Dysphoric: A Four-part Documentary Series

Dysphoric – Fleeing Womanhood Like a House on Fire is a four part documentary looking at the effect of gender identity ideology on women and girls. It includes interview excerpts from detransitioners, clinicians and wider interested parties, together with illustrative highlights from worldwide media coverage . What is particularly interesting, and discussed virtually nowhere else, is the rise of trans-identification in developing countries.

From the maker: In this dystopian world where misogyny is rampant, and womanhood is commodified, being female comes at a cost. Corporates capitalise on women’s bodies blurring the lines of biological sex, and profiting from the empirically untested pseudo-science of queer theory. This gaslighting is aided by the complicity of media, academia, legal and the political world. It is no surprise that young girls are fleeing womanhood like a house on fire. The past decade has seen a steep rise in the number of young girls seeking to transition by undergoing life threatening, irreversible procedures. ‘Dysphoric’ is a four-part documentary series on the rise of Gender Identity Ideology, its effects on women and girls – especially in developing countries. The film explores gender transition, the permanent medical side-effects of hormones and surgeries, the propaganda by ‘woke’ corporations that glorifies thousands of stereotypical gender presentations coalesced as fashion, a surge in pronoun policing; language hijacking that calls women ‘menstruators’, and the many hurdles women face while trying to question this modern-day misogyny. The film amplifies the voices of detransitioners, clinicians, psychiatrists, sociologists, feminists, academics and concerned citizens.