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A transsexual is a person who has had, or plans to obtain, a sex change, and many are involved in transgender activism. It is a form of gender confusion.

Biologically, a transsexual can be defined as a person who has a gender identity that differs from their own primary sex characteristics. In order to obtain a sex change, established international medical standards require someone to be treated for gender identity disorder for at least one year, with unsuccessful resolution of the medical disorder without surgical means, and it is intended to stop insane people and crossdressers from getting SRS, as it would cause harm to their mental health. It is intended to be used only as a last resort, when all other therapies have failed.[1]

Scientific and philosophical research is increasingly showing that sex changes do not change one's actual gender in a substantial way.[2][3]


  2. Richardson, Bradford (February 28, 2018). Growing body of research rejects transgender movement. The Washington Times. Retrieved February 28, 2018.
  3. Williams, Thomas D. (March 9, 2018). Nobody Is Truly Transgender Because Sex Change Is ‘Physically Impossible,’ Writes Philosopher. 'Breitbart News. Retrieved March 9, 2018.

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