult”, he said at one point.
Explaining why he is speaking out about his experiences, Chris Beck, who went by as Kristin Beck while living as a transgender woman, said: “We’re trying to save kids who are being pulled (into this).” “Everything you see on CNN with my face, do not even believe a word of it,” he added.
Beck’s is just one of the many experiences of people (see HERE, HERE and HERE) who received poor guidance in a difficult time in their lives and were taken advantage of to serve a billion-dollar industry that tells people – and most disconcertingly, children and the young – that they were born “in the wrong body” and should be prescribed a therapy of cross-sex hormones for the rest of their lives and even undergo life-altering surgery, rendering them infertile and with many other health issues, as recently shown by a research study published in the prestigious medical journal JAMA Pediatrics.