(Murfreesboro, TN) An event will be held on the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza this Saturday that focuses on what many are calling ‘gender mutilation.’ 15-Year-old Hannah Faulkner told WGNS that Chloe Cole is one of several who plans to attend the event this weekend… Cole is 18-years-old today and calls herself a de-transitioner. She underwent a sex-transition surgery as a child and later regretted it, which is why she speaks out against such surgeries today.
3-Years ago, Cole had a double mastectomy to remove her breast, a decision she regrets to have done today. She warns other teens about the life changing trans-surgery she underwent and how her mental health as a teenager took her down a dark path that was referred to by doctors as ‘gender-affirming care.’
The 15-year-old who is helping to organize Saturday’s rally said the event on the Civic Plaza is being held out of love… Faulkner said that additional speakers will be at the event this Saturday at 2PM.
This Saturday, the Teens Against Gender Mutilation Rally will be held on the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza near the intersection of South Church and Vine Street’s. “Standing Against and Exposing the Lies of Transgender Surgeries” is the theme of the January 28th event that is open to all ages and genders. The rally is free and more details can be found HERE.
In October, Vanderbilt University Medical Center paused their gender affirming surgeries for patients under the age of 18, but their Pediatric Transgender Clinic remains open, as well as their adult Clinic for Transgender Health.