Arch Sex Behav (2017) 46:2521–2524 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-017-1066-6 COMMENTARY ON WI NTER ET AL. ( 2016) Kenneth J. Zucker Published online: 28 August 2017 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 As noted by Winter, De Cuypere, Green, Kane, and Knudson (2016a), (Yes or No), 115 (47.7%) answered Yes and 123 (51.0%) answered the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WP No. The jury was hung. ATH) convened a ‘‘consensus meeting’’ in February 2013, in Winter et al. (2016a) conducted some additional analyses to iden- response to a request from the World Health Organization (WHO) tify potential correlates of the membership’s binary vote on to provide input regarding proposals in relation to gender iden- the GIC diagnosis, which are summarized in Tables 2–5. There tity-related diagnoses for the forthcoming 11th revision to theInter- was no signiﬁcant association with the number of years in which national Statistical Classiﬁcation of Diseases and Related Health the voters had worked with‘‘trans people’’(Table 4). There was no Problems (ICD-11), now scheduled for approval in 2018. For back- signiﬁcant association as a function of the age group with ground information on the ICD-11 process and proposals, see Cabral, whom the voters worked (children only vs. adolescents and adults Suess,
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