NUMBER OF CHILDREN WANTING TO BECOME OPPOSITE SEX DOUBLING EACH YEAR IN SWEDEN, SAY DOCTORS
“There’s a 100 percent increase in numbers each year.”
The number of children feeling the anxiety of being trapped in the wrong body is doubling each year in Sweden, with children as young as six wanting to become the opposite sex, doctors have said, according to local media.
Last year, a Swedish gender investigation team saw some 197 children and young people keen to undergo analysis to determine their gender identity and become the opposite sex, Louise Frisen, child psychiatrist at the Astrid Lindgren Children’s Hospital in Stockholm, told Swedish daily Aftonbladet.
“There’s a 100 percent increase in numbers each year,” Frisen said.
“There [are] more and more young people, and more children coming at very young ages. The increase is identical on the adult side too,” she added.
The country has six clinics for people seeking gender investigation. The overall increase in the number of people who believe they were born in the wrong body indicates a “greater openness” in Swedish society, Cecilia Dhejne, chief of the gender identity investigation team at the Karolinska University Hospital, said.
Dhejne warned, however, that healthcare resources are already overstretched. “The problem in Sweden is that there is a long queue for people both for initiating an investigation into their gender identity and for the different stages of treatment across the country. It is worrying.”
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