I donno, I think the reporter was generally neutral, a bit distant and kind of felt like a national geographic story, but you can't expect in depth gender discussions from a reporter with probably zero background. Really most of the opinion came in the form of quotes from various viewpoints, or ideas directly off those quotes. This was not an op-ed, so really it had to have no opinion from the writer.I think it's actually a good sign of a more open dialog. I mean they did use the term gender-variance, rather then assuming everyone who does not conform to gender roles "has" GID, that they want to be the other sex, and will want HRT and SRS.
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