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Neuroscientist Will Study Links B/T TG Braisn & Gender Identity


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An interesting subject. Probably a lifetimes work there!

 

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As Far as Transexuality goes there have already been many studys on the brain diffrences.

 

Its been proved that brains reflet more to the gender they feel more phychlogical attached to

 

The human brain is a very complex but men have roughly 6.5 times More grey matter than woman. Woman 10 times more white matter than men. In the brain of the Transsexual the White matter reflets the white of born female. Its already been done. even pre hormones.  To the point where they took the brains of the deceased and examined them transsexuals and non Transsexuals repspectivly and results showed this also.

 

Well good luck to him if he finds something new.

 

However I would be cautious of a cure so to speak. If there is such a thing.  The only cure i know is what is avaliable now. Which isnt a cure but controls the symptoms. (Thats my take on it)

 

To put that in perspective. I do not feel the symptoms now. However tommrow if i decided to go back to trying  to live as a man I could be damm sure within a week all my symptoms of gender dysphoria  would be back.

 

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“Research has tended to ignore that ambiguous area, which is reflected in nonbinary or gender nonconforming populations,” Vanhoecke said. “This idea of binary health care, that you’re either male or female, it’s only in the last few years that researchers are starting to say that’s just not true.”

 

I think and there are 2 sides to every story. He is trying to find proof that it is not just male and female brains but more diffrences than have already been established.

 

 

 

 

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I've often wondered why my mental landscape seemed to be so different than those around me, that I was more closely aligned with females (since before kindergarten) than the males I was "supposed" to be one of.

Perhaps my brain is one of those that someone will study post-mortem.

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