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You’re very wrong about trans kids

in #DiscoSexology/Cristan Williams/Fact Checking

Having learned that the mainstream publication The Atlantic has paid professional anti-trans concern troll Jesse Singal to write about trans issues, I want to address his well-worn arguments before he can make them. To do so, I will assert and then substantiate a few things: The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) IV…

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#DiscoSexology Part IX: Dr. Zucker, CAMH, & Conversion Therapy

in #DiscoSexology/Opinion

By Cristan Williams   Installment¬†Preface Welcome to the¬†ninth and last¬†installment in this series on the rise and fall of Disco Sexology. In the previous installment, I interviewed the author of the classic, The Last Time I Wore a Dress, Dylan Scholinski. Scholinski was diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder and confined to a mental institution that…

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#DiscoSexology Part VIII: Interview the Author of The Last Time I Wore A Dress

in #DiscoSexology/Interview

By Cristan Williams   Upon completion of this series, this work will be released, in its entirety, as both an audio and ebook. Installment¬†Preface Welcome to the¬†eighth¬†installment in this series on the rise and fall of Disco Sexology. In the previous installment, I interviewed radical feminist and pioneer in affirmative models of trans care, Arlene…

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#DiscoSexology Part VII: Interview With Affirmative Therapy Pioneer

in #DiscoSexology/Interview

By Cristan Williams Upon completion of this series, this work will be released, in its entirety, as both an audio and ebook. Installment¬†Preface Welcome to the¬†seventh¬†installment in this series on the rise and fall of Disco Sexology. In the previous installment, I interviewed the co-founder of the Gender Infinity conference, recently picketed by the Westboro…

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#DiscoSexology Part VI: Interview With Gender Infinity Co-Founder

in #DiscoSexology/Interview

By Cristan Williams   Upon completion of this series, this work will be released, in its entirety, as both an audio and ebook. Installment¬†Preface Welcome to the¬†sixth¬†installment in this series on the rise and fall of Disco Sexology. Affirming therapeutic models offer a patient-therapist relationship wherein the patient‚Äôs gender isn‚Äôt problematized. This approach was recently…

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#DiscoSexology Part V: An Interview With Zucker’s Patient

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By Cristan Williams Upon completion of this series, this work will be released, in its entirety, as both an audio and ebook. Installment¬†Preface Welcome to the¬†fifth¬†installment in this series on the rise and fall of Disco Sexology. Affirming therapeutic models offer a patient-therapist relationship wherein the patient‚Äôs gender isn‚Äôt problematized. This approach was recently criticized…

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