In recent years, a social problem called “transvableism” has been attracting attention.
Transgenderism is a new term for BIID, or “Body Integrity Identity Disorder”, which refers to how a person actually “identifies” as disabled.
According to some, BIID was renamed Transvableism to suit today’s trans community.
The point of the “change of identifier” from psychopathy (BIID) to advocacy term (transvulnerism) is to the cause of allowing doctors to “cure” BIID patients by amputating their healthy bodies, in a way that “gender Harnessing the amazing cultural power of ideology.” According to Evolution News and Science Today (EN), which reports and analyzes evolution, neuroscience, bioethics, intelligent design, and other science-related issues:
Culturally, the site notes that transvulnerism is the “next abyss.”
Because, “Some of these people amputate themselves. Some ask a surgeon to amputate or cut their spinal cord,” the site said of the shocking measures some are taking. I am adding.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) says on its website:
A college student in North Carolina called Transvrism an “attention cry.”
The 24-year-old told Fox News Digital:
He continued, “It’s embarrassing. I don’t know if you would be considered a serious human being if you changed your body like this instead of getting the proper mental help you need.”
In one BIID case, Jørund Viktoria Alme, 53, a senior credit analyst in Oslo, Norway, identified himself as disabled and uses a wheelchair, even though he does not have a disability. increase.
According to Heraldscotland.com, Alme is also transgender. Alme said on the 2022 morning TV show Good Morning Norway that it was her “lifelong wish” to be born a “woman paralyzed from the waist down”.
In an even more shocking case several years ago, a 21-year-old North Carolina woman who claimed to be blind actually took steps to destroy her sight.
One Arizona physician called today’s transgenderism a “paranoid disorder.”
“In my opinion, both transgender and trans-disabled people suffer from delusional disorder,” said Jane Orient, a general physician in Tucson, Arizona, and executive director of the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons. He told Fox News Digital in an email.
“The Hippocratic Oath commands physicians to do no harm,” Orient said.
“Hurting the body is objective harm, even if it makes the patient feel better,” she added.
“Disability is lifelong, a burden to others, and neither patient nor physician can escape responsibility.”
Orient also said: [follow-up with] I’m an elective amputee,” she said.
“”it’s no use” [to cope with the condition] Excuse the cop. We have to find other ways,” she said. “The denial of reality is anti-scientific.”
Dr. Marc Siegel, clinical professor of internal medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City and Fox News medical contributor, told Fox News Digital in an email. medically indicated. “
According to WebMd.com, Siegel is referring to Munchausen syndrome. Munchausen syndrome is a “manipulative disorder” in which a person “repeatedly and deliberately acts as if he or she is physically or mentally ill” when in fact he or she is not ill.
Dr. Siegel continued, “We deal with Munchausen and Munchausen by proxy. Patients can be very persuasive about diseases they don’t actually have. We have to be careful about this.” I have.”
Siegel, who calls cosmetic surgery procedures a “gray area,” says, “As a physician who performs all kinds of surgeries, I spend a lot of time talking to my patients about whether they really need things like facelifts and sagging bellies. I realized that,” he said.
He added of “transvableism”: no Removal is required. “
A North Carolina college student also commented on today’s transgenderism trend: [even] Encourage the amputation of “trans-disabled” people in order to be considered “ally”. “