Brown University has censored findings from its very own study on transgendered youth, where they found evidence that teens can be influenced by social media and their circle of friends to want to change their gender identity.
Five days after the university published an article about their study, they removed the article after receiving several community complaints that the study itself was transphobic.
The study focused mainly on what they described as “rapid-onset gender dysphoria”: gender dysphoria that manifested within days or weeks in teens and young adults, rather than presented in one’s early youth.
The study found that transitioning usually happened after teens used social media and after binge-watching videos online about transitioning from one gender to another.
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