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  • There’s Growing Evidence For A Link Between Gender Dysphoria And Autism Spectrum Disorders

    We might have reason to believe that there is a connection between Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and gender dysphoria, according to science. This possible link was first brought to light in the 1980’s when a study noted that 10% of the participants, all of whom had been diagnosed with ASD, had trouble answering a question regarding their personal gender identity. Since 2010, at least nine large scale studies have been conducted regarding this subject matter and found that traits of autism were prevalent in 5%-54% of those with gender dysphoria. Several different hypotheses have been¬†proposed to explain the heightened link

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  • What Do Women Regret More: Career or Family?

    Regret is not a pleasant emotion. In fact, it’s a pretty detrimental emotion that has been linked to all sorts of negative well-being outcomes: lower life satisfaction and self-esteem, higher depression and emotional distress, and worse physical health, to name a few. Yet, it’s impossible to do everything we want to do and not do anything we don’t want to do in life. Most of us will have some regrets about something in life. Family- and career- related regrets are among the most common ones people report. For women, in particular, finding the right balance between the two can be

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How do #trans men feel after #genderconfirmationsurgery (aka #bottomsurgery)? A new longitudinal study of 21 #transmen sought to find out. Survey data collected before #surgery and 1 year later revealed that psychological symptoms, #bodyimage, and #selfesteem did not change pre- to post-surgery. Despite this, after surgery participants were more sexually active (both by themselves and with a partner) and used their genitals more frequently during sex compared with before surgery. Furthermore, participants generally reported high satisfaction with their penile function (although they did report problems with urination). The takeaway? #Transgender men who choose to undergo bottom surgery do indeed benefit psychosexually.
#genderdysphoria #sexuality #legitsexscience #sexscience #sexresearch #sexsciencenews
link to study: ow.ly/Z4Xy30gFlGQ
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