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Dyslexia among Transgender Communities?

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Jacqueline:
I hope I am not posting in the wrong spot. I know this is the area for scientific subjects and generally seems very technical

I was wondering if there has been either anecdotal or scientific research to see how common dyslexia, at any intensity, is among the transgender community? It strikes me that dysphoria lashes out in many possible ways.

I am not a scientist and it is a pet curiosity or maybe theory of mine. However, I am open to being proven wrong.

Sincerely curious,

Joanna

Devlyn:
I could only find one mention here, in the neurological section of this, so I'd guess extensive research has probably not been undertaken. https://www.susans.org/wiki/Gender_differences

Hugs, Devlyn

Jacqueline:
Thanks for the looking around.

Something I may still try to find info about around the web.

Joanna

Wynternight:
I know anecdote is not the plural of data but I am mildly dyslexic. I'd be interested to see if there was any kind of correlation.

alexis.j:
Slightly dyslexic here. It generally does not bug me too much....

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