Detransitioner and social media icon Oli London criticized the entertainment industry for trying to ‘normalise’ minors undergoing gender transition, in order to “weaken society.”
London is a social media influencer with more than two million followers between TikTok, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter, who spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on surgery to look like a Korean woman. After living as a Korean trans woman for six months, London transitioned again, saying that the changes she decided to make to her physical appearance were not the answer to her problems.
“I’m lucky I didn’t go through a full body modification, but I suddenly changed my face and I regret a lot of the things I did,” London told Fox News Digital.
London said she’s having surgery to try to look and feel better, which will keep her unhappy for a few months, but she says she’ll get back to being happy with herself.
“I transitioned, I lived as a trans woman for six months and I think that was the reason I wasn’t happy, and then I’m still unhappy,” she said. “I was considering more surgery, more extreme body modification. Then I got to the point where I was thinking, ‘Is this really me?’ ‘Do I want to be this?'”
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“People keep saying I’m better as a woman, I look better, I’m more feminine, but it’s not like me,” she added. “That’s when I really started questioning myself and I realized I just wanted to return to the original me in the way I was born.”
London says her story is not unlike many transitioners and detransitioners, but she draws a distinction between her story and that of teenagers who have undergone similar surgeries to overcome their gender dysphoria.
“I have grown up,” he said. “Obviously, I blame myself, but I fell into a kind of indoctrination that this is completely normal.”
“Society as a whole says how easy it is to transition, that if you feel confused about who you are, it’s because you’re trapped in the wrong body,” London said. “So I fell for it.”
London believes a large number of children who may not have wanted to transition ten years ago, now consider it “cool” or “trendy” because of TV shows like RuPaul’s Drag Race or TikTok influencers like Dylan Mulvaney, who encourage the idea. that children struggling with their identity “can get validated,” “get attention” or “get love and compassion” if they “just decide to transition”.
He said social media, the education system and medical institutions are responsible for pushing this ideology.
“In the West, especially in America, the entertainment industry, Hollywood is trying to normalize this, and I think the reason is to confuse children and almost weaken society and protect people against pronouns,” he said.
“People need to 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, whose music video has recently sparked an outcry on social media due to its sexual nature and lack of age restrictions, which he believes are promoted by the entertainment industry to “incite anger” and “encourage sexualisation”. .”
“I think there are some people in the entertainment industry … There are people in positions of power who want to normalize this behavior,” he said. “We see more and more people trying to change the name of a pedophile to a minor attracted person (MAP).
London also linked the medical industry regarding gender transition operations to greed.
“As adults, you’re free to make your own decisions, but I think we’re seeing this rise because initially, it’s big business for these pediatric clinics … there’s a lot of money involved,” London said.
“Society encourages many young people today to undergo gender reassignment surgery, facial feminization, take hormones or puberty blockers, because they know it is seen as a quick fix to fix the problem,” he added. “But, you know, it’s a temporary fix.”
“I think the same is true with many cases of children being pushed into transition,” he said.
London points to the fact that 1.6 million people in the US 13 and older now identify as transgender, according to research conducted by the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law. Additionally, 18 percent of people who identify as transgender are 13 to 17 years old, while children ages 13 to 17 make up only 8 percent of the US population.
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“Youth ages 13 to 17 are a larger portion of the transgender-identified population than previously estimated, now comprising about 18% of the transgender-identified population in the US, up from 10% previously,” the study concluded.
“It’s a very harmful trend that we’re seeing and that’s why I feel it’s important to call out people like Sam Smith because now he’s obviously done something shocking,” London said. “It’s a great attention to him. He’s been trending for four days now.”
London said this music video gives Smith’s young audience, who is “very impressionable,” the idea that this “shocking sexual fantasy” is “normal”.
“The whole Sam Smith music video is basically like watching an explicit porn video,” London said. “You actually have Sam Smith mocking Christians. Instead of doing a baptism, someone is urinating in his mouth, which is a sexual amulet for some people, which is shocking.”
“How low can you go? How desperate can your music video be?” he added.
The music video also features Smith dancing with the camera focusing and zooming in on her lower body while she dances to “sexual tones,” London said.
“You have these people in leather underwear and bondage milling around the bed, doing very sexual and suggestive poses, like BDSM bondage,” he added. “Sam Smith has a lot of young fans … and always tries to push his non-binary personality …
London said he believes “highly sexual” content on social media should “at the very least” have age restrictions to prevent children from accessing what he believes to be pornographic content, such as Smith’s music videos.
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As a member of the LGBTQ community, London said Smith’s message is “harmful” because it gives people the impression that this represents all people who identify as LGBTQ.
“They think that all trans people, all non-binary people like Sam Smith, that they’re all into this sexual deviance, which they’re not,” London said.
“People look at Sam Smith and they think he represents the LGBT community,” he added. “I just think it’s very insulting to show LGBT people in that light when you can do a more positive video that’s more uplifting, maybe a love story, something romantic about self-acceptance.”
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London is writing a book, “Detransition,” scheduled to be released in the fall of 2023, which he said will look at society’s push to transition children and the lasting harm to children.