Home » Pseudoscience » You may be transgender and not even know it You may be transgender and not even know it By GallusMag . In Pseudoscience . On April 13, 2019 6 Comments Transgender: It’s good for what ails ye. Or whatever. Slide by Aydin Olson-Kennedy at EPATH 2019. More here: http://transsexual.org/cogiati/index.php?lang=en Tweet Written by GallusMag View all posts by: GallusMag Comments Sarah aka Anemone says: April 13, 2019 Wait, DECREASED gender dysphoria may be a sign? Reply GallusMag says: April 13, 2019 Covers all the bases! Reply Keisha says: April 13, 2019 Most or many people in their own life have felt like this to some degree at some point in their life. I also read that someone said “Everyone should be trans to even the playing field.” People need to wake up. These people don’t respect other’s sexual orientation and sexual preferences while trying to erase others, and make words meaningless, bio sex is now considered a myth, and changing laws that only positively benefit trans. Reply Rosemary says: April 13, 2019 Sponsored by Zephyr Surgical implants, FacialTeam Facial Feminization Surgery, and whatever the hell this is: https://aprils-touch.com Reply Fmnst says: April 13, 2019 Hmmm, 12 out of 19, but no “gender dysphoria.” Maybe I’m trans! Her slide is “reaching” to persuade doctors, parents, and patients to include as many non-definitive symptoms as possible under the trans umbrella. One or more of these symptoms could fit hundreds of diagnoses. She should try for a little credibility by requiring at least one symptom from a designated “Category A,” such as 1. Compulsive cross-dressing since puberty, engineering class, or retiring from the military. 2. Feel miserable with these genitals. 3. Feel like I was born into the wrong body, ever since Woody Allen filmed “Sleeper.” 4. Feel like I have a brain/body mismatch. 5. Pulled barrettes from my hair as a toddler. Reply sly fawkes says: April 13, 2019 But…but… I experience a lot of these issues. One thing I have never experienced is gender dysphoria. Plenty of outrage over the way girls and women are treated, but not gender dysphoria. So…all along I’ve secretly been experiencing gender dysphoria. Who knew? I certainly didn’t! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name (required) Email (required) Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.