Today’s culture is drowning in the lies of the “born that way” ideology that claims desires and feelings cannot change or be overridden. Transgender to Transformed chronicles the story of Laura Perry, a former transgender, who believed those same lies and was determined to never return to being female no matter what it cost her. And cost her, it did.
Like many who feel trapped in the wrong body, Laura “transitioned” to the opposite sex through irreversible surgeries, hormone injections, and a legal name change. Yet, despite her initial elation at living as a male, her new identity failed to bring her the peace and fulfillment she longed for. Realizing that she was living a lie, what was promised to be freedom had instead become a prison cell.
Filled with raw, honest emotion, Laura’s story sheds light on the common deceptions about the transgender lifestyle, and exposes the frustration and hopelessness of living with a self-created identity that is in opposition to who God created. It bravely leads the way out of the darkness and into the light of freedom that transgenders may desperately be seeking.
In Transgender to Transformed you will find:
– Practical insights into the mind of a transgender to help you understand how to better love them
– How to deal with loved ones who are transitioning
– Hope and help for those who are struggling with gender dysphoria
Publisher : Genesis Publishing Group (June 15, 2019)
Language : English
Paperback : 192 pages
Sharon (verified owner) –
This book was really difficult for me to read. I am so NOT very tolerant of people who try to be something they aren’t. I don’t have any empathy for some who is so twisted that they try to change their gender. I was close with a male in high school (like a brother) that was obviously different than other boys, but that made me comfortable with him because I had nothing to worry about. I felt very comfortable with him. I knew he would never make a pass at me. All the other boys were possible. I wanted to be a virgin bride one day. I was thrilled with the end of the book, but would have been happier if it had happened earlier in the book.