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Get to know trans people, the real trans living day to day, what they believe, and how they feel. You will find that most older trans people believe what is happening to kids, and transgender ideology is hurtful. The media leaders you currently see do not represent most trans people.

Reality Is Not Bigotry

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Claudia Mclean - A Trans Activist Making Waves With Reason An Logic.

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I started out singing in Glasgow, then Europe, coming back to sing in London, even the Palladium. Activism followed. ‘03~’07 GMC Trial. Disabled but still here.

Claudia is a beautiful Irish soul, a singer, full of grace and charm. Claudia was the first trans to come out publicly in a BBC News story; in 2007, she regretted the decision to transition medically. I can say with understanding that this was one hell of an accomplishment. It's terrifying coming out and stating,

'Yeah, that was stupid; I should have never transitioned."

But Claudia did and paved the way for more trans to stand up and say the same thing. Claudia has become a mentor to me, and I try and honour her every day, letting her know that her strength didn't go unnoticed.

Claudia is a twin to my experience medically transitioning; we both transitioned due to homophobia. Pushed by our partners, we both suffer from reoccurring bacterial infections due to our bottom surgeries and suffer daily living each day, knowing that the following infection might be the one that takes our life. It's a real fear and something people need to know. Claudia and I are not the anomalies; unfortunately, we are normality with trans who undergo bottom surgeries.

Claudia is also unable to walk and wheelchair-bound due to bone deterioration and prolonged use of synthetic estrogen. Claudia is also unable to have sexual relations and has had to forgo this bonding experience due to a failed bottom surgery.

I know right...Wait What? Prolonged use of estrogen on male bodies cause bone deterioration, and it's common and trans bottom surgery risks the ability to have sex and orgasm.

Yes, it is, now you SCREAM!

"I should never have had sex-change surgery," Claudia MacLean, a transsexual woman, told the audience at a recent debate organized by the BBC Radio 4 programme Hecklers and the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

"As a result of the surgery, I am incapable of sex, and I have lived a life apart."

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