Gender Dysphoria (also called Gender identity disorder or GID) is the formal diagnosis used by psychologists and physicians to describe persons who experience significant discontent with the biological sex they were born with. It is a psychiatric classification and describes the attributes related to transsexuality. Gender identity disorder in children is usually reported as “having always been there” since childhood, and is considered clinically distinct from GID which appears in adolescence or adulthood, which has been reported by some as intensifying over time. Since many cultures strongly disapprove of cross-gender behavior, it often results in significant problems for affected persons and those in close relationships with them. In many cases, discomfort is also reported as stemming from the feeling that one’s body is “wrong” or meant to be different.