Gender nonconformity in children is tied to increased abuse risk

02/20/2012 | USA Today

A Harvard School of Public Health study found that children who did not conform to expected gender roles before age 11 were more at risk of physical, psychological and sexual abuse, and post-traumatic stress disorder in early adulthood. The researchers wrote in the journal Pediatrics that 1 in 10 children demonstrated gender nonconformity before age 11.

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