Detransitioning woman says she was ‘manipulated’ into irreversible surgery as a teen: ‘Just a lot of grief’

Prisha Mosley is currently de-transitioning and is “heartbroken” after claiming that she was manipulated and taken advantage of by everyone involved, eventually submitting to a double mastectomy, also known as top surgery, that is irreversible.

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Mosley appeared on “America Reports” Friday, candidly telling Fox News host John Roberts her story. She claims much of it had to do with her mental health and manipulation by therapists and doctors. She asserted that her parents were also manipulated into supporting the gender change.

Her mental health issues became apparent at 13, including anorexia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, borderline personality disorder, anxiety, and depression. According to medical records reviewed by the Independent Women’s Forum, Mosley would starve herself for days at a time.

“I just hated myself and my body,” Mosley told the Epoch Times. “Every part of me, I just loathed it. I didn’t think I deserved to eat. I was so depressed and so sad.”

She began transitioning at age 15 after being convinced that she was the wrong gender according to Fox News. At 17, she started testosterone injections to masculinize her body. She had her breasts removed at 18 and is now 24 years old, attempting to reverse the transition as much as she can. She is determined to speak out concerning her struggles and ordeal.

(Video Credit: Independent Women’s Forum)

According to the Epoch Times, she has lived through a nightmare: “Now at 24, Mosley is back to living as a woman. She has broad shoulders, narrow, masculine hips, hair growth on her body and face, and a permanently lower voice. She has scars on her wrists from her multiple suicide attempts, no sensation in her chest, and suffers from vaginal atrophy and dryness. The conditions not only make intercourse painful but also leads to distressing urinary symptoms. Mosley recently started her period again, but she doesn’t know if she’ll ever be able to conceive her own children.”

“One of the issues I have is the lack of identity,” Mosley commented. “And on top of not having a lot of friends and having issues at home, when I found the trans community and found a new identity and was affirmed… that’s what caused me to transition.”

“I was manipulated not only by my trans peers but by my gender specialist, the person who gave me my letter of recommendation in surgery. It was all sold as like a wonderful thing,” she recounted. “It wasn’t like a medical condition that you needed to be treated that was sad or serious. It was like a fun thing like you’re trans now and it’s celebrated and you’re wonderful and you’re a hero and all of that. And you know, that attention is what I was looking for.”

Mosley asserted that the treatment she received for underlying diagnoses that came before her gender dysphoria prompted her to start de-transitioning.

“The whole time to me, I feel like I was in like a fugue. I was so mentally unwell and unstable, and that was the time in which the trans community really found me,” Mosley told Roberts. “But the whole thing just feels really messed up to me. I’m heartbroken… there’s just a lot of grief.”

“I can’t believe it. What was in it for the doctors? Did they genuinely think they were helping and there’s no research or was it just about money?” she asked, according to the Epoch Times. “They really made me into a lifelong medical patient.”

“The trans community tells you to kill your old self. It’s your dead name,” she remarked. “I literally feel like I killed a child, and it was me.”

A number of de-transitioners including Mosley have bravely stepped forward to recount what happened to them in an effort to save others from their fate. She joins experts in criticizing American Girl over its recent book “A Smart Girl’s Guide: Body Image.” The book is aimed at young teens and discusses gender identity, telling girls that if they have not reached puberty they have the option of asking for puberty blockers until they can decide which gender they should be.

Mosley had strong feelings concerning the book.

“Every single person who’s about to go through or who is going through puberty is uncomfortable with their body. And it’s changing and it’s hard. And this language is so confusing and so strange and nuanced for them,” she said, indicating that the book is manipulative and deceiving. “It’s incredibly confusing. I almost think it’s predatory. It’s setting them up for confusion.”

American Girl is defending the book despite the massive blowback over its recommendations to young girls.

Mosley is encouraging other girls to consider their mental health before making irreversible physical alterations to their bodies. She hopes her experience will help others.

“I’m finally out of denial,” she declared.

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