Why are kids with separated parents tend to have a gender confusion?
I never heard this.
If the divorce rate hovers around 50% along with parents who never were married but seperated that number of "gender confused" kids would be astronomical!
If the marital status of one's parents determined one's gender state of mind or their sexual orientation there would be no such thing as a LBGT community.
Every one born is a by product of a heterosexual union!
The reality is the LBGTQ community makes up less than 5% of the world's population. Many of them come from intact families.
Please site your source for this. There are some articles put out by a Baptist organization, but there are no reputable medical or psychological journals making this connection.
Also: "gender confusion"? That's not a thing. It's gender dysphoria or gender identity disorder. People have gender identities. They are not confused about their gender. They are asserting their gender identity, which may or may not align with the gender they were assigned at birth.
Boys without a father in the household lack a good male role model, while being pushed more toward protector/provider of the household and confidant/equal of the mother.
Children of single mothers are three times more likely to develop addiction and mental illness, and gender dysphoria is a form of mental illness.
The American Psychiatric Association says gender nonconformity is not in itself a mental disorder. There are psychological aspects of gender dysphoria, like severe stress, which are not unique to gender nonconforming individuals.
The APA has endorsed this particular mental illness per a political agenda, to say that there's no difference between men and women, since you can now officially change gender on whim.
by threekeys 2 years ago
Will it create further confusion and chaos? Or enhance intergration if we encourage ourlittle ones to choose which gender they identify with? Will androgeny and/or fuzzied delineated roles in society ultimately improve our society and /or the quality of our relationships and relating?
by Zonah 2 years ago
Does distortion of the body flourish the psychological environment?
by Dr. Wendy 6 years ago
Do you think it is ok to give kids Ritalin or other drugs because of their behavior?
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