Emily Tressa’s gender reassignment surgery is a bad example for teens struggling with gender identity
Emily Tressa was born a boy but said she always knew she was a girl. “Am I the only one that feels like this? That I’m trapped in the wrong body?” she told WRGB Albany.
She is hailed as a pioneer and a “trans icon” who is the youngest to undergo gender surgery. Emily went under the knife in 2019, just before senior high school. Inevitably, she has inspired other minors to undergo the same procedure.
In the same year, the mother of a 6-year-old boy, James Younger, wanted him to undergo chemical castration, insisting that her son was transgender.
New laws that protect what the Bible calls “sin”
Since the Gender Equality Act of 2021, new laws protect minors from disclosing their parents this type of surgery, including abortion. Some US Democratic liberal states believe sex change should be state-funded.
The Bible says that our body is God’s temple (1 Corinthians 6:19-20), and mutilating is a sin.
1 Corinthians 6:20
God bought you at a high price. So, you must honor God with your body.
The good and the bad of Emily’s decision
Emily claims she is happy. After all, she can now have sexual relations with other men and feel beautiful. “It feels almost like I’m finally fully complete now,” she said. However, we can only be complete with Christ; apart from Jesus, we will never be happy.
Gender dysphoria is seducing teenagers, and those like Emily will eventually discover the tragedy that comes with messing up the body.
The Gender Affirming Care in the US that leads to gender reassignment is tragic with dire consequences, according to transman Scott King Nugent. In 2022, he exposed the lies of doctors, therapists, and Big Pharma.
Vins Santiago, the Philippines’ first full trans, regretted his decision. He went through a difficult life after his surgery. Like Nugent, infection and side effects from medication were constant. Former transgender Walt Heyer said: “Transitioning won’t heal real issues.”
There is a way that seems right, but in the end, it leads to destruction.