On Wednesday, a former MTV poster child for giving minors sex changes opened up in a video on YouTube about regretting her transition. "It turned out to be a big mistake," Milo said in the now private video.
In 2016, Milo appeared in an MTV documentary called "Transformation." The network used the transition of the then-16-year-old to glorify the practice. Her mother said on the show how she feared Milo would commit suicide.
"At times he feels like he could hurt himself, you know just because of the way he feels inside," she said. "I've heard a lot of horror stories of, you know, the percentage of trans kids that commit suicide."
The documentary goes on to discuss how many trans youths commit suicide. Other detransitioners have discussed how this is used to manipulate parents into placing their children on the road to transition.
Detranstioner and child advocate Chloe Cole has discussed how doctors warned her parents of this when she was seeking help for her gender confusion. "They told my parents that if I wasn't allowed to transition then it was very likely that I would kill myself," she said in an interview with Jack Posobiec in April.
According to the Daily Mail, Milo received weekly shots of testosterone on the show, and shortly after the show aired, she went through a double mastectomy procedure. Milo went on to have a hysterectomy last year after dealing with some discomfort from increased doses of testosterone.
Chris Elston, also known as Billboard Chris, posted on Twitter that MTV "helped fuel the craze of child transition" with this 2016 documentary. "This is evil. There is no such thing as a transgender child," he said.
Media companies have used gender-confused youth to make money and shape a narrative to promote sex changes in minors. TLC's show "I Am Jazz," began airing in 2015 and has followed Jazz and the Jennings family around ever since.
In a recent episode, Jazz told mother Jeanette, "I just want to feel like myself." She continued, "I just want to be happy and feel like me, and I don't feel like me ever."
TLC trapped Jazz on the road to transition because of the backlash when a detransitioner tells their story the backlash is great. In a follow-up video, Milo requested that people don't share her video, and she set it to private.
Another detransitoned female Prisha Mosley said in a statement about Milo on Twitter, "Milo has surely seen the hate the public detransitioners get, and hasn't had time to do any healing or processing."
"She is in a very vulnerable place. Detransition is hard. It's painful and vulnerable and raw, and the whole world watches," She continued. "Body parts are missing, and you don't look or feel like yourself. What Milo needs right now is peace and to have her wishes respected. Stop sharing her video."
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