Court Allows Detransitioner to Sue Doctors

A hopeful court case for those mentally and physically harmed by progressive treatment plans.


John Stonestreet

Jared Hayden

Late last month, a North Carolina court allowed Prisha Mosley to sue the doctors who provided her so-called “gender-affirming” care. According to Mosley, who began “transitioning” at age 16, “doctors and counselors … told me that changing my body to look like a boy’s body would cure my mental health problems.”  

However, despite chemical and surgical interventions, Mosley’s mental health problems persisted: “Their ‘care’ … left me broken, with extreme physical injuries and without my body parts. It did not cure my mental health problems and instead made them worse.” Despite motions to dismiss her case, the court found Mosley’s complaint “sufficient” to proceed. 

Stories like these, claiming that “transitioning” did not lead to greater wholeness, are rapidly growing. The court’s decision is the first of its kind and offers hope that ideologically motivated medical professionals who fast-track kids to transition can be stopped and even brought to justice. Let’s continue to pray that the light shines through the lies of so-called “gender-affirming” care.  


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