A tale of abuse and more abuse

 

You have heard the story of Nex (Dagny) Benedict, a young girl transitioning to male being bullied in her Oklahoma school.  The original story was that three girls attacked her in the girls lavatory, smashed her head into the ground, she sustained injuries, was taken to the hospital, released, and died the next day.  There was instant blaming and then “story enhancements” associated with a school that allegedly didn’t support LGBTQ++ trans kids, who had created the potential for this attack by requiring kids to use the restroom aligned with their biological gender, and that the school refused to call for an ambulance despite the girl’s inability to even walk following the “attack,” etc.

The media and victim enablers (AKA LGBTQ++ support groups) quickly glommed onto the terror of being bullied by intolerant transphobes. Candlelight vigils were held nationwide in support.  Presidentish Joe Biden and Dr. Jill issued a statement in support of Nex Benedict and all LGBTQ++ people who deserve safe spaces and acceptance.

Subsequently, more details came out on the story.  It turns out for this incident at least, Nex was not being bullied, she instigated the fight by throwing water on the girls because she felt they were mocking her.  She had never previously met those girls, so this wasn’t a consistent pattern of abuse building up over time, it was Nex lashing out in hypervigilant defense* (more on this theory later).

It also was documented that Nex had suicidal thoughts, expressed to those in attendance during her brief stay at the hospital.

An autopsy later confirmed that Dagney (Nex) committed suicide.

This incident at the school is not the abuse referenced in the post title. That first abuse of Nex started years earlier. Her father was raping and abusing her for years, presumably beginning when she was kindergarten age or earlier.  He was convicted and sentenced to 5 years in jail when she was 9.   One of the conditions of his release after 5 years was that he never have contact with his daughter, and register as a convicted sex offender.

He was released from prison in December and arrested again for failure to register as a sex offender 2 weeks before Dagny committed suicide.

Dagny and her family would have been very aware of the release date of her father, the man who among other things, anally raped her for years.  She may have been aware that he violated his order to register as a sex offender, and knew he was still out on the streets.

The history of abuse, along with the new information about her attacker’s release and additional violations would create a hypervigilant sense of panic in the young girl. This easily could explain her instigating the fight with the three girls in this state of hypervigilance. Well, you have learned about the first instance of abuse from the post title. Her degenerate dad.  An evil man abusing his extremely young daughter.

What is the second instance of abuse?

First let us look at the fragile psyche of a young girl repeatedly abused for years by one who should have been an absolute source of trust and protection, her Dad. How does one cope with trauma like that? One option, make your self invulnerable to further rape. Solution: Transition to a boy. The second abuse is every single counselor, psychologist, guardian and educator who supported this solution abuse  instead of addressing the root cause trauma.

These are the modern day Mengele strutting their defective evil “health care” abuse to troubled minors.

They deserve to be in jail just like the abusive dad.

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  1. kedavis Coolidge
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    Uhhh…

    “Transitioning” to a “boy” would not prevent anal rape.

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  2. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Uhhh…

    “Transitioning” to a “boy” would not prevent anal rape.

    In the mind of an abused young girl, plans are not as logical and rational as they might seem to you.  The lovely Dr psychologist Mrs Nohaaj, states that young girls who are abused often transition as a means of coping.  Where she and i disagree is with her modest defense of the professionals who support those transitions.  She further commented that good, competent trauma therapists are fairy rare. It is easier to go with the current social flow of transitioning, than working thru the root cause trauma. 

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  3. DonG (CAGW is a Scam) Coolidge
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):
    In the mind of an abused young girl, plans are not as logical and rational

    In her mind, she wanted to be less feminine to be less attractive to her abuser.  Rational for a powerless child.    That guy should be put under the prison. 

    One quibble, she was never “transitioning to a male”, since that is not possible.

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  4. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):
    In her mind, she wanted to be less feminine to be less attractive to her abuser.  Rational for a powerless child.    That guy should be put under the prison. 

    That Guy, aka her abusive Dad was put in prison, albeit briefly. 

    The people who supported her transition defense strategy, instead of offering support to deal with the trauma,  should also suffer the same fate. 

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  5. Sisyphus Member
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):
    In her mind, she wanted to be less feminine to be less attractive to her abuser. Rational for a powerless child. That guy should be put under the prison.

    That Guy, aka her abusive Dad was put in prison, albeit briefly.

    The people who supported her transition defense strategy, instead of offering support to deal with the trauma, should also suffer the same fate.

    We live in this world:

    “The AMA opposes the dangerous intrusion of government into the practice of medicine and the criminalization of health care decision-making,” said AMA Board MemberMichael Suk, MD, JD, MPH, MBA. “Gender-affirming care is medically-necessary, evidence-based care that improves the physical and mental health of transgender and gender-diverse people.”

    Most recently in April 2021, the AMA delivered a letter (PDF) to the National Governors Association urging its members to oppose legislative dictates that inappropriately limit the range of options physicians and families may consider when making decisions for gender-diverse pediatric patients. The letter cited evidence demonstrating that forgoing gender-affirming care can have tragic consequences for transgender individuals who face increased risk of anxiety, stress, substance use disorder and suicide. The majority of transgender and diverse-gender patients report improved mental health and lower rates of suicide after receipt of gender-affirming care.

    The AMA is a strong supporter of human rights and freedoms and will continue to strongly oppose discrimination based on an individual’s sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. AMA will continue to work to ensure transgender and gender-diverse minors have the opportunity to explore their gender identity under the safe and supportive care of a physician.

    Europe is coming to their senses. The AMA would do better to review the data Europe is responding to and reverse their support for doctors profiting off of patients’ psychotic breaks. 

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  6. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    Sisyphus (View Comment):

    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    DonG (CAGW is a Scam) (View Comment):
    In her mind, she wanted to be less feminine to be less attractive to her abuser. Rational for a powerless child. That guy should be put under the prison.

    That Guy, aka her abusive Dad was put in prison, albeit briefly.

    The people who supported her transition defense strategy, instead of offering support to deal with the trauma, should also suffer the same fate.

    We live in this world:

    “The AMA opposes the dangerous intrusion of government into the practice of medicine and the criminalization of health care decision-making,” said AMA Board MemberMichael Suk, MD, JD, MPH, MBA. “Gender-affirming care is medically-necessary, evidence-based care that improves the physical and mental health of transgender and gender-diverse people.”

    Most recently in April 2021, the AMA delivered a letter (PDF) to the National Governors Association urging its members to oppose legislative dictates that inappropriately limit the range of options physicians and families may consider when making decisions for gender-diverse pediatric patients. The letter cited evidence demonstrating that forgoing gender-affirming care can have tragic consequences for transgender individuals who face increased risk of anxiety, stress, substance use disorder and suicide. The majority of transgender and diverse-gender patients report improved mental health and lower rates of suicide after receipt of gender-affirming care.

    The AMA is a strong supporter of human rights and freedoms and will continue to strongly oppose discrimination based on an individual’s sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. AMA will continue to work to ensure transgender and gender-diverse minors have the opportunity to explore their gender identity under the safe and supportive care of a physician.

    Europe is coming to their senses. The AMA would do better to review the data Europe is responding to and reverse their support for doctors profiting off of patients’ psychotic breaks.

    I recall a number of posts here on Rico discussing the absolute moral corruption of the AMA, especially their focus on “gender affirming care”.

    FJB and FAMA 

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  7. The Reticulator Member
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    Nohaaj: You have heard the story of Nex (Dagny) Benedict,

    Not until just now. Thanks for the report.

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  8. Sisyphus Member
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    And then there’s the American Psychological Association:

    WASHINGTON — The American Psychological Association has adopted a landmark policy affirming evidence-based care for transgender, gender diverse and nonbinary children, adolescents and adults, noting that recent legislative attempts to obstruct access to psychological and medical interventions for such individuals puts them at risk of depression, anxiety and other negative mental health outcomes.

    “The adoption of this resolution reaffirms APA’s dedication to promoting inclusivity, dignity and access to quality health care for all individuals, regardless of their gender identity or expression,” said APA President Cynthia de las Fuentes, PhD. “It sends a clear message that state bans on gender-affirming care disregard the comprehensive body of medical and psychological research supporting the positive impact of such treatments in alleviating psychological distress and improving overall well-being for transgender, gender diverse and nonbinary individuals throughout their lives.”

    The policy, titled “Policy Statement on Affirming Evidence-Based Inclusive Care for Transgender, Gender Diverse, and Nonbinary Individuals, Addressing Misinformation, and the Role of Psychological Practice and Science,” was approved by APA’s governing Council of Representatives at its meeting on Feb. 24. The vote was 153-9 with one abstention.

    And it goes on from there at great length about how insurance companies must be coerced into paying them for their quackery.

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  9. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    Sisyphus (View Comment):
    And it goes on from there at great length about how insurance companies must be coerced into paying them for their quackery

    Of course,  there is much more financial gain and profit by promoting this abuse. A veritible goldmine, with a perpetual stream of income from each subject who will require a lifetime of counseling. 

    Noting the vote totals of 153-9, you can see the social pressure on these medical “professionals” to adopt the new cool thing, lest they risk being accused of being transphobe.

    History will not record this era in a favorable light. 

     

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  10. QuietPI Member
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    Nohaaj: An autopsy later confirmed that Dagney (Nex) committed suicide.

    This is the first time I’ve heard of the suicide.  Can you provide a source?  

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  11. QuietPI Member
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):
    That Guy

    I object to using the term “guy.”  It lacks the necessary pejorative.  I would prefer “worm,” or something lower and more descriptive.  

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  12. Lunchbox Gerald Coolidge
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    Journalistic Malpractice:  The Washington Post apparently blamed conservative media instead of the abusive father.  I don’t know the back story here, but Libs of TikTok feels the need to defend herself.

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  13. kedavis Coolidge
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    Sisyphus (View Comment):
    And it goes on from there at great length about how insurance companies must be coerced into paying them for their quackery

    Of course, there is much more financial gain and profit by promoting this abuse. A veritible goldmine, with a perpetual stream of income from each subject who will require a lifetime of counseling.

    And since their “lifetimes” don’t seem to be all that long, that’s another reason to push for increasing the “input” side.

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  14. Nohaaj Coolidge
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    QuietPI (View Comment):

    Nohaaj: An autopsy later confirmed that Dagney (Nex) committed suicide.

    This is the first time I’ve heard of the suicide. Can you provide a source?

    https://www.koco.com/article/nex-benedict-death-autopsy-oklahoma-investigation/60192078

     

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  15. QuietPI Member
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    Nohaaj (View Comment):

    QuietPI (View Comment):

    Nohaaj: An autopsy later confirmed that Dagney (Nex) committed suicide.

    This is the first time I’ve heard of the suicide. Can you provide a source?

    https://www.koco.com/article/nex-benedict-death-autopsy-oklahoma-investigation/60192078

     

    That works. Thank you.

    And since DoE stuck its nose into it, you can count on the district will be assigned a federal watchdog, and people will be fired and charged with something. 

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  16. Full Size Tabby Member
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    Nohaaj:

    What is the second instance of abuse?

    First let us look at the fragile psyche of a young girl repeatedly abused for years by one who should have been an absolute source of trust and protection, her Dad. How does one cope with trauma like that? One option, make your self invulnerable to further rape. Solution: Transition to a boy. The second abuse is every single counselor, psychologist, guardian and educator who supported this solution abuse  instead of addressing the root cause trauma.

    These are the modern day Mengele strutting their defective evil “health care” abuse to troubled minors.

    They deserve to be in jail just like the abusive dad.

    As far as I’m concerned, everyone who pushes the “transgender” falsity is a child abuser.

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  17. OmegaPaladin Moderator
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    Poor girl.  May you find peace and forgiveness in the next life, Dagny.   You deserved better adults in your life.

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