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The fictional book, Dancing On The Periphery, to be launched on December 09, 2016

  1. Title
    The fictional book, Dancing On The Periphery, to be launched on December 09, 2016
  2. Author
    Eugene Pichler
  3. Date
    Jun 19, 2015
  4. Abstract
    G. Eugene Pichler has announced that the release of the second volume of the book, The Transsexual Delusion—The Good Doctor, is schedule for June 06, 2017. The book, The Good Doctor, looks at the medical community that treats so-called Gender Identity Disorder (commonly referred to as gender dysphoria) and how transsexuals, themselves, have gradually taken over key positions in the medical community to dictate the medical protocols dealing with gender dysphoria.
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G Eugene Pichler, Dancing on the Periphery, Book Launch, Toronto, April 21, 2000

G Eugene Pichler speaks at the launch of the first version of the fictional book, Dancing On The Periphery, at the Buddies and Bad Time Theatre, Toronto, Ontario on April 21, 2000

The fictional book, Dancing On The Periphery, to be launched on December 09, 2016

Toronto, Ontario

G. Eugene Pichler has announced that the release of the fictional book, Dancing On The Periphery, is scheduled for December 09, 2016. In his fictional book, Dancing On The Periphery, G. Eugene Pichler follows the life of an adolescent who struggles with trans-sex addiction.

G. Eugene Pichler's writings on the topic of sexual disorders has on occasion occupied the attention of the media shortly after he launched Transgression Publications. Transgression Publications promotes a number of books, opinion editorials and articles that delve into contemporary, medical topics, including behavioral addiction. The site's feature book, The Transsexual Delusion⁙The Men and Women Who Transgress Gender Norms, looks at transsexualism as a behavioral addiction, much like a sex addiction, which is caused by a faulty reward system in the human brain.

In 2007 Emily Mills formerly of the Diversity Programming group of CTV News (and now with the CBC) recognized G Eugene Pichler as an expert in the trans subject matter.

For more information contact G. Eugene Pichler or call Eugene at (647) 367-0062.