Explaining stable partnerships among FTMs and MTFs: A significant difference?
Research on male to female (MTFs) and female to male (FTMs) transsexuals has pointed to a number of important differences between these categories, namely their different propensity towards cross dressing and relative levels of mental stability. Recent research demonstrates that these assumed differences are not supported by evidence. One difference remains unchallenged - the greater capacity of FTMs to attain and maintain stable partnerships. Extensive interviewing amongst both categories of...[Show more]
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