Do you think Detransition is easy and possible, or there remains some mental instability?

The novel "Detransition Baby" revolves around the question of complexities in detransition transgender faces. It also surfaces the life challenges transgender and divorced females face with their sexual mentality.

The story starts with the present time and also goes back to the past.

Ames gets news of his girlfriend Katrina being pregnant, which was not good news for Ames.

Why it was not good made the author dig into his past. Katrina was his boss and a divorcee. In his past, he lived a life of female and was in relation with another transgender Reese.

Reese was an emotional person and wanted to live motherhood. But Amy and Reese broke up, as it didn't work out for them.

Ames was then living as Amy and went through Detransition lately. But he didn't disclose his past to his present girlfriend. Somewhere Amy was not able to completely accept his change.

He isn't ready for fatherhood, to escape the loop of either losing Katrina or parenting. He chooses to involve Reese and proposes to her for co-parenting the child with them. All three of them lately agreed though their differing mindset never settled at a single point.

It is not easy for all beings to live with authenticity. Queer transgenders' faces are hard to overcome, and hence clarity does have a place, somewhere it even resolves issues that don't get solutions with factuality.

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