The Lost Boys: The Shocking Truth About Gender Dysphoria and Detransitioning
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The Lost Boys is a documentary that explores the phenomenon of gender dysphoria and detransitioning among young men. It sheds light on the complex and controversial issue of gender identity and expression, revealing the shocking influences of pornography, social media, and our culture’s emphasis on so-called “toxic” masculinity and the gender dysphoria phenomenon. The Lost Boys provides a balanced and compassionate perspective on the experiences and challenges of those who struggle with their gender identity or regret their transition.
The Lost Boys features interviews with a therapist who specializes in gender dysphoria, a journalist who covers gender ideology, and detransitioners who share their personal stories.
You’ll hear from Charlie, a detransitioner who transitioned at 18 and detransitioned at 22. He says, “I was trying to be someone that I wasn’t. I was trying to escape the pain that I was feeling. I was trying to escape the trauma that I had experienced. I was trying to escape the fact that I was gay.”
You’ll hear from James, a therapist who works with adolescents and adults who suffer from gender dysphoria. He says, “I think there’s a lot of pressure on young people today to conform to a certain idea of what it means to be a boy or a girl. And if you don’t fit into that, then you’re told that you’re something else. And that’s not true. You can be whoever you want to be, and you don’t have to change your body to do that.”
You’ll hear from Abigail, a journalist who has been banned from social media for her views on gender ideology. She says, “I think the transgender movement has gone too far. It’s not about helping people who are genuinely suffering from gender dysphoria. It’s about pushing an agenda that denies biological reality and harms vulnerable individuals. It’s about silencing anyone who dares to question or criticize it. It’s about imposing a new orthodoxy that is based on ideology, not science or ethics.”
It’s about silencing anyone who dares to question or criticize it. It’s about imposing a new orthodoxy that is based on ideology, not science or ethics.
The Lost Boys is a must-watch for anyone who wants to learn more about the complex and controversial topic of gender identity and expression. It challenges the mainstream narrative and ideology of gender identity and expression, and exposes the risks and harms of transitioning without proper assessment and support. It also shows the human side of gender dysphoria and detransitioning, and the courage and resilience of those who seek to find their true selves.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the voices that are often ignored or silenced by the media and the society.
The documentary is produced by the Center for Bioethics and Culture, where I am a Paul Ramsey Fellow. The Center for Bioethics and Culture is a non-profit organization that addresses the ethical and social issues arising from biotechnology and medicine. The Paul Ramsey Fellowship is a program that trains and mentors the next generation of bioethicists.