Detrans: True Stories of Escaping the Gender Ideology Cult

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Regnery Publishing
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6.22 X 9.06 X 1.18 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author
Mary Margaret Olohan, a senior reporter covering culture and politics for The Daily Signal, previously wrote for The Daily Wire and The Daily Caller News Foundation. A graduate of The Catholic University of America, she is the proud eldest daughter of an Irish Catholic family of eleven children.
"This book will outrage you and that's why it's a must-read"
- Donald Trump Jr.

"The stories in Detrans are heartbreaking. But you need to read them. Mary Margaret Olohan brilliantly narrates the lives that have beendamaged by transgender ideology while highlighting the human costs of getting human nature wrong. The brave young people she profiles in this book are both victims and heroes--the victims of a grotesque medical scandal, and the heroes that will bring it to an end."
--RYAN T. ANDERSON, Ph.D., president of the Ethics and Public Policy
Center and author of When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment

"Mary Margaret Olohan's fearless reporting exposes the brutal, horrifying nature of 'gender affirming care' for children and young adults and the medical field's complicity in it. The brave detransitioners she profiles share what it's actually like to gender transition in gripping detail. Their stories, so thoughtfully and sensitively chronicled in Detrans, are unforgettable."
--KATRINA TRINKO, editor in chief of The Daily Signal

"While much of the media and medical establishment would rather ignore the devastating stories of detransitioners, Mary Margaret Olohan
ensures they're heard. Detrans documents a medical scandal of historic proportions, with countless young people manipulated and betrayed into believing they were 'born in the wrong bodies.' Anyone who cares about the well-being of children can't look away from this book and the horrors it exposes."
--KELSEY BOLAR, executive producer of the Identity Crisis series and
senior policy analyst at Independent Women's Forum

"Until recently, no one knew the word 'detransitioner.' It refers to a growing army of victims of the gender quackery that has captured major medical groups. Patients are promised relief through drugs and surgery, but more and more are realizing they were sold a lie. Mary Margaret Olohan's book will introduce you to many young detransitioners. But her book is not just individual biographies. Olohan shows the recurring stages that these young people traverse--from the social pressure and encouragement at the beginning, to the realization, regret, and aftermath. Her account is both moving and infuriating. Let's pray Detrans helps put an end to this madness."
--JAY RICHARDS, Ph.D., William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow in Religious Liberty and Civil Society and director, Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Life, Religion, and Family at the Heritage Foundation

"Mary Margaret Olohan fearlessly reveals the gruesome reality of what prescribing our children puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and 'gender-affirming' surgeries looks like. She does a major service to society by sharing the experiences of detransitioners to spread awareness of the tragedies they have endured at the hands of manipulative activists and bad doctors. Her personal reporting and engaging storytelling make it a must-read as we attempt to destroy this evil enterprise for good."
--MOLLIE HEMINGWAY, editor in chief of The Federalist

"Mary Margaret Olohan uses lived experiences to highlight the severity and harm being done to the victims of the gender ideology movement. To turn a blind eye to the adverse effects of this extreme movement is to be complacent. After reading this book, you will see that the argument is not 'anti-trans'; the argument is pro-child safeguarding, pro-fairness, and pro-truth."
--RILEY GAINES, twelve-time NCAA all-American swimmer, five-time SEC champion, and ambassador for the Independent Women's Forum