"When asked with what sex they identified (“Are you a boy or a girl?”), children who expressed cross-gender identification had a greater chance of persisting GD. [...] Persisters indicated that they believed that they were the “other” sex, and the desisters indicated they wished they were the “other” sex. [...] explicitly asking children with GD with which sex they identify seems to be of great value in predicting a future outcome for both boys and girls with GD."
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