The CAS have made a distinction between 46XX and 46 XY DSD women. It is, therefore, inaccurate to say that the rule is solely about testosterone, genetics are also being considered.
I look in detail at the different types of transgendered behaviours, and this was my contributon to the book ‘Transgender Children and Young People’, published by Cambridge Scholars. Since then, the phenomena of ‘Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria’ has gained attention, and my chapter may be read in context of ROGD being another type of transgender identity that primatily affects girls and young women, yet it subjected to the homogenisation with other forms of trans by trans lobbyists.
Similar ground is covered in this interview with Dr Oren Amitay and Dr James Cantor….
I found these numbers interesting, based on my visiting a liberal part of a conservative country, and I would implore further study into the cultural vectors that compel women to want to become men.
It is important to understand that the homosexual transsexual and the non-homosexual transsexual have different lives and experiences, although there is commonality in they are both transsexual.
The internet is rife with narratives connecting the consumption of pornography, particularly involving transgender people, and self-realisations of transgender.