Groundbreaking New Study Destroys Transgender Narrative – EVOL

New research conducted in the Netherlands has provided substantial evidence suggesting that the majority of children who experience gender confusion outgrow these feelings by adulthood.

The study, meticulously tracking over 2,700 individuals from age 11 into their mid-twenties, offers a critical perspective amidst the burning trend of gender transition surgery among kids.

Published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, the Dutch research is one of the most extended investigations into the development of gender identity in children. Every three years, participants were asked about their feelings toward their gender, revealing a significant decrease in gender discontentment as they matured.

The study, spanning 15 years, delved into the complex journey of gender identity development from early adolescence into young adulthood. Initially, about 11% of the children reported some level of gender non-contentedness. However, by the age of 25, the figure dropped to just 4%, indicating a substantial resolution of these feelings over time.

via DailyMail

Part of the Tracking Adolescents’ Individual Lives Survey (TRAILS), research involved 2,772 participants and aimed to explore the nuances of gender non-contentedness—defined as dissatisfaction with the gender corresponding to one’s birth-assigned sex—and its correlation with self-concept, mental health, and adult sexual orientation.

The research identified



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