Soren Aldaco, now 21, opted for a "gender transition" at the ripe age of 17. Despite her mental health conditions and the negative direction in which she was clearly headed, Aldaco was advised by her doctors, whom she describes more as "ideologues," to go ahead and cut off her body parts in order to become her "true" self.
Aldaco, who filed her suit last July 21 in the Tarrant County District Court of Texas, says these ideologue medical workers failed to take into account her autism, depression, anxiety and other co-morbidities at the time when she as an underage person went in for a gender transition evaluation.
The complaint names Del Scott Perry, Sreenath Nekkalapu, Barbara Rose Wood, Richard Santucci, Ashley DeLeon, Crane Clinic LLC, Texas Health Physicians Group, Three Oaks Counseling Group LLC and Mesa Springs LLC as being among the defendants who pursued "experimental 'gender affirming' medical therapies" on Aldaco, who at the time was just "a vulnerable teenager struggling with a slew of mental health issues."
"The repercussions of these interventions have led to Soren's permanent disfigurement and profound psychological scarring," the suit states. "She is seeking monetary relief over $1 million … and also seeks judgment for all other relief to which she is entitled at equity or law."
"The defendants' breaches of their fiduciary duties are only underscored by the fact that each defendant met Soren and facilitated these 'therapies' at a pivotal juncture in Soren's life – when she was grappling not only with the universal challenges of adolescence and body image but also with a complex amalgamation of diagnosed mental health comorbidities and other psychological and social disorders."
The suit goes on to emphasize that despite all the "telltale signs" that Aldaco was not right in the head and needed help, not encouragement to continue down the LGBT path, the defendants essentially groomed her into destroying her life.
Aldaco's physicians, the suit colorfully states, "deliberately and recklessly propelled" her "down a path of permanent physical disfigurement and worsening psychological distress."
(Related: The New York Times is attacking detransitioners for trying to save other people and children from falling for the transgender mutilation deception.)
Aldaco's case is one of many that are now emerging as transgenders with regret, whom they are now calling detransitioners, attempt to recoup damages for the poor decisions they made, often as underage children, to turn into trannies.
"A detransitioner is someone who sought to change his or her gender through hormonal or surgical interventions and ultimately regretted this attempt and returned to living as his or her biological sex," explains The Daily Signal.
Another detransitioner by the name of Prisha Mosley filed a similar lawsuit accusing her doctors and therapists of likewise propelling her down a dangerous and life-threatening path. Mosley is represented by Campbell Miller Payne PLLC, the same law firm representing Aldaco.
Then there are the case of Chloe Cole and Layla Jane, two other detransitioners who are being represented by the Center for American Liberty in their cases. The Cole and Jane cases have become high profile because they name Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Permanente Medical Group as defendants.
The details of these cases tend to be highly graphic so we will spare you the gory details. Suffice it to say that these people's bodies are forever wrecked by highly invasive surgeries involving body part removal, and they will never be the same again.
"Ultimately, what Soren realized is that over the rocky course of her adolescence, what she needed was an unbiased doctor, not an ideologue," Aldaco's case states, cutting to the heart of the matter behind these cases.
The latest news about the growing backlash against the trans industry can be found at Transhumanism.news.
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