“The fact of the matter is, that if it wasn’t effective, there would be a large percentage of…
Octavio Pérez Lassard

Beyond the one paragraph that contained the only salient rebuttal, which I responded to, the rest of your comment simply asserts that you are a physician (which does not necessarily mean you are a qualified expert on genetics, psychology, neurology, gender identity, gender dysphoria, etc.), you have not really provided anything for me to respond to.

You assert, without proof that these studies are inaccurate because the data is self-reported. As if self-reported data is somehow only relevant to other studies, but somehow entirely irrelevant in this particular case.

You assert, without proof, that gender dysphoria is a psychological pathology. Which is directly contradicted by the most recent publication of the DSM. Gender Dysphoria, as a condition, is no more abnormal than any sort of dysphoria a person might have when their expectations aren’t met. That this dysphoria is persistent makes sense, because the conflict between their sexual and gender identities is also persistent. Dysphoria is thus not a pathology.

You also assert that the medical community at large (which you claim without proof that you are affiliated closely with and can, in fact, speak for), agrees with these assertions. This is, of course, in spite of the fact that all of the studies which I referenced in this article and the ensuing comments clearly do exist as living contradictions to every single point you have asserted, without so much as a single citation in support of your claims that contradictions to the facts I have listed exist.

So, you’ll understand if I find your reply entirely uncompelling, to say the least.