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carole-anne
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Do you think that kinesiology can give a valid view on the gender issue. I am in the process of trans identity and kinesiologist I went to see test me as 85% female against 25% male.
Do you think that this result can be considered valid?

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tigress
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I do not have much experience with kinesiology, however your question made me wonder about what the results would be if we took a random sample of HP users and went to see a kinesiologist with the same question.
I dont think anyone would be 100% male or female as everyone has male and female hormones in their body.

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Masha B
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I personally would not rely on any technique if I had to make a significant decision such as this. You are the expert on yourself, and no-one else can tell you who you are. You may like to talk things through with someone to clarify your own thoughts and feelings about your sexual identity - if so, then the [url]Pink Therapy[/url] directory may be of use; it has a list of qualified therapists and counsellors who have expertise in working with sexuality and transgender issues.

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Lindadb1908
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As a Kinesiologist I'm horrified that anyone would give such a "diagnosis"..... Personally I'd completely ignore it...

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No-one has 100% male or female gender identity. The BBC has a psychological test [url]What sex is your brain?[/url] - have a go at that, it'll probably give you a more accurate result.

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carole-anne
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Thank you for all your thoughts and views.
As I am "in between" and I'm a fairly "mental", I am wary of him ... Conventional therapies have always left in limbo ...
it's for this reason that i seeks a method that does not pass through the mind...
Kinesiology seemed a good way to reassure me ... or at least have an opinion less influenced by the "psyche"
Thx

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There was a lovely trans-sexual who wrote a book about their sexuality and why it benefits society. It opened my eyes as to why so many variations exists - because they help us as a society. Sadly, I do not remember the title or author of the book, but there was an write-up about it, if I remember correctly, it was in the New Scientist some years ago (ca 2003-2004), so you may wish to google for it.

Sexuality goes according to wide variations. I know of people who underwent gender re-assignment surgery and they really felt to me like the sex they wanted to become or have become (become meaning that they ended up with the right equipment for who they really are inside, for want of a better word). Others seemed to be affected by an energy disruption in their system that would have been much easier and relatively a lot less painful than the surgery. Is this why you ask? If so, I recommend that you download free EFT instructions from any one of a number of online resources and do it on yourself in comfort and completely under your control. EFT is short for Emotional Freedom Techniques, and although it sounds a bit psychological, I find it more of an energy therapy. In my experience, it helps people for example find out if they are really hungry or not, and helps you find out if you can get rid of an allergy-like reaction or avoid a reaction-causing substance; in other words, it can help you find out what is right for you as an individual. There is no right or wrong here; only what is right for you.

Remember that as well as male and female, some people are intersex. This is something that is rarely talked about but is very real. Sadly, it is often seen as a problem, when it can simply be a wonderful way of being.

So, lots of considerations. I hope this helps 🙂

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I would be wary also, mainly cos it adds up to 110%.

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Do you think that kinesiology can give a valid view on the gender issue. I am in the process of trans identity and kinesiologist I went to see test me as 85% female against 25% male.
Do you think that this result can be considered valid?

OMG...
First of all - your so called kinesiologist needs to go to school and learn basics of mathematics
The second - you are who you feel you are and this is reality. Be yourself and do not listen to anyone who telling you that you have to be someone who you are not

In any way, adequate person cannot give such test results.

Remember. She/he is not a dr and not a medical profesional and has extremely limited knowledge and understanding and has no facilities and knowledges to make genuine tests.

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