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Transgender has two common definitions; both of them are forms of gender confusion:

  1. Similar to transsexual, but without having had a sex-change operation.
  2. As a synonym for transsexual.

61-98% of young people outgrow their gender confusion if allowed to progress naturally.[1]

The term "transgender" is not to be confused with a whole host of "gender identities" (which liberals see as separate from biological sex) under the umbrella of genderqueer, which includes, besides transgender:

  • Bigender (both man and woman)
  • Agender (neither man nor woman)
  • Genderfluid (alternating between genders)
  • Third gender (found in Indian culture, some American Indian cultures, and also invented by modern-day people)

See also


  1. Ristori J, Steensma TD. Gender dysphoria in childhood. Int Rev Psychiatry. 2016;28(1):13-20.

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