Addressing the disturbed, like ripples in water. Networking for children who transe

Esben Esther P. Benestad

“Children who transe”, is a group that deserve attention from professional health workers. Since a majority of children who trans grow up to be either lesbians, gays and/or transepeople, they are at risk for suicide and other grave psychological consequences. When brought to professional attention, children who transe will often be taken to centralized specialists within the health care systems. This goes especially for the somatic boys, since they evoke much more anxiety than the somatic girls.

Recorded June 12–16, 2011; 20th WAS World Congress for Sexual Health
Forging the Future: Sexual Health for the 21th Century, Glasgow, UK
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Esben Esther P. Benestad

Health and Sports at the University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway.

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