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International Day depathologization as mental illness of transsexualism in Spain and the World

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On October 22, 2011 was held in various cities throughout the world on International Day of Action for depathologization Trans.
Citizen / Transexual Digital Journal. Until today, transsexuality is in the manuals of mental illness as a disorder. Many doctors believe in the right point to another as ill not fit into their patterns of "normal." So did with homosexuality until 1990, when the World Health Organization (WHO) decided to withdraw from these same manuals listed above.

While depathologization of transsexuality does not, thousands of trans people continue to suffer in the hands of unscrupulous doctors who think they know better how one feels oneself, based on their own conception of what being a man and a woman what .

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