A North Carolina lesbian slammed doctors who led her down a path of transitioning as a ‘fractured and unstable’ adolescent, despite suffering from multiple personality disorder.
Layton Ulery took aim at high-profile medical doctors in a bombshell lawsuit obtained by DailyMail.com, where she claimed that her ‘mind and body’ were inhabited by eight separate identities after almost two decades of abuse at the hands of a cult.
After enduring 18 years of ‘sexual, physical and psychological torment’, which also included conversion therapy to ‘cure’ her from being a lesbian, she left the cult in 2015, while the trauma at the time saw her personality splinter into separate identities.
Eventually, after receiving help from a separate group that led to her merging her multiple identities into one, she was able to see that her symptoms were not gender dysphoria.
Instead, she concluded that it was ‘body dysmorphia brought about by a late puberty, childhood bullying, trauma from sexual assaults, and an unhealthy perspective that she could never achieve the beauty of all the women she encountered on social media and TV.’
She adds that her decision to sue her practitioners over five years later was due to seeing stories of other ‘detransitioners’, who helped her realize that she had allegedly been pressured and coerced into medical treatments she didn’t need or want.
Source: EXCLUSIVE: Lesbian detransitioner with multiple personality disorder who escaped cult sues medics who prescribed her testosterone after deciding she was transgender, causing painful and permanent side effects | Daily Mail Online