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by Betty W. Steiner

eBook Gender Dysphoria: Development, Research, Management (Perspectives in Sexuality) download ISBN: 0306416948
Author: Betty W. Steiner
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (January 31, 1985)
Language: English
Pages: 448
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Perspectives in Sexuality.

Perspectives in Sexuality.

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Formerly, when writing about this condition in scientific journals, it was necessary to define the term transsex- ualism.

Elaborate guidelines for patient management have been developed by an international organization of health care professionals (Harry Benjamin Inter­ national Gender Dysphoria Association, 1981). Harry Benjamin's child has come of age. Год: 1985. Издание: 1. Язык: english. Series: Perspectives in Sexuality.

12 Gender Dysphoria and Gender Reorientation. Presurgical Gender Reorientation. Sex Reassignment Surgery. 13 Medical-Legal Issues.

Because sex is usually viewed from the perspective of mammalian physiology, the characteristics of. .

Because sex is usually viewed from the perspective of mammalian physiology, the characteristics of the egg producer - female - and the sperm producer - male - are often thought of as fixed and universal. However, a number of fish species change sex (Diamond, this volume). This treatment model explores the meaning of a gender dysphoric individual's desire for sex reassignment in the context of the individual's biography and psychosociosexual adjustment.

Blanchard R, Steiner BW, Clemmensen LH (1985). Gender dysphoria, gender reorientation, and the clinical management of transsexualism.

Plenum Press, ISBN 978-0-306-41694-1. Blanchard R, Steiner BW, Clemmensen LH (1985). J Consult Clin Psychol. 1985 Jun;53(3):295-304.

Ray Blanchard, Betty W. Steiner and Leonard H. Clemmensen, Gender Dysphoria, Gender Reorientation, and the Clinical Management of Transsexualism.

New York & London: Plenum Press. Ray Blanchard, Betty W. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology 53(3), 1985: 295-304. R. Blanchard, I. Rachansky & B. Steiner. Phallometric detection of fetishistic arousal in heterosexual male cross-dressers".

Gender dysphoria (GD) is the distress a person feels due to a mismatch between their gender identity and their sex assigned at birth. People who experience gender dysphoria are typically transgender.

Gender dysphoria, gender reorientation, and the clinical management of transsexualism. From Sappho to Stand: historical perspective on crossdressing and cross gender. 1981 Nov;26(7):502-6.

In the decade-and-a-half since I coedited Transsexualism and Sex Reassignment (Green & Money, 1969), remarkable changes have occurred with Harry Ben­ jamin's "transsexual phenomenon" (1966). Formerly, when writing about this condition in scientific journals, it was necessary to define the term transsex­ ualism. Now the lay public recognizes it. Even the American Psychiatric Asso­ ciation acknowledges it as a "disorder," with its inclusion in the Third Edition of its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (1980). Although this "elevation" to the status of mental illness may seem a Pyrrhic victory, it is a recognition of the legitimacy of transsexual ism as a source of human suffering. The controversy that surrounded the decisions in the early patient cases to perform sex-change surgery has largely dissipated. The cries of "collusion with delusion," principally from psychoanalysts, have quieted. The dire predictions of psychosis and/or suicide following surgery as the "last psychic defenses are cut away" have almost never been realized. By contrast, many postoperative patients consider the surgery to have been life-saving. Medical centers worldwide have incorporated programs for evaluating and treating persons requesting sex reas­ signment. Elaborate guidelines for patient management have been developed by an international organization of health care professionals (Harry Benjamin Inter­ national Gender Dysphoria Association, 1981). Harry Benjamin's child has come of age.