Monthly Archives: February 2019

James Caspian and “fifty trans people” who regret transitioning

James Caspian: who is this character? A couple weeks ago, an article came across my feed from the UK’s Sunday Times, headlined: “Fifty trans people tell therapist of regrets”. Caspian is that therapist, a British hypno-psychotherapist with a Hotmail address … Continue reading

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How did Lisa Littman choose my “That was dysphoria” article for inclusion in her rapid onset gender dysphoria study?

Finding out that my 2013 article “‘That was dysphoria?’ 8 signs and symptoms of indirect gender dysphoria” was cited in Lisa Littman’s “rapid onset gender dysphoria” study came as a surprise to me last year – not only because I … Continue reading

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Ongoing media misrepresentation of early-onset and late-onset gender dysphoria

Alongside the common misconception that children lack the capacity to understand or recognize that their gender doesn’t align with their assigned sex, there now proliferates the notion that only those trans people who were aware of their gender identity as … Continue reading

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