Washington Post Pushes ‘Propaganda’ Poll on Transgender Claims

Washington Post published misleading poll results showing that adults who attempt the transition experience greater life satisfaction.

of Story from Washington Post, The paper, titled “Most transgender adults say the transition made them more satisfied with their lives,” presents a skewed view of the life satisfaction of adults who identify as transgender. .

Terry Schilling, president of the American Principles Project (APP), has denounced the polls as “propaganda.” breitbart news, “Much of the so-called ‘research’ on transgender issues turns out to be little more than propaganda, and that is true of this Washington Post investigation.”

The poll, which includes responses from 515 self-identifying transgender adults, identified those who identify as transgender, including those who underwent medical intervention in an attempt to change their gender, and those who were “just socially transitioned.” It’s an amalgamation of various individual responses. “

This article explains:

While most transgender people have transitioned socially, which means they’ve changed their clothes, names, or pronouns, far fewer have transitioned medically. Less than a third of people have used About 1 in 6 people undergo gender reassignment surgery or other surgical procedures to change their appearance.

The poll includes responses from transgender adults with very different experiences, but the report does not disaggregate the data. , which also contains data of people who perceive it to be non-binary.

After asking whether disaggregated data on various types of transgender adults would be released, Washington Post told Breitbart News:

Meanwhile, the report also states:

The survey is designed to reach a representative sample of US adults who identify as transgender or transgender. This statement implies that the study did not include responses from adults who once identified as transgender but no longer, a group called transitioners. increase.

Breitbart News also asked whether the exclusion of people previously identified as transgender or non-binary skewed the data. Washington Post “The poll was conducted to be representative of transgender adults. We cannot speculate about other populations.”

Schilling also said:

A Washington Post headline touts a statistic that says 78% of transgender individuals are “happy” with their transition, yet the author paradoxically claims that they are “satisfied with their lives overall.” ‘, only 57% said much less than average.Adult.

“Of course, this article is quick to blame ‘discrimination’ for the latter figure and does not explore the discrepancy in greater depth,” Schilling said before speaking. breitbart news, “The survey also completely ignores the experiences of demigrants who seem to be totally unconsulted.”

“This is not surprising. long-standing record of professional transgender advocacy in its “report”

Most traditional news outlets have taken an unquestioning stance against trans-activism in journalism, thanks to the following changes: Created in AP Stylebook It enshrines gender ideology as fact. No wonder American trust in the media continues to drop to an all-time low.

But what is clear from the polls is that people who identify as transgender are much more likely to suffer from mental health problems and have had unhappy childhoods.

“Compared to Americans overall, transgender adults are more than twice as likely to say they have experienced a serious mental health problem such as depression or anxiety (against 32% of the US overall 78%),” the report found.

“Just over half of transgender adults say they had a happy childhood (53%), but that’s more than the 81% of all Americans who say they had a happy childhood,” the report said. much lower.”

We also found that people who identified as transgender were significantly less likely to say they were satisfied with their lives than the general adult population in the United States. “57% of transgender adults say they are satisfied with their lives overall, a lower percentage than the overall adult population in the United States, where 73% say they are satisfied,” reports the report. the book says.

It continues like this:

More than half (56%) of transgender adults say they have felt anxious at least “frequently” in the past year, compared to 31% of cisgender adults. Cis people are also more than twice as likely to say they’ve felt depressed (48% vs. 21%) or lonely (45% vs. 21%) in the past year.

Additionally, data from other polls show that transgender people are unattractive as romantic partners and are rejected at significant rates. 97 percent heterosexual.

Suicide is also prevalent among people who identify as transgender. According to one survey, 50 percent or more A percentage of young people who identify as transgender have considered suicide. Cary Scott, who identified as a woman and appeared in United Airlines ads, was recently found dead in her Colorado home, leaving behind her heartbreaking suicide note.

Spencer Lindquist is a reporter for Breitbart News. follow him on twitter @SpencerLndqst please contact

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