Gender dysphoria is a term that describes the feeling when a woman feels like a man trapped in a female body, or the reverse.
This emotional state is more than a mere label; it’s a profound experience that can deeply affect an individual’s life and should be treated as a disorder.
Boys can’t be girls, and girls can’t be boys.
Looking ahead, there is a global strategy to normalise transgenderism as part of a broader transhumanist vector.
Understanding and treatment of gender dysphoria require a more nuanced and compassionate approach. By focusing on the root causes and offering genuine support for the disorder, we can hope to provide those struggling with this condition the care and understanding they deserve.