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After 2 Years Schoolboy who transitioned to female realizes something terrible … BIG MISTAKE!


At 12-years-old, Australian schoolboy, Patrick Mitchell believed he would be more comfortable being a girl. 

The child begged his mother to let him begin taking estrogen hormones after doctors diagnosed him with ‘gender dysphoria’ the condition which leads people to believe they were born as the wrong gender.

“You wish you could just change everything about you, you just see any girl and you say I’d kill to be like that,” Mitchell explained on 60 Minutes.

“When everyone went to sleep I’d stay up late researching trans people and potential surgeries that I could have to make me look more feminine,” he told Now To Love. “It was so hard to wake up every morning and see something new on my body, or that I’d grown. It was so depressing – I hated looking in the mirror. I didn’t know who the person staring back at me was.”

Mitchell’s mother took the advice of a professional, who claimed it was the right choice for her son to take estrogen and became fully supportive of her child’s transition.

Mitchell grew out his hair and started to take the hormones, which resulted in him growing breasts. However, two years later, Mitchell became unsure whether he was making the right decision, and changed his mind.

“I began to realize I was actually comfortable in my body. Every day I just felt better,” he told Now To Love. “I was experiencing discomfort in my gender but that’s no longer the case.”

“It was the first time I’d heard the phrase ‘trans’, and because I’d always identified with girls I thought, well, this makes sense, I probably am a girl,” he explains. “I was always more feminine and liked baking, gymnastics, and fashion – my superhero name was Organza Man.”

Mitchell explained that he was not worried about telling his mother he had made a mistake and wanted to stay as a male.

“I wasn’t nervous to tell Mum of my decision – she’d been so open and supportive of me in my transition,” he said.

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“I felt my heart sing in that exchange,” the boy’s mother explained. “That moment between parent and child when you know it’s taken every drop of courage for that child to speak up… I didn’t know what the coming days would bring, but I knew his thoughts had caught up with his body.”

Featured Image Via The Independent/60Minutes Screenshot


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