Finnish Study Disproves “Kids Commit Suicide If You Don’t Turn Them Into Trannies” Claim

“Embracing trannyism increases suicide” was the standard understanding in the United States, confirmed by all studies, until around 2021, when they started publishing new politicized studies claiming the opposite.

No honest study is going to show anything other than that the best route for someone claiming to be a tranny is to go through therapy that helps them connect with their sex. What we have now is a situation akin to if a fentanyl addict went into rehab and the professionals told him his problem is he’s not shooting up high enough doses.

Benjamin Ryan writes for the New York Post:

The movement backing gender-transition treatment for children is built on the claim that pediatric medical interventions are not only “medically necessary” – but truly “life saving.”

However, no researchers have ever tried to figure out whether this claim is true.

Until now.

Totally false. I don’t think the author is trying to be dishonest, journalists are just so utterly incompetent that it’s absurd. It’s actually disgusting, and Benjamin Ryan should be fired and blacklisted for such a retarded mistake.

Here’s a 2022 Heritage Foundation study that goes over a lot of the data. But it was also in all of the mainstream literature.

This is from a 2011 Swedish study:

There are many studies, and it was just considered common knowledge in endocrinology until they started shilling this “turn everyone into a tranny so they stop breeding and it changes the weather” agenda.

A major new study out of Finland found that providing cross-sex hormones and gender-transition surgeries to adolescents and young adults didn’t appear to have any significant effect on suicide deaths.

What’s more, gender distress severe enough to send young people to a gender clinic wasn’t independently linked to a higher suicide death rate either.

What was independently tied to a greater chance of suicide in young adults?

A high number of appointments with mental-health specialists; in other words, severe mental health challenges.

You can’t draw that conclusion. A higher number of appointments does not necessarily imply more severe challenges. These appointments are generally recommended by women at schools and by various social workers.

My assumption would be that the “mental health specialists” themselves are likely to drive people to suicide.

And so, the researchers concluded two things:  One, that suicide deaths were higher, but still rare in gender-distressed young people.

And two, that this group’s higher suicide rate was tied to the fact that they had a higher rate of severe psychiatric problems, not to their gender distress.

What these young people need most urgently, the study authors concluded, is comprehensive mental health care – and not necessarily controversial medical interventions.

This study gets to the heart of a fierce debate: Whether trans-identified youths’ high rate of mental health problems is mostly caused by society’s harsh judgment of trans people.

Or whether, as many skeptics argue, at least some young people might identify as trans as a way of dealing with mental health issues that are not driven by gender identity.

It’s pushed by the social workers. They push it on vulnerable people.

The debate is already settled. We have all the data.

There is no reason to discuss this anymore. It’s time to start figuring out ways to punish the people who did this.

Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this article.