Chloe Cole, a young woman from California, tells a heartbreaking tale.
“I will never breastfeed a child,” she told a committee of elected officials recently.
That’s because she, now 18, had her breasts removed at age 15 by gender-affirming doctors. Cole, who started experiencing gender dysphoria in her early teens, was put on puberty blockers at 13. Her parents, searching for answers amid fear and uncertainty, put their faith and trust in medical professionals.
Cole said she was fast-tracked for a double mastectomy by her doctors. She says medical professionals took advantage of a vulnerable youth and didn't help her see the full picture.
”At 15, I wasn’t really thinking. I was a kid, just trying to fit in — not thinking about the possibility of becoming a parent,” Cole told Catholic News Agency earlier this year.
Last year, spurred by a psychology class that touched on the bond between mothers and infants, Cole came to regret her transition and double mastectomy.
“I’ll never have the experience, or even the option, of breastfeeding my children and bonding with them in that way.”
Ultimately, Cole isn’t even sure if she’s capable of having children because of these childhood interventions.
With her new understanding, Cole is “rapidly becoming one of the most powerful voices” speaking against the transgender narrative.
She’s appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show, Glenn Beck’s program, and racked up millions of views on her videos across several video platforms.
Next month, she’ll tell her powerful, important story at the Idaho Capitol in Boise. And you’re invited to take part, even if you're not able to attend in person.
Cole will speak to the public on February 1 at 7 PM at Valley Church in Caldwell. Seating will be limited to about 750, so be sure to grab your seats now!
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Not able to make her Caldwell speech? That's OK! Chloe will speak at Capitol Clarity on Feb. 2. Click here for details on that.
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