It does in the sense that it's an observed behavior. If you want a biological explanation for why the phenomenon occurs, then there isn't one, but guess what, neither does any topic in the realm of sexuality.
>>5498055 >Does Gender Fluidity have a basis in science? http://www.avitale.com/etiologicalreview.htm >Gender identity, far from being absolute, appears to occur on a continuum, with most people gathered at either end, the rest being somewhere in between.
It's been talked about before and it's one of those things I look at articles over in my spare time (I'm a psych student so I get free access to all journals) and honestly there hasn't been anything conclusive in the field of neuroscience.
So, if we're talking natural science, no. But personality and identity is a very nuanced thing.
>>5498442 >http://www.avitale.com/etiologicalreview.htm >non peer reviewed studied >whole study is as long as an abstract should be >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQUzxMkbwBg >This person being unbiased
>>5499186 It's a review of the science at the time it was written from a person who has been treating transsexuals for over 30 years. I never said it was a study. Did you bother to track down and read the studies she listed at the end?
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