First I would like to apologize for using gender incorrectly in the title as I did, this was intended to convey an idea to the largest amount of people possible. I understand gender is frequently used wrong in this way but I believe my idea is more widely understood correctly this way. I did not mean to ask if Sz has anything to do with an individuals gender expression. Rather I was wondering if there was any proof to suggest that Sz is more common in one sex over the others.
I cannot say that I have met any other female to date who shares my diagnoses of Sz. I am curious if my experience in this matter is shared or just my individual experience. I would like to know if there are other females out there with Sz and if there is any conclusive studies that might shed light on why there would be a bias towards sex if one exists.
I do plan to research this later this evening and I will report back any findings I might come across.
The difference between Sex and Gender is not on topic with the main point I want to make here but if you have more questions regarding this topic please feel free to message me privately or consult our friend Google.
Edit: to add an ‘s’ to other so as to be inclusive of intersexed individuals too.