To focus on “desisters”—people who experience gender dysphoria and then ultimately decide not to transition—is to focus on the rarest of cases, and to ignore the vastly more common experience of trans teens: that of being second-guessed.
The relationship between parent and child will break down if some possibilities of who a child may grow up to be remain unspeakable.
Journalists are constantly reporting on trans children from the perspective of their parents. Why not focus on the experiences of the kids?
In almost every classroom in America are maps that encourage students to consider the vast world that surrounds them. Why are people so afraid of what will happen if young people are inspired to think through their own identity?