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Американские учёные нащупали, откуда берутся "внезапные трансгендеры" [Aug. 30th, 2018|08:05 pm]
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https://aftershock.news/?q=node%2F677762&full#.23c1d9c3172.livejournal

Учёные Университета Брауна в Род-Айленде исследовали причины всплеска "внезапной гендерной дисфории" среди подростков, т.е. ситуаций, когда подросток внезапно заявляет о своей трансгендерности, хотя ранее не был в ней замечен и интереса к теме не проявлял.

На основе анализа историй 256 семей, учёные сделали вывод, что ключевым фактором является погружение подростка в контент трансгендерной тематики в соцсетях. Выявлен механизм "peer contagion" (эмоционального заражения темой от друзей в соцсетях).

Впрочем, университет проявил осмотрительность и в рамках борьбы за "академическую свободу исследований" удалил отчёт об исследовании с сайта университета через 5 дней после публикации, как неполиткорректный, т.к. выводы отчёта противоречат общепринятой в американской науке точке зрения о естественном характере "гендерной дисфории" и могут повредить "трансгендерному сообществу".

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/08/30/brown-u-pulls-gender-dysphoria-study-worried-that-findings-might-invalidate-perspectives-transgender-community.html
https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0202330

Results
There were 256 parent-completed surveys that met study criteria. The adolescent and young adult (AYA) children described were predominantly female sex at birth (82.8%) with a mean age of 16.4 years. Forty-one percent of the AYAs had expressed a non-heterosexual sexual orientation before identifying as transgender. Many (62.5%) of the AYAs had been diagnosed with at least one mental health disorder or neurodevelopmental disability prior to the onset of their gender dysphoria (range of the number of pre-existing diagnoses 0–7). In 36.8% of the friendship groups described, the majority of the members became transgender-identified. The most likely outcomes were that AYA mental well-being and parent-child relationships became worse since AYAs “came out”. AYAs expressed a range of behaviors that included: expressing distrust of non-transgender people (22.7%); stopping spending time with non-transgender friends (25.0%); trying to isolate themselves from their families (49.4%), and only trusting information about gender dysphoria from transgender sources (46.6%).

Conclusion
Rapid-onset gender dysphoria (ROGD) describes a phenomenon where the development of gender dysphoria is observed to begin suddenly during or after puberty in an adolescent or young adult who would not have met criteria for gender dysphoria in childhood. ROGD appears to represent an entity that is distinct from the gender dysphoria observed in individuals who have previously been described as transgender. The worsening of mental well-being and parent-child relationships and behaviors that isolate AYAs from their parents, families, non-transgender friends and mainstream sources of information are particularly concerning. More research is needed to better understand this phenomenon, its implications and scope.


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