People opting to identify as ‘transabled’, some even choosing to make themselves handicapped

With the contentious debate over transgenderism and society currently raging, another identity-based category is beginning to draw attention as transableism is being seen as a way to be special with the potential for some to go to extreme lengths to join the club.

As a relatively new term for the mental malady of “Body Integrity Identity Disorder” or BIID, transabled is just the latest in an expanding and endless grift by attention seekers looking to game the system and carve out special privilege status based on an ever-expanding collection of concocted new categories of identity, none of which are allowed to be criticized.

According to Evolution News and Science Today, “The point of changing the identifier from a psychiatric condition (BIID) to an advocacy term (transableism) is to harness the stunning cultural power of gender ideology to the cause of allowing doctors to ‘treat’ BIID patients by amputating healthy limbs, snipping spinal cords, or destroying eyesight.”

The website which reports on a variety of science and medical-based topics including evolution, human origin, intelligent design, neuroscience, and physics suggests that transableism could be “the next abyss” with “rogue doctors disabling BIID patients and bioethicists advocating such actions.”

The allure of special privilege has driven some to mutilate themselves or seek treatment from medical professionals that would render them handicapped, another example of the mental health crisis that has taken root in Western society as the “woke” mind virus continues to infect people and institutions.

According to the National Institutes of Health’s website, Body Integrity Identity Disorder is a “condition in which individuals desire the amputation of one or more healthy limbs or who desire a paralysis.”

Transableism is a “cry for attention,” one North Carolina college student told Fox News Digital

“It’s offensive to people who actually suffer from the condition that you say you need, in order to be your true self,” the 24-year-old said. “It’s embarrassing, and I don’t know if you can be considered a serious human being if you alter your body like this, instead of getting the appropriate mental help you need.”

One horrific example of BIID came several years ago when a North Carolina woman named Jewel Shuping who had a bizarre desire to be blind was successful in rendering herself sightless with the help of a psychologist who assisted her with pouring drain cleaner into her eyes.

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“I really feel this is the way I was supposed to be born, that I should have been blind from birth . . . When there’s nobody around you who feels the same way, you start to think that you’re crazy,” she said. “But I don’t think I’m crazy, I just have a disorder.”

“In my opinion, both transgender and transabled persons suffer from a delusional disorder,” said Jane Orient, a Tucson, Arizona internist.

“The Oath of Hippocrates adjures physicians to do no harm,” Orient, the executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, added in an email to Fox News Digital. “Mutilating the body is an objective harm even if makes the patient subjectively feel better.”

“The disability is lifelong and imposes burdens on others — and neither patients nor physicians can duck responsibility for that,” she said.

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