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Declaration on the impossibility of common representation


I would like to thank ThorinEichenschild from VTSM for the kind permission to publish the declaration on this page. The original (in german language) can be found here: >>klick<<


Declaration about the phenomenon-given impossibility of a common representation of the interests of classic transsexual people (NGS) on the one hand and anyone affected by gender, be it transgender or other trans* people on the other hand, through LGBT*Q / Trans*-lobby organizations.

In the last few years there has been an increasing hostility towards transsexuals in the deliberate public presentation and in the thematization of the phenomenon; The LGBT* Q / Trans* community in particular makes a significant contribution to this. The aggressive coercion of classic transsexuality (NGS) through "gender diversity" and the unquestioned public allocation and imposing of opposite-sex lifestyles, as is usual for the self-image of the political lobby representatives for trans* people, forces us, as VTSM, into the representation of the interests of relevant and clearly transsexual people to make a statement on this.

Transsexual people have preoperatively a genital body problem (NGS). However, they know that they clearly belong to their true gender, and undoubtedly see themselves either as a man or as a woman, but never non-binary as "neither / nor" or as "both and".

In this respect, there are no phenomenal similarities with transgender people or other trans* affected persons, who are often aware of their true sex, which is in accordance with the sex assigned to them at birth, and who, for whatever reasons, always play an opposite-gender role and prefer a way of life for themselves, or some of them who can't or do not want to assign themselves sexually.

About 40 years ago there were only the terms "transsexuality" on the one hand and "transvestism" on the other hand for the different phenomena. With the coining of the term "gender", which goes back to the behaviorist John Money, a conceptual confusion and blurring of these different phenomena was initiated. In the light of the "cognitive turnaround", the behaviorist concept of Money is now based on a paradigmatically completely outdated view. The reduction of gender to overt and socially influential gender roles denies all naturally existing knowledge backgrounds about one's own biological-neural sex system.

The constant attempts to impose new terms on transsexual people, such as the terms transgender, trans* person or transgender, which can be traced back to Money and which have been evident for decades, prove the deliberate efforts of the deliberate confusion of terms. These serve to force transsexual people (NGS) to co-opt, to make them invisible and silenced, to deny them their sex.

In our view, this is an indescribable, disgusting process, which we profoundly reject and which we strongly oppose.

As long as LGBT*Q or Trans*-interest groups do not explicitly and unequivocally publicly advocate making it clear that transsexuality is about the recognition of the neuro-genitally coherent sex (NGS), and not about a gender identity, and also do nothing actively with it in order that transsexuality is not mixed with the gender phenomenon and instead remains visible as an independent phenomenon, as long as such interest groups act this way, they do not have in the right to claim that they "represent transsexual people".

Transsexuality, as neurogenital syndrome (NGS), is an independent phenomenon, independent of any gender issue, it is a physical problem. People after genital reassignement surgery are fully fledged women or men, which a real interest group like VTSM e.V. must and will explicitly represent in a publicly effective manner!

Through many allegations and misrepresentations of transsexuality (NGS), the LGBT*Q / Trans*-lobby-community loses any right to speak for transsexual people (NGS) and to participate in decision-making.
The VTSM e.V. as a representative of the interests of transsexual people (NGS) deprives the LGBT*Q / Trans*-community of any authorization to talk, to find or even to decide over our heads about our concerns, needs and realities.

:vtsm: the board of directors


Important note: Recently, we have rejected the term “Neurogenital Syndrome” and the associated abbreviation “NGS” for various reasons:
  1. Too genitally biased and therefore stigmatizing.
  2. The transition is carried out holistically and not just “down there”.
  3. Our phenomenon is not a syndrome (accumulation of symptoms), therefore a medically incorrect term.
  4. It is not scientifically and medically based, has no scientific and medical basis (in contrast to "neurointersexuality")
  5. There is no high-quality scientific literature on NGS, but there is on neurointersexuality.
  6. For reasons that we do not want to commentate.
Letzte Bearbeitung: 13.02.2024, 01:29



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Neurointersexualität / Neurointersexuelle Körperdiskrepanz (NIBD)
Eine Zusatz-Bezeichnung, die gerne von manchen originär transsexuellen Menschen benutzt wird, um sich von der inflationären Benutzung des Begriffes "Transsexualität", welche durch die genderorientierte Trans*-Community, aber auch durch die Medien getätigt wird, abzugrenzen. NIBD-Betroffene wollen einfach nicht mit anderen Phänomenlagen, die entweder nur ein Lifestyle, Rollenproblem oder sexueller Fetisch sind, verwechselt und/oder in einen Topf geworfen werden. Die Bezeichnung NIBD bezieht sich auf die wissenschaftliche Arbeit von Dr. Haupt.


Neurointersexuality / Neurointersexual Body Discrepancy (NIBD)
An additional term which is often used by originally transsexual people to differentiate themselves from the inflationary use of the term "transsexuality" by the gender-oriented trans* community, but also by the media. NIBD patients simply do not want to be confused and/or lumped together with other phenomena that are either just a lifestyle, role problem or sexual fetish. The term NIBD refers to the scientific work of Dr. Haupt.





Transgender - Transidentität
Transgender hadern hauptsächlich mit der sozialen Geschlechterrolle (gender), die ihnen seitens der Gesellschaft und kulturellen Konventionen aufgedrückt wird. Einen körperlichen Leidensdruck, wie ihn originär transsexuelle Menschen (NIBD) verspüren, ist bei ihnen nicht gegeben. Gerne und immer wieder wird, auch von Fachleuten, Transgenderismus mit originärer Transsexualität verwechselt.
Transidente hadern mit ihrer Identität als Mann oder Frau. Dieses Problem ist rein psychisch bedingt, einen körperlichen Leidensdruck, wie ihn originär transsexuelle Menschen (NIBD) verspüren, ist bei ihnen ebenfalls nicht gegeben. Auch hier wird das Phänomen gerne mit originärer Transsexualität verwechselt.


Transgender - Transidentity
Transgender people mainly struggle with the social gender role (gender) that is imposed on them by society and cultural conventions. They do not experience the kind of physical distress felt by originally transsexual people (NIBD). Transgenderism is often and repeatedly confused with original transsexuality, even by experts.
Transident people struggle with their identity as a man or a woman. This problem is purely psychological; they do not experience the kind of physical suffering that original transsexual people (NIBD) do. Here too, the phenomenon is often confused with original transsexuality.

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