Becoming transgender is not as rosy as people think! At least, that is what a former trans woman is preaching.
Chris Beck, a retired member of the prestigious Navy SEAL, is no longer living the American dream as his female self, a.k.a Kristen Beck. The 56-year-old gained fame ten years ago after becoming the first openly transgender Navy SEAL. Unfortunately, the benefits of this transition did not outweigh the unforeseen consequences.
Chris Beck Warns People Not To Be Fooled By The Transgender Propaganda
In recent years, the fight for transgender rights has skyrocketed to record-breaking heights. Society, as of today, has become more welcoming to the LGBTQ+ community compared to the past.
As more people proudly came out of the closet to shed the skin of their former selves and embrace new genders, the community’s rainbow theme has become a beloved symbol across the globe.
Although many found joy in their transitions, not everyone, like Beck, believed they followed the right path. He recently announced his plans to detransition back to his male self, per New York Post.
In an interview published earlier this month, the Purple Heart honoree got candid about the downside of his transgender journey. He spoke candidly about what he described as the “worst decision of his life” in a heart-to-heart conversation with the influencer Robby Starbuck.
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— New York Post (@nypost) December 12, 2022
Despite making headlines for his transition from male to female, the 56-year-old does not look back fondly at his past involvement in transgender propaganda. Recalling his viral 2013 interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper about his gender change, Beck said:
“Everything you see on CNN with my face, do not even believe a word of it. Everything that happened to me for the last 10 years destroyed my life. I destroyed my life. I’m not a victim. I did this to myself, but I had help.”
As for those responsible for cheering him down the path of ruin, the former Navy SEAL pointed fingers at the unscrupulous members of the transgender movement. Given his part in promoting their agenda, the “Warrior Princess” author wished to amend his errors.
“I take full responsibility. I went on CNN and everything else, and that’s why I’m here right now. I’m trying to correct that,” the Brown medal recipient explained. “I was used … I was very naïve, I was in a really bad way, and I got taken advantage of.”
“I got propagandized. I got used badly by a lot of people who had knowledge way beyond me. They knew what they were doing. I didn’t,” the detransitioned man lamented. Before embarking on his trans journey, Beck received recognition in the US Navy.
For 20 years, the veteran faithfully served his country, including on SEAL Team Six, and was deployed 13 times. For his service, the American reportedly received 50 medals and ribbons. Like a true patriot, the 56-year-old opened up about transgenderism to protect the youth.
According to the “Lady Valor” star, there were “thousands” of unqualified gender clinics in America. In such places, the psychologist simply labeled kids struggling with gender identity trans and prescribed hormones without proper examination.
Beck claimed that these drugs were similarly used on pedophiles for medical castration for pedophiles. “Now, they are giving this to healthy 13-year-olds. Does this seem right? This is why I am trying to tell America to wake up,” the ex-SEAL said.
The 55-year-old explained that when he began his journey, it took an hour-long consultation at Veterans Affairs before being placed on hormones. However, the medication negatively affected his system.
Beck confessed that he had stopped using the drugs for about seven years. The “Facing 30” co-author noted he would no longer contribute to the “billion-dollar industry” that profited from hurting children with their transgender services.
Anderson Cooper Shared His Coping Mechanism For Handling Grief
The Blast previously reported that CNN’s sweetheart, Anderson Cooper, revealed how he handled losing his father and older brother to death’s cold grip. The silver-haired fox initially coped by ignoring feelings until he became a parent.
After welcoming two sons, the news anchor realized he could not handle difficult emotions with his old fashion. Instead, the 55-year-old learned to express his feelings rather than withdraw into himself.