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A detransitioner is a person who previously identified as transgender, possibly to the point of undergoing hormone replacement therapy and other medical procedures such as a double mastectomy. There seems to be a rise in the number of detransitioners, especially among women, probably in relation to the rise in cases of rapid-onset gender dysphoria, transgender identification as a social trend, or transgender identification as a new type of coping mechanism against sex stereotypes.