A mum’s voyage through Transtopia: A tale of love and desistance

Adult male “transgender” enthusiasts are embarrassed about their obsessive sexualized mimicry of feminine stereotypes. To shift attention away from the erotic aspects of this crossdressing they have cultishly promoted the false notions that “gender identity” is innate in children and that it is possible to “change sex.” The pharma industry, mass media, medical doctors and academic “researchers” have jumped eagerly on the bandwagon – – there’s money to be made. Nowadays, it is common for adolescents to be swayed by this bullshit and the results are often tragic. This story brings a little hope.


Lily Maynard (a pseudonym) lives with her husband and their family in the UK. Her daughter, Jessie, was 15 when she first began identifying as trans.

In this post, Lily chronicles her grueling journey of self education on trans issues, and her determination to share what she learned with Jessie, who at first utterly dismissed her mother’s efforts.  But after 9 months, Jessie, now 16, eventually desisted from trans identification, and, with the support of her mother and another formerly trans-identified friend, came to recognize and embrace herself as a young woman.

Jessie adds her own observations at the end of her mother’s post.

Lily and Jessie are both available to interact with readers in the comments section of this post.

by Lily Maynard

My youngest daughter Jessie was never a ‘girly’ girl. As a small child she was often mistaken for a boy, despite her long hair, because mostly…

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