If young people were brought up secure in their identity in all aspects of life- mind body and spirit - the pro-LGBT+ and now trans-propaganda would never have been so successful.
Part of growing up is accepting what God has given to us - I know too well why some resent being given the body they have. Reality will hit every trans-person one day... and for some it will be too late to do a u-turn to normality.
It is as if young people are encouraged to reject the body God gave them, and therefore seek what that they believe they should be, not what they are.
I agree with what you're saying, but at the same time i feel the need to point out that perhaps it may not be their BODY that these people are rejecting (although i cannot deny that it is the body that gets affected the most with these chemical castrations and mutilating surgeries).
To elaborate, i thank God every day that I was not born 15-20 years later, because i don't know what all this ideology - and the forced acceptance and affrimation of it - would have done to me.
I never had a problem with having a female body, but the expectations placed on females, the gender roles - be pretty, popular, flirtatious, outgoing, be into fashion, what forms of media should be enjoyed, what hobbies are acceptable - let's just say that i never fit in. The majority of my friends were boys and i never learned how to play the "girl politics" or i dont know what to call it, but the unspoken rules of female friendship that i never understood. As a grown woman i still don't understand them!
My mother constantly berated me and called me "masculine" since i was a toddler because of the way i would play, and once i grew older, my lack of interest in fashion. My dad all but gave up on me as a girl and focused all his father-daughter attention on my same age female cousin. He was a good father, not abusive, but treated me more as a father would treat a son.
Anyway, i never rejected my God-given female sex, but part of it is that growing up the idea of a child CHOOSING to change sex was unthinkable, not promoted and encouraged. It's a lot more difficult to be a misfit tomboy in a culture where from almost every source the message is "you're really a boy!" and becoming one will fix all your problems.
I really feel for these girls and young women who are being tricked that there is only one way to be a female and if you dont fit into the generalizations it must mean you're in the wrong body.
And i notice that the alt media will bring up the issue of "body disphoria" being a cause of these girls confusion (saying things like "all teenagers are uncomfortable at some point in their changing/undergoing puberty bodies), but usually ignore the social aspects and difficulties that may exist as well. Some of us have no issue with our body, we just struggle to navigate the expectations placed on us because
of our gender.