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From Gender Confusion to Biblical Clarity: KathyGrace's Story

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“Being a woman is good, despite what culture says.”

KathyGrace Duncan, who once lived as a man, is now an advocate for women who identify as transgender at Portland Fellowship in Oregon. Recently, she gave her testimony as part of a panel discussion on the transgender movement at Family Research Council’s annual Pray Vote Stand Summit.

Raised in an abusive household, Duncan had learned at a young age that being a woman was unsafe. “I hated being a woman. I hated everything about it. I was very detached from my emotions. Even as a kid, it felt like I just existed,” she said.

In the early 1980s, at the age of 19, she started taking hormones and changed her name to Keith. Upon transitioning, she was harassed by her family for three months and lost the job she began working at.

Even as the dust settled around her change, her relationship with her parents remained strained. But 11 years later, she was confronted with the truth about herself and decided to detransition from her male status.

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In an interview with FRC President Tony Perkins, she attributed her change of heart to the Lord and the work of the Holy Spirit.

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