Former transgender Navy SEAL to resume his life as a man
A former US Navy SEAL who came out as transgender ten years ago has given up on his transition and will soon start living as a biological man again.
In 2013, Chris Beck, then known as Kristin Beck, came out as transgender after serving in the Navy for 20 years, including SEAL Team Six, being deployed more than 13 times and receiving more than 50 medals and ribbons for his service. Speaking to CNN’s Anderson Cooper at the time, Beck said he had always felt like a woman, a feeling he had suppressed for years.
“It’s a constant,” he said. “But when you repress and bottle it is not that on the surface. So maybe I could put it back on a few different layers. You will never notice it.
Now, nearly a decade later, Beck has backed down from his words, saying CNN was using him for propaganda while calling on Americans to “wake up” to transgender radicalism targeting children.
“Everything you see on CNN with my face, don’t even believe a word of it,” Chris Beck told conservative influencer Robby Starbuck in an interview this month. “Everything that’s happened to me in the last ten years has destroyed my life. I’ve destroyed my life. I’m not a victim. I did this to myself, but I had help.
“I take full responsibility,” he continued. “I’ve been on CNN and everything, and that’s why I’m here right now. I’m trying to fix that.
Beck described being “very naïve” at the time of the Anderson Cooper interview and that he had been “abused”.
“I did propaganda. I was misused by many people who had knowledge far beyond me. They knew what they were doing. I didn’t,” he said.
Beck further hit on the targeting of children for bridging procedures and the ease with which they are subjected to chemical castration.
“There are thousands of gender clinics set up all over America,” he said. “As soon as [kids] walk in and say, “I’m a tomboy” or “That makes me feel comfortable,” and then a psychologist says, “Oh, you’re transgender.” And then the next day you’re on hormones – the same hormones they use for the medical castration of pedophiles. Now they give it to healthy 13-year-olds.
“Does that seem fair?” He asked. “That’s why I’m trying to tell America to wake up.”
Beck first transitioned with the help of Veterans Affairs, who gave him the desired hormone treatment almost immediately after a psychologist signed a letter. He hasn’t had any hormones for seven years.
Beck said when he started transitioning, it only took an hour-long meeting at Veterans Affairs to be offered hormones.
“This is a billion-dollar industry between psychologists, between surgeries, between hormones, between chemicals, between follow-up treatments,” he said. “There are thousands of gender clinics popping up across our country. And each of these gender clinics is probably going to bring in over $50 million.