Marantz, Mothers of Boys with Gender Identity Disorder (1991) This study cited by Steensma, Gender identity development in adolescence (2013) in a section on possible pyschosocial factors.
In the first installment of our critical review of the National Geographic Gender Issue, we considered the statement on page 14 (“Helping Families Talk About Gender”) that it is likely that there are both biological and social factors for the onset of gender nonconformity in children, or
A few months ago, I registered for “The Story Workshop” at the Allender Center in Seattle. Primarily aimed at helping survivors of sexual abuse find the purpose and weight in their fractured personal narratives, the conference promised to be intense but deeply healing. So when
Posted at Transgender Trend, this Submission to Women And Equalities Committee Inquiry Into Implementation Of SDG5 highlights a number of important arguments for sex-based rights from a feminist perspective. Among some of the best points that are rarely considered in the mass-media: Legal issues: “renders men
Steensma, Desisting and persisting gender dysphoria after childhood: A qualitative follow-up study, 2011 Note: Also published 2010.
Singh, A Follow-Up Study of Boys with Gender Identity Disorder, 2012 Note: Doctoral Dissertation, unpublished, but cited in the literature (eg. Steensma, 2013 below)
Steensma,Gender identity development in adolescence, (2013)
Kaltiala-Heino, 2015, Two years of gender identity service for minors: overrepresentation of natal girls with severe problems in adolescent development Note: This is the highest co-occurence I have seen in the literature.
Steensma, Desisting and persisting gender dysphoria after childhood: A qualitative follow-up study, 2011 (also 2010).
Part I: Social Causes? National Geographic has recently been stealing headlines for it’s Gender Issue (Jan 2017), with 9 year-old transgirl Avery Jackson on it’s cover. In a Washington Post story by Ben Guarino, he cites the varied reactions editor Susan Goldberg has received, from “Kudos