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I saw this happen to a certain noble matron, who was in every other way m ost honorable, bu t who invited by the basest words and ges tures men and dogs to have intercourse with her. But the Church added another conviction: religious madness as the expression of divine providence, regarded as a symptom of the warfare waged between God and Satan for the soul. Religious madness was generally viewed as a diabolical contagion, spread by witches, dem oniacs, and heretics. In his cele brated A natom y o f M elancholy (1 6 2 1), Robert Burton, an Oxford clergyman, iden tified Satan as the true author of depression, despair, and self-destruction. Spiritual maladies, Burton believed, had to be treated by spiritual means, espe cially prayer and fasting. The mad were usually represented half naked and dressed in hides and with straw in their hair, all emphasizing their sub-human status. It was com mon belief that lunacy was not a hidden condition but made itself manifest to all. Mental Illness 283 and sucklings, valued the spiritual reveries o f herm its and m ortification o f the flesh, and prized faith over intellect. Such a creed could hardly avoid seeing gleams of godliness in the sim plicity o f the idiot or in the wild transports o f mys tics. Strands of medieval, Reformation, and Counter-Reform ation theology there fore believed that Folly m ight be a medium for divine utterance and bade it be heard. The Scientific Revolution attacked hum oral medicine as part of its all-out assault on the theories o f Aristotle and his followers (see Chapter 5). The fashionable view of the body as a m achine promoted long-term research into its solid parts, notably the cardiovascular and the nervous systems. Anatom ists laid bare the hydraulic system o f pipes and the circuitry o f wires coordinating the limbs, spinal cord, and cortex, and began exploring the role of the nervous system in governing sensations and m otion. W ithin this m echanical m odel of the body, confused thoughts, feelings, and behaviour became attributed to some defect of the sense organs (eyes, ears, etc. Reformers in the age of reason set about criticizing beliefs and institutions considered unreasonable or irrational. Capitalist econom ies and centralizing states needed order, regularity, predictability, and self-discipline; abnormality provoked anxiety. From the mid-seventeenth century, sim ilar processes o f redefinition were afoot w ithin the Church, Catholic and Protestant alike. Popes, prelates, and preachers grew as sickened as other elites by the carnage caused by endless dogmatic faction-fight ing, by w itch-hunts and heresy trials. The grand apocalyptic struggles during the Reformation and Counter-Reform ation between God and the Devil for the pos session of souls had evidently produced only chaos; the idea of life as a spiritual Great War becam e repellant and was rejected. And so the reality - or at least the validity - of religious madness came into question. I have been sexton William Shakespeare, Hamlet (1604) ham let: H o w 1 st clo w n: hamlet: Upon what ground? Numerous scholars, notably the late Michel Foucault, have suggested tha t the status o f madness plummeted in subsequent centuries, a development to be understood as paralleling the rising policy o f confining the insane in institutions. Every fool can tell that: it was that very day that young Hamlet was born - he that is mad, and sent into England. Across Europe from the fifteenth century, authorities had treated w itches as confederates with the Devil. They argued that w itchcraft was Men tal Illness 285 In the great witch-craze of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, w itches were believed to be authentically possessed by Satan and to have diabolical powers; hence it was essential that they should be put on trial and, if found guilty, punished, often with death. In the Enlightenment, progressive opinion dubbed many old-fashioned religious beliefs as crazy. So-called w itches were n o t truly diabolically possessed bu t deluded, and their victim s were m erely prey to p er sonal and collective hysteria. In eighteenth-century England, m agistrates widely believed that the fer vent excesses o f M ethodist converts, sw ooning in serm ons, were fit cases for the m ad-doctor. An Anglican clergym an and a healer of the sick at heart, 286 The C am bridge Illustrated H istory o f M edicine W illiam Pargeler, had stronger reasons than m ost for denouncing M ethodism as a form o f m ass hysteria. Most of the Maniacal cases that ever came under my observation, proceeded from religious enthusiasm; and I have heard it remarked by an eminent physician, that almost all the insane patients, which occurred to him at one of the largest hospitals in the metropolis, had been deprived of their reason, by such strange infatuation. The doctrines of the Methodists have a greater tendency than those of any other sect, to produce the most deplorable effects on the human understanding. The brain is perplexed in the mazes of mystery, and the imagination overpowered by the tremendous description of future torments. But it would be glib to suggest that the notion of the irrational was simply turned into a stick with w hich to beat the masses. It was the done thing, throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, for certain young ladies to have fits of hysterics and for artists and poets to be m orbidly oversensitive, suffering nervous breakdowns, or, like the com poser Robert Schum ann, going insane.

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Transgender men reported much higher rates of harassment (50%) than transgender women (33%); gender non-conforming respondents reported more harassment due to gender incongruent identification (47%) than their transgender peers (40%). Whenever people with incongruent identification documents must produce them, they are potentially revealed as transgender, whether to an employer, clerk, police officer, or airport personnel. Each of these "outings" presents the possibility for disrespect, harassment, discrimination or violence as outlined above. We also asked about whether respondents were denied gender-appropriate student housing. I have to work as a Drag King for now and hope to at least make my mortgage payment. I was held and verbally abused by two officers for a burned-out headlamp for about 45 minutes. However, substantial barriers to obtaining gender-congruent identification remain in place in states, localities and federal agencies. Gender-incongruent identification presents barriers to travel, employment, health care, housing, education and other essential arenas areas of life. Further, data here indicate that presenting gender-incongruent identification exposed respondents to harassment and violence. Health data on gender related surgeries analyzed earlier in this report indicate that a high percentage of our study respondents do not have access to the gender-related surgeries they need. Accordingly, requiring surgery to change gender markers on essential identity documents effectively condemns a major portion of transgender and gender non-conforming people to social and economic marginalization and harassment and violence. Note that we have segmented our sample for most of the this section to examine only those who have had surgery, which means that they are more likely to have higher income, which in turn means it is more likely they hold a passport. Furthermore, because many surgeons who do transgender-related procedures practice in other countries, a larger number of these respondents may have acquired a passport to travel abroad for their surgery. If Not Applicable responses are not mentioned in the text or in the relevant chart, as done here, the reader should assume that they were not included in the calculations. Many states have policies that require proof of surgery, while many others allow applicants to obtain updated licenses in order to match their current gender identity with or without surgery. The World Professional Association for Transgender Health, a professional association of those who provide medical and other health care for transgender people, develops the current worldwide Standards of Care, referred to in the Health chapter. Transgender and gender non-conforming people may have higher levels of interaction with police. They are more likely to interact with police because they are more likely to be victims of violent crime, because they are more likely to be on the street due to homelessness and/or being unwelcome at home, because their circumstances often force them to work in the underground economy, and even because many face harassment and arrest simply because they are out in public while being transgender. Some transgender women report that police profile them as sex workers and arrest them for solicitation without cause; this is referred to as "Walking While Transgender. It also provides the first look at abuse in jails and prisons nationwide; other studies have documented abuse in specific geographic areas or within certain systems. More information about denial of equal service can be found in the Public Accommodation chapter. When asked about their experience, 68% of those interacting with police reported that "officers generally have treated me with respect. We were curious if respondents who had never worked in the underground economy and who had never been incarcerated would report differing degrees of respectful treatment by police. We found that incidence of respectful treatment and harassment increased for these respondents, but not dramatically. Seventyseven (77%) of those who have never worked in the underground economy and have never been to jail or prison reported that officers treated them with disrespect (compared to our overall rate of 68%) and 22% reported disrespectful treatment (compared to 30% of the overall sample). Race had a larger impact on interactions with the police, with white respondents experiencing respectful treatment at much higher levels than their peers who are people of color. Gender non-conforming respondents and transgender men reported higher rates of disrespect than transgender women. There were notable differences between reported frequency of harassment compared to reported frequency of physical and sexual assault. Twenty-two percent (22%) of respondents interacting with police reported harassment by officers. Higher rates of harassment were reported by Black (38%), multiracial (36%) and Asian (29%) respondents. Higher household income and educational attainment made it less likely that a person experienced harassment. Looking at whether harassment was also directed at those who had never worked in the underground economy and had never been incarcerated, we found still high rates of harassment, with 15% reporting that officers harassed them, compared to the 22% overall rate for all respondents who interacted with police. Six percent (6%) of study participants who had interacted with police reported physical assault, and 2% reported sexual assault because of being transgender or gender non-conforming. 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