At the risk of upsetting one of my rare regular readers - this article at The Conversation "Why
rapid on-set gender dysphoria is bad science" shows what a ridiculously partisan and untrustworthy field this is.
As I said in my earlier post, it is patently clear that those with intense "pro transgender" take on the matter feel they must immediately attack and try to shut down anyone who dares suggest that there might be more to look at than just what a transgender child/person says about themselves.
It is a ridiculous attack on the paper surveying parents which made it plain it was aware of its limitations, and acted more as a call for further research.
But no no no, we can't have that, can we?