Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Transgenderism: Books and Articles

Some books and articles I found useful in preparing my talk on transgender issues:


Reasoning About Gender by Elliot R. Crozat
Abstract: In this paper, I explore two views about gender. I refer to the first as gender dichotomism. I refer to the second as transgenderism. Next, I argue that (1) the burden of proof is on the apologist of transgenderism to show why gender dichotomism is false, and (2) this burden has not been met. Finally, I provide supplementary notes to clarify how certain terms are used in the paper. I forward the points in this paper in the hope that they help to engender further dialogue in the spirit of Socratic clenches.
A New York Times Writer's Reckless Hit Piece on My New Transgender Book by Ryan T. Anderson
Ryan Anderson responds to a negative review of his book When Harry Became Sally.

Understanding Our Transgender Moment--An interview with Ryan T. Anderson

The Philosophical Contradictions of the Transgender Worldview by Ryan T. Anderson

Here Are Five Reasons Transgender Policies Are Harmful by Ryan T. Anderson

Transgender Ideology Hurts Kids by Ryan T. Anderson

Parents Just Lost Custody of Teenage Daughter Who Wants to "Transition" to a Boy: What You Need to Know by Ryan T. Anderson

Michelle A. Cretella, “Gender Dysphoria in Children and Suppression of Debate” Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons vol. 21, no. 2 (Summer 2016)

Pressing Pause on the "Transgender Moment": Ryan T. Anderson's "When Harry Became Sally" by Matthew J. Franck

Transgenderism: A Pathogenic Meme by Walt Heyer

This Man Received 167 Sex-Change Surgeries: He Lives in a World of Regret by Walt Heyer

The Transgender Matrix: It's Time to Choose the Red Pill by Walt Heyer

50 Years of Sex Changes, Mental Disorders, and Too Many Suicides by Walt Heyer

Casualties of a Social, Psychological, and Medical Fad: The Dangers of Transgender Ideology in Medicine by Daniel Payne

What's Wrong with the New NIH Study on Transgender Kids? by Jane Robbins and Erin Tuttle

Alix Spiegel, “Q & A: Therapists on Gender Identity Issues in Kids” NPR (May 8, 2008).
"Here, NPR talks with two psychologists who take radically different approaches to the issue — one whose treatment aims to help kids feel comfortable with their biological sex, and the other whose approach is to allow the children to live as the gender with which they most closely identify at the time."