In one study of detransitioners, around half originally believed that transition would lead them to be “treated better” if they were “perceived as the target gender”.

In one study of detransitioners, around half originally believed that transition would lead them to be “treated better” if they were “perceived as the target gender”. Expand
In one study of detransitioners, around half originally believed that transition would lead them to be “treated better” if they were “perceived as the target gender”.

In a study [1] of 100 detransitioners, 50.7% of females and 45.2% of males identified with the comment “I felt I would be treated better if I was perceived as the target gender”.

REFERENCES

[1] Littman, L. (2021). Individuals Treated for Gender Dysphoria with Medical and/or Surgical Transition Who Subsequently Detransitioned: A Survey of 100 Detransitioners. Arch Sex Behav. [Link]