14-Year-Old Australian Boy Reverses Gender Transition After Changing His Mind

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An Australian boy, confused by professionals about his gender identity, was given estrogen at age 12 and grew breasts. Now, after two years, he is trying to reverse course.

A 14-year-old Australian boy has changed his mind two years after he began gender transition into a woman with female hormones at age 12.

Patrick Mitchell from Australia began taking estrogen hormones at 12-years-old after “professionals” told his mother it was the “right choice”, following a diagnosis of gender dysphoria.

“He grew out his hair and started to take the hormones, which caused his body to grow breasts. But two years on, Mitchell had a change of heart,” reported the Independent. “In the beginning of 2017, teachers at school began to refer to him as a girl which triggered Mitchell to question if he had made the right decision.”

“Now, in a bid to revert back to his original body, he has stopped taking his medication and is about to have an operation to remove excess breast tissue in what will be the final stage of his transition,” they continued.

After two years of transitioning, Mitchell reportedly told his mother, “I’m just not sure that I am a girl.”

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