Month: October 2018

There is a trend occurring today that you may have noticed:  Adolescents and young adults are identifying as transgender in unprecedented numbers.  Interestingly, these adolescents and young adults did not show the typical symptoms of gender dysphoria when they were children (thus the late-onset term).  In addition, the teens presenting with suddenly and fully-intact transgendered

Some research suggests that some teens and young adults have questioned if they are transgender based on what they experience during puberty.  Let’s talk about the common symptoms that occur during puberty that can influence an emerging teen to wonder about their gender identity, when it hadn’t been a question before. Here are some physical