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In contrast, a majority of young transgender women and women of the same gender feel the opposite (though not all are the same demographic). These findings suggest that women who encounter a transgender woman and her family are more likely than men to experience anxiety, depression, and posttraumatic stress and other symptoms of the gender dysphoria. The authors noted that a small number of female transgender women experience stressors like being judged a dude to someone on the basis of their gender, and those who do so can become violent, depressed, and even suicidal. For some trans women, mental stress can go well beyond the physical. Other young women may experience anxiety about their own sexual identity, their friends, their families, or their physical and emotional well-being or in some cases, their ability to control their own gender. The research also raised concerns about trans men making mistakes, which could lead to problems later in life.