transsexual reveler at the Toronto Gay Pride parade circa 2005

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Transsexual Reveler at the 2005 edition of the Toronto Gay Pride Parade

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The Transsexual Delusion—The Men and Women Who Transgress Gender Norms

In the first volume of his book, The Transsexual Delusion—The Men and Women Who Transgress Gender Norms, G. Eugene Pichler looks at transsexualism as an autogynephilic, behavioral addiction, much like a sex addiction, Internet addiction or gambling addiction, which is caused by a faulty reward system in the human brain. Pichler further reports that the medications that effectively treat behavioral addictions show good results in treating transsexualism. In fact modern research shows that the drugs that effectively treat epilepsy treat behavioral addictions. Epilepsy, when properly managed, is virtually absent in the transsexual community, indicating transsexualism is a disorder and not a natural condition at birth, like left handedness.

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Dancing On The Periphery

In his fictional book, Dancing On The Periphery, G. Eugene Pichler follows the life of an adolescent who struggles with transsexualism. Later in the book as the main character, Justin McWhinney, a.k.a., Siobhan, enters adulthood, he begins to exhibit the symptoms of Epilepsy. Over the course of treatment for Epilepsy, McWhinney vascillates between aggresssively pursuing a gender transition and not. A psychiatrist assigned to the case, Dr. Richard Chase, is tasked with the job of unraveling the mystery as to why the main character's proclivities towards a gender transition evaporate with the advent of medication only to return when the meds are stopped. The book is based on a true story of a member of the transsexual community in Toronto, Ontario.

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The Transsexual Delusion—The Good Doctor

In the second volume of his book, The Transsexual Delusion—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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