Detransitioner and social media icon Oli London has criticized the entertainment industry for trying to “normalize” transgender minors in order to “undermine society.”
A social media influencer with over two million followers on TikTok, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter, London spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on surgery to look like a Korean woman. She said that after living as a trans-Korean woman for six months, she moved back to London and decided to change her appearance, but that didn’t solve her problems. .
London told Fox News Digital, “I was lucky that I didn’t do a full body makeover, but suddenly my face changed completely. I regret many things.”
London said he underwent surgery to look and feel better. He said this would make him happy for a few months but would make him feel frustrated with himself.
“I lived as a trans woman for six months and thought that was why I was unhappy, but I was still not happy,” he said. “I was thinking about doing more surgeries and more extreme body modifications. Then I started thinking, ‘Is this really me?’ ‘Is this who I want to be? “
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“People often say I’m a better woman, I look better, I’m more feminine, but I don’t feel like I do,” he added. “That’s when I really started questioning myself and realized that I just wanted to go back to being the real me the way I was born.
London said his story was not different from that of many transitioners and non-transitioners, but he would distinguish his story from that of a young man who underwent similar surgery to deal with gender dysphoria. There is
“I am an adult,” he said. “Obviously I blame myself, but I’ve fallen into the indoctrination that this is perfectly normal.”
“Society at large says it’s easy to transition, that if you feel confused about who you are, it’s because you’re trapped in the wrong body.” ”
London has seen a large portion of children who wouldn’t have wanted the transition 10 years ago, thanks to TV shows like RuPaul’s Drag Race and TikTok influencers like Dylan Mulvaney pushing the idea. , thinks the transition is ‘cool’ or ‘trendy’. Children struggling with identity can be “validated,” “attention-grabbed,” or “gained love and care” if they “decide to make the transition.”
He said social media, the education system and medical institutions are responsible for promoting this ideology.
“In the West, especially in the American entertainment industry, Hollywood is trying to normalize this. think.
“People should come together and learn about American values,” he added. “Instead, people are divided.”
London has been a harsh critic of British singer-songwriter Sam Smith. His recent music video has sparked backlash on social media for its sexual nature and lack of age restrictions. ”
“I think there are people in positions of power in the entertainment industry who want to normalize this behavior. I’m seeing more and more people trying to rename it to .
London also attributes the medical industry’s acceptance of gender reassignment surgery to greed.
“As an adult, you are free to make your own decisions, but I think this is on the rise. First, this is big business for pediatric clinics and a lot of money is involved. because there is,” said London.
“Society is forcing many young people these days to undergo gender reassignment surgery, facial feminization, taking hormones and puberty blockers because it is seen as a quick fix to the problem,” he said. added. “But it’s a temporary fix.”
“I think the same is true in many cases where children are forced to transition,” he said.
London pointed to the fact that 1.6 million people over the age of 13 in the United States now identify as transgender, according to a study conducted by the Williams Institute at UCLA Law School. Additionally, 18% of those who identify as transgender are between the ages of 13 and 17, and children between the ages of 13 and 17 make up just 8% of the U.S. population.
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“Young people ages 13 to 17 make up a larger proportion of the transgender-identified population than previously estimated, and now make up about 18% of the transgender-identified population in the United States, That’s up from 10% previously,” the study concludes.
“This is an incredibly pernicious trend we’re seeing, and that’s why I think it’s important to call out people like Sam Smith because he’s clearly a shocker.” “That’s a lot of attention for him. He’s been trending for four days now.”
London said the music video was “extremely impressive” to Smith’s young audience and gave them an idea that these “shocking sexual fantasies” were “normal.”
“The whole Sam Smith music video is basically like watching a porn video and it’s so explicit,” London said. “You’re actually Sam Smith making fun of Christianity. Instead of doing a baptism, someone is pissing in his mouth. This is a sexual fetish for some people, It’s shocking.”
“How low can it go? How desperate can a music video be?” he added.
The music video also features Smith dancing in a “sexual tone” while the camera zooms in, focusing on her lower body.
“These people are wearing leather underwear, squirming around the bed, posing in very sexual and provocative poses. It’s kind of like bondage BDSM,” he added. rice field. “Sam Smith has a lot of young fans…and is always trying to impose his non-binary personality…causing outrage and generating headlines.”
London should “at least” age-restrict “highly sexual” content on social media to prevent children from accessing what it believes to be pornographic content, such as Smith’s music videos Said he was thinking.
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As a member of the LGBTQ community, London said Smith’s message was “harmful”.
“They think all trans people, all nonbinary people are like Sam Smith and they’re all into these sexual deviations, but that’s just not how it is.” not.
“People look at Sam Smith and think he represents the LGBT community,” he added. “I think it’s very demeaning to show LGBT people in that light.
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London is writing a book, “Detransition,” due for publication in the fall of 2023, in which he says he examines society’s move to transition children and the lasting harm it does to them. rice field.