Could the brain offer cues to gender identity?

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Gender dysphoria, or the inability of an individual to mentally conform to the gender originally assigned at birth has been widely observed in children right from an early age. The knowledge about gender identity at such an early age has been widely debated to rely on biological factors that come into play much before puberty.

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