Screaming trans activist takes bow after trying to shut down detransitioned woman Chloe Cole

One trans activist held up a "Jesus was trans" sign while others screamed at the top of their lungs.

Mia Ashton Montreal QC

A group of trans activists tried to drown out the speeches of detransitioned young women who were speaking at a rally in Tennessee on Saturday by screaming, shouting, and banging on drums.

Chloe Cole, an 18-year-old woman who was put on puberty blockers and testosterone at age 13, had a double mastectomy at 15, and then detransitioned at 16, was the keynote speaker at the Teens Against Gender Mutilation Rally in Murfreesboro. The event, organized by Turning Point USA, was met with a crowd of angry trans activists intent on preventing the young woman from telling her story.

As Cole told of how she went from being a happy, healthy little girl to being indoctrinated online into believing that she was really a boy, sirens and drums can be heard in the background from the assembled mob of trans activists.

Video footage from the event shows one young woman screaming at the top of her lungs, while another shouted "you do not understand the hate that you are spreading" into a megaphone and a third held up a sign that reads "Jesus Was Trans."

"Lacking the numbers to violently shut down a @ChoooCole speaking event in Murfreesboro, TN on Saturday, the militant trans activists took to screaming & shouting. They don’t want the public to hear the testimony of a teen who regretted medical transition," tweeted The Post Millennial’s editor-at-large Andy Ngo.

Cole went on to describe how her reluctant parents were coerced into consenting to her experimental sex change; how they were told that their daughter would commit suicide if they didn’t consent to medicalization in the form of puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones. 

"Would you rather have a dead daughter or living son?" Cole’s parents were asked. 

Cole is now suing the healthcare providers whom she claims failed to address her complex mental health needs and instead fast-tracked her onto a harmful medical pathway

"I don't want anyone to go through what I have, and that's why I'm up here," Cole told the gathered crowd at the rally. "I am no longer bound by the lies and assumptions that ruined my childhood. I am no longer part of it anymore. Keep your religion away from me, out of our schools, and away from our children."


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