I Was America’s First ‘Nonbinary’ Person. It Was All a Sham.

Jamie Shupe, a writer for the Daily Signal, writes an op-ed on their experience as the first “binary” person. Shupe shares how they wanted to live like the authentic woman that they had always been while trading their white male privilege only to become one of America’s most hated minorities.

 

Excerpt:

After convincing myself that I was a woman during a severe mental health crisis, I visited a licensed nurse practitioner in early 2013 and asked for a hormone prescription. “If you don’t give me the drugs, I’ll buy them off the internet,” I threatened.

Although she’d never met me before, the nurse phoned in a prescription for 2 mg of oral estrogen and 200 mg of Spironolactone that very same day.

The nurse practitioner ignored that I have chronic post-traumatic stress disorder, having previously served in the military for almost 18 years. All of my doctors agree on that. Others believe that I have bipolar disorder and possibly borderline personality disorder.

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Source: I Was America’s First ‘Nonbinary’ Person. It Was All a Sham. | The Daily Signal

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