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Submitted by Stephanie Lee Assistant Manager

Transsexuality may be genetic
                           
                           Transsexual's desire to change their sex is genetic, not
                           psychological, according to a Swedish psychiatrist, Mikael
                           Landen, from the University of Gothenburg. And this could be
                           why most had much happier lives after their sex change.
                           
                           Speaking to a Swedish newspaper, Dr Landen said he had
                           discovered three genes present in transsexual males that make
                           them less sensitive to testosterone, the male hormone that
                           stimulates the development of the male sexual organs.
                           
                           "It could explain why transsexuals cannot be cured by
                           therapies, and why there are transsexuals in every civilisation,"
                           Dr Landen added.
                           
                           In a study of 400 transsexuals, he found that nine out of 10
                           were happier after the operation. They had better psychiatric
                           health and better working relations. They were also less likely
                           to commit suicide. ( This is a copy writed article I found and shared
                           with my therapist)
                           
In my personal opinion this finding is not surprising considering the
                           results of the other studies on transexuality)
                           
Stephanie Lee (assistant manager)
                           

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