Male ABC News Editor Who Discovered He's a Woman, Now Rediscovers He's a Man

The first clue was apparently male pattern baldness


The first clue was apparently male pattern baldness so maybe the whole temporary tranny thing was an elaborate attempt at hiding the whole bald thing.

ABC News editor Don Ennis strolled into the newsroom in May wearing a little black dress and an auburn wig and announced he was transgender and splitting from his wife. He wanted to be called Dawn.

But now he says he suffered from a two-day bout of amnesia that has made him realize he wants to live his life again as Don.

Surprise. Sincerely believing you're a woman when you're a man is a mental problem. It's not a civil rights issue. It requires psychological help.

“Fortunately, my memories of the last 14 years have since returned. But what did not return was my identity as Dawn,” said Ennis, who had been wearing lipstick, skirts and heels.

“I am writing to let you know I’m changing my name . . . to Don Ennis. That will be my name again, now and forever. And it appears I’m not transgender after all.

LGBT activists insist that transsexuals are actually born with a brain of another gender. Never mind the stupidity of that for a second, it turns out that Don Ennis' brain was not the issue, his memories were. Once the memories of his sexual experimentation went away, so did the fake female identity.

“I’m asking all of you who accepted me as a transgender to now understand: I was misdiagnosed...“It’s so odd to be experiencing this from the other side; as recently as last Friday, I felt I was indeed a woman, in my mind, body and soul."

It's not a diagnosis except of a psychological problem.

Ennis had previously told friends that he suspected his sex mix-up happened because his mother gave him female hormones as a child that made him look and sound young to prolong a bit-part acting career, but he ended up developing breasts and started thinking he was a woman.

ABC News. You give us 5 minutes and one of our news editors will scar you for life.

The startling he-to-she-back-to-he move came after Ennis had publicly announced on Facebook in May that he was leaving his wife of 17 years, Wendy, to become a full-time woman.

The Connecticut resident has now assured friends and colleagues that his switch back to being a man isn’t a joke.

No it is a joke. So is the whole tranny rights movement. What isn't a joke, is the abuse being inflicted on children by demented adults trying to raise them in another gender.