If this was a real disease, a neurological disease, then it wouldn't be linked to the Y chromosome - nobody has dared to say intelligence is linked to gender, but here we have a disease very obviously contradicting our best understanding of the human brain... yet few notice that fact.
What are you smoking?
On the contrary, plenty of people have "dared" to make a link between intelligence and gender. Most of them were easily refuted.
But are you really saying that "our best understanding of the human brain" is that its function is entirely gender-agnostic? Hmm. A quick citation search on "gender difference and brain" turns up more articles than can be listed. Women have higher dopamine D-2 receptor binding potentials . Schizophrenia starts to affect women later in life than it does men . Response times to sound as recorded in the auditory brain stem differ between males and females .
And of course, if the brains of males and females worked in exactly saame way, there's be absolutely no reason for "drugging up boys to turn them into girls," because their "youthful energy" wouldn't be any different at all!
I mean, come on. I think ADHD is mostly bogus myself. But nothing saddens me more than seeing someone who is ostensibly on my side of a debate justifying his position with utter nonsense.
 Sex differences in extrastriatal dopamine D-2-like receptors in the human brain
Kaasinen V, Nagren K, Hietala J, Farde L, Rinne JO
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
158: (2) 308-311 FEB 2001
 Main risk factors for schizophrenia: increased familial loading and pre- and peri-natal complications antagonize the protective effect of oestrogen in women
Konnecke R, Hafner H, Maurer K, Loffler W, an der Heiden W
44: (1) 81-93 JUL 7 2000
 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN COCHLEAR RESPONSE-TIME - AN EXPLANATION FOR GENDER AMPLITUDE DIFFERENCES IN THE UNMASKED AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE
DON M, PONTON CW, EGGERMONT JJ, MASUDA A
JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
94: (4) 2135-2148 OCT 1993
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