Seksuologie pp 395-418 | Cite as

17 Genderproblemen

  • Griet de Cuypere
  • Peggy Cohen-Kettenis
  • Guy T’Sjoen
Part of the Quintessens book series (QUI)


Genderproblemen verwijzen naar moeilijkheden die personen kunnen ervaren ten gevolge van een discrepantie tussen hun biologische geslacht en genderidentiteit.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Griet de Cuypere
    • 1
  • Peggy Cohen-Kettenis
  • Guy T’Sjoen
  1. 1.Centrum voor Seksuologie en Genderproblematiek, Universitair Ziekenhuis, GentGent

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