Some news sites are highly vocal about transgender news articles, and also sometimes report hormonal issues due to pollution, like sex-changes in fish and low sperm counts in men.

Is there any research and evidence that pervasive chemicals have caused a change in the proportion of children that are considered for sex-reallocation treatment and that present sexual eccentricities?

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    $\begingroup$ Really need to supply evidence that "sexual eccentricities" are more common in the present than in the past. (And not just because they are not persecuted in modern western society to as great an extent as elsewhere/when.) Certainly there are transexual people in history at least as long ago as the Roman Emperor Elagabalus, and an entire religious sect apparently devoted to it: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galli $\endgroup$ – jamesqf Jun 17 '19 at 17:08

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