Gender identity disorder on the surge among Swedish adolescents

The number of Swedish adolescents who feel unhappy about their sex and seek healthcare to make a gender identity investigation is increasing, probably as the result of education policies that seek to turn a person’s sexual identity into a matter of choice rather than accepting it as a given. In other words, applied gender ideology turns out a perfect tool for making generations of young people unhappy.

The spread of Gender Identity Disorder, as it is still called in the International Classification of Diseases, is indicative of the poor psychological health in an entire generation of Swedish adolescents – as reported by a Lancet study some time ago. More than 55% of them are born out of wedlock, great numbers live in ‘patchwork’ families which means they have to bear the burden of their parents’ divorce or lack of mutual commitment (a universally acknowledged cause of psychotraumatisation).