A disturbed teenage girl who was prescribed drugs to transition to a male after an hour-long consultation at a “gender clinic” is now fighting to reclaim her adult life as a woman. Tanya, which is not her real name, changed genders at 18 while battling bipolar, autism, anxiety, and depression. [tweet_embed] May 21, 2022[/tweet_embed] Now, aged 21, the still young woman struggles with suicidal thoughts every day as she works to reverse the transition process. Tanya’s concerned mother, Judith Hunter, blames sections of the transgender community for bending her daughter’s weak mind to suit their agenda. Ms. Hunter told Daily Mail Australia her daughter was “beguiled, groomed and kidnapped” by the transgender community. “There will be a tsunami of kids like our daughter,” she warned. “It is like being brainwashed in a cult, and if you don’t go along with it you are punished.” [tweet_embed] May 21, 2022[/tweet_embed] Tanya took testosterone for 18 months and was later backed by the trans community with crowdfunding to raise money for breast removal. Three years after her journey to manhood began, Tanya was hospitalized in a mental hospital on the verge of suicide. Ms. Hunter said her daughter implored her to help save her from what she had become. By then, the testosterone had pumped through her veins and had irreversible effects on Tanya’s body. Her voice had deepened, her hairline receded, and she had a significant redistribution of body fat. Tanya’s female body had become masculine, including a massive increase in body and facial hair. She now suffers continuous vaginal atrophy and dryness, causing significant pain and requiring constant medication. [tweet_embed] May 21, 2022[/tweet_embed] Ms. Hunter claimed her daughter’s story was not unique, with countless other parents sharing their horror stories with her. “The parents who say, ‘no it’s not the right thing to do’ are (attacked) by the kids and the online sites tell them to turn their back on their family. ‘Get rid of your family. We are your family now’," she said. When Ms. Hunter found the myriad of transgender videos and websites Tanya had been viewing online, she was horrified. “It was like an online manual, what to do, what to say, how to treat your parents and tell them you are suicidal, so you’ll end up in hospital where you’ll be affirmed by hospital staff who will turn on your parents and take your side,” she said. The Newcastle mom, north of Sydney in New South Wales, said while her daughter had struggled for three years through high school after being diagnosed with bipolar, autism, anxiety, and depression, she had no history of gender dysphoria.