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Autogynephilia: Why Blanchard Didn't Go Far Enough
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Max Morris's essay represents a radical rethink of Ray Blanchard and Anne Lawrence's work on autogynephilia. By examining their theory of the sexual origins of transgender identity from the point... More > of view of evolutionary biology, Morris comes up with the surprising conclusion that they didn't go far enough. In what is surely going to be one of the most controversial articles of 2017, Max Morris has made a massive contribution towards new thinking on gender dysphoria and late onset transsexualism.< Less
Transgender: Fact or Fetish - Reality or Delusion?
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“Quite frankly, my research on autogynephilia was biased.” This astonishing admission from trans-advocate, Felix Conrad, is prompted by an e-mail from a young reader who has fallen into... More > clinical depression because she believes she is not transgender, but has a fetish. Chasing down his own secret fears of fetishism and delusion, Felix Conrad decides to throw LGBT politics to the wind and launch the world’s first objective analysis of the two most common alternative transgender narratives. His incredible findings – drawn from diverse disciplines such as evolutionary biology, linguistics and ethology – usher in a new era of understanding complex subjects such as the self as an erotic target, hybrid gender identities, and the biological dynamics which underpin a transgender person’s need to transition. This compelling narrative – both personal and scientific – will have you wondering if Felix Conrad is trying not only to save his young reader, but also himself.< Less
Quantum Desire: A Sexological Analysis of Crossdreaming
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Felix Conrad explores the grey area where sexology meets transgender theory in a book which has three purposes: 1) To decide on a definitive scientific name for sexual behaviour that has been... More > described as everything from autogynephilia to sissification, female embodiment to transgender. 2) To categorise said behaviour in purely sexological terms, examining its compatibility with various labels such as orientation, paraphilia and fetish. 3) To explore the viability of a purely sexological discourse of crossgender arousal, asking if it can ever be decoupled from transgender theory. After this analysis, Felix ends the book with his own unique narrative of gender variant sexuality, Quantum Desire, an explanation so far out of the box you will think that either Felix has finally arrived at the dizzy heights of genius or the inescapable clutches of madness. Enjoy!< Less
How to Jedi Mindtrick Your Gender Dysphoria
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This book is based on the idea that a transgender person's interpretation of concepts like 'femininity' and 'transgender' can either increase or reduce gender dysphoria. As Conrad demonstrates,... More > theories such as feminine essence - while seeming helpful - add an urgency and intensity to dysphoria and create a bias towards non organic treatments. Conrad concludes that if certain concepts have a negative effect on gender dysphoria then there must be others that are positive. Thus Conrad deconstructs contemporary transgender theory and reassembles it in a way which unequivocally affirms transgender identity but makes it less taxing on your wallet, your body and your family. To achieve this, Conrad has written a powerful self help book which objectifies gender dysphoria as a hard taskmaster that makes specific and real demands on the sufferer. Conrad examines these demands and looks for tricks, shortcuts and concepts that will satisfy the need for authentic gender expression without wholesale transition.< Less
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In the book the author looks at transsexualism as a behavioral addiction, much like a sex addiction, Internet addiction or gambling addiction, which is caused by a faulty reward system in the human... More > brain. The author further reports that the medications that effectively treat behavioral addictions show good results in treating transsexualism. The author further shows that if the medical community were to treat transsexualism in the context of a behavioral addiction in lieu of a gender identity disorder, that transsexualism as it is known today would be virtually eradicated within one generation.< Less
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