The Prevalence of Only-Child Status Among Children and Adolescents Referred to a Gender Identity Service Versus a Clinical Comparison Group.

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Several studies indicate that homosexual males have a high proportion of older brothers compared to heterosexual males. Natal males with gender dysphoria who are likely to be homosexual also display this sibship pattern. Until recently, there was little evidence linking homosexuality and/or gender dysphoria in females to unique sibship characteristics. Two… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/0092623X.2016.1208702

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@article{Hughes2017ThePO, title={The Prevalence of Only-Child Status Among Children and Adolescents Referred to a Gender Identity Service Versus a Clinical Comparison Group.}, author={S Kathleen Hughes and Doug P Vanderlaan and Ray Blanchard and Hayley L Wood and Lori Wasserman and Kenneth J. Zucker}, journal={Journal of sex & marital therapy}, year={2017}, volume={43 6}, pages={586-593} }