The problem of child sexual identity disorder

The problem of child sexual identity disorder

The problem of child sexual identity disorder : The problem of child sexual identity disorder is more common for parents raising a single boy with more than one girl or girl alone among the siblings of the boys, as they may face the risk of sexual identity disorder in their children. So we addressed that problem in this episode of the Pure blog series.

Definition: It is a severe tension that the child is very nervous about his sex, and manifests in his insistence that he is of the opposite sex, or his urgent desire to become of a non-sex sex.

Spread of the disorder:

Sexual identity disorder is not as widespread as some imagine. But it may remain hidden or disappear with the pressure of society. Perhaps the reason for the male reluctance to attend the psychiatric clinic for treatment is that society does not accept the child’s transgressor and the roughness of the girl, which society accepts as a manifestation of power and not for homosexuality.

It can be classified into three categories:

1) The category of transvestites: they are the ones who wear the clothes of the opposite sex and if secretly, and provoke sexually when doing so and may masturbate then.

2) The category of homosexuality: they are the ones who have sex in the role of the opposite sex (if a female has played the role of a male, a male who has played the role of a female), or the so-called homosexual and has been referred to earlier.

3) Sex coup category: This category is not satisfied with non-sex change, and may seek it through competent clinics in the glands and the use of hormones or through surgical clinics to remove the genitals and change sex.

Symptoms of sexual identity disorders in children:

A clear conflict between the child-born sex and the desired sex.

  • Strong desire to have a child of the opposite sex or insist that he is already of the opposite sex.
  • Dress for male children have a strong preference for dressing or wearing feminine clothes, while in females they have a strong preference for men’s clothing with strong resistance to wearing feminine clothing.
  • Strong preference for switching their sexual roles in regular or imagined games by preferring activities and games played by the opposite sex.
  • Strong preference for choosing playmates all the time from the opposite sex.

The situation is accompanied by a situation of distress and poor social presence among same-sex peers in school.

  • A severe anguish about the child’s sex and his insistence that he is of the opposite sex or his urgent desire to become of a non-sex sex with the constant rejection of anatomical composition and preoccupation with the activities of those who are not of his sex.
  • Females with this disorder play rough games, play the role of males, choose their games and stay away from playing with brides and males with this disorder, so the appearances are clear in his love.

Causes of child sexual identity disorder:

  • Parents are not interested in what appears to be their children’s different gender behaviors or the encouragement or silence of parents.
  • The child’s lack of a father or brother who teaches him the manifestations of masculinity and the lack of a child because of the presence of a mother or sister who teaches her the manifestations of femininity.
  • The mother does not have a male child and calls the girl a male name in order to achieve her desire to have a son who mentioned the opposite.
  • The presence of female features in male children are factors that prepare for the occurrence of male disorder as well as the presence of male features in females.
  • Analytical theories suggest that the child’s unification with his father of the opposite sex may affect his or her inclinations and identity. A child who is highly attached to his or her mother may grow up to be feminine. Physical or sexual harm to a child at an early age may also make him dream of disappearing and disappearing if he or she turns to the opposite sex, affecting the development of his or her identity.

Treatment of the problem of sexual identity disorder in children:

  • Try to instill the behavioral pattern of each sex and focus on the behavior of the child and encourage him to match his gender.
  • Directing parents to correct their role in the behavior they adopt with the child.
  • Present the child to a specialist to confirm the child’s identity and

 prepared Afaf Albader