We may be providing a lengthier definition of Gender Derangement Syndrome in the future.
GDS (Gender Derangement Syndrome), also called “Gendrome,” is a mental condition in which a person suffers from delusions regarding their sexual needs; for example, a person might have the delusion that they need a person of the same gender as themself to satisfy their sexual appetite. GDS also involves abnormally long periods of depression and sociopathy usually manifested as inability to care about other people.
All lesbians, Gays, bisexuals, transgenders, and queers (sexually abnormal people not belonging to any of the preceding sexually abnormal groups) suffer from Gender Derangement Syndrome. Hermaphrodites and people born with other types of gender birth defects do not necessarily suffer from Gender Derangement Syndrome.