What´s Gender Dysphoria?

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Regardless if someone agrees or disagrees with what someone does with their life, most people understand that life is precious no matter what. One controversial issue that appears in many people’s life is gender dysphoria, which is defined by the American Psychiatric Association as, “involve[ing] a conflict between a person's physical or assigned gender and the gender with which he/she/they identify” (“What Is Gender Dysphoria?”). In some individual’s opinion, the solution for gender dysphoria, which is when individuals transition to the gender they identify as, should not exist. People going or wanting to go through this transition identify as transgender, shortened as trans. Regardless if people agree or disagree with the transition, the…show more content…
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