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You’d never guess it by the accelerated efforts of Globohomo to normalize trannyfreakism as if the affliction is and has always been the most natural thing in the world, but there was once a successful pharmaceutical intervention that cured a trannyfreak of his compulsion.

From a 1996 study,

The successful treatment of a gender dysphoric patient with pimozide.

OBJECTIVE:
The case is reported of a gender dysphoric patient who responded successfully to pharmacotherapy with pimozide.

CLINICAL PICTURE:
An adult male patient with a borderline learning disability presented with cross-dressing and a strong wish to undergo a sex change.

TREATMENT:
Supportive psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy with pimozide was tried.

OUTCOME:
There was an excellent response to pimozide 2 mg daily, with a cessation of both cross-dressing and the wish for sex reassignment. When, after 1 year, the dose was reduced to 1 mg daily, there was a rapid return of the cross-dressing and the wish for sex reassignment. An increase in the dose again led to a remission which has been maintained since then.

CONCLUSION:
Pharmacotherapy with pimozide should be considered in cases of doubtful gender dysphoria.

Science is real, shitlibs!

Pimozide is an antipsychotic normally used to treat Tourette’s Syndrome sufferers and schizophrenics. This is an interesting overlap, because it suggests that whatever brain imbalance or neural connectivity issue causes Tourette’s and schizophrenia is likewise implicated in the urge to dress up in chiffon and demand everyone call you “ma’am”.

But, sometime between that 1996 study and now, Clown World asserted itself and instead of promising medical interventions to cure cross-dressers of their obvious mental illness we have witch hunts to destroy the life of anyone who dares to question the validity of the gender fluidity propaganda.

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