Study Shows 81 Percent of Transgender Individuals Suffer From Major Personality Disorders
A medical study conducted by researchers with the Iran University of Medical Sciences shows that 81 percent of transgender individuals are suffering from major personality disorders.
They found that 81.4 percent of transgenders have personality disorders, with narcissistic personality disorder being the most common with 57.1 percent of transgenders having this disorder. They also found that the average number of psychiatric diagnoses was three per patient, showing that these people who want to mutilate their genitals are severely mentally ill.
“Personality disorders are common in patients with Gender Identity Disorder who are candidates for sex reassignment. As a result, the assessment of Personality disorders before sex reassignment surgery and offering psychological and medical intervention care, if needed, is strongly suggested,” the study concludes.
The full results of the medical study can be viewed here.