What is the Difference Between Gender Identity Disorder and Homosexuality?
GID is a condition ,where a person adult or child is psychologically opposed mentally in some way to their given gender. There are a multitude of reasons assigned to the condition, but current treatment tends toward making hormonal adjustments to adjust the body to the preferred or felt gender where possible.
Homosexuality is a desire to partner with one of the same sex and is most likely pre determined, although no positive proof exists for this theory, it is by far the most supported theory.
Homosexuals of either gender are as comfortable with their sexuality as are heterosexuals apart from the harassment they receive in some ignorant societies which can be very hurtful and damaging to self worth.
A man with GID battles his entire life with the feeling that he should have been born a woman. It takes a huge psychological toll and usually starts so early in life that it has nothing to do with attraction to the opposite sex until later.
A homosexual man can live his entire life happy being a man but is attracted to other men and has no desire to be or be with a woman.
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