I remember seeing the full podcast of this last year, and the part that has stayed with me the most is where she says:
“When [Dr] Lisa Littman looked at the [transgender] prevalence rate she found that it's 70 times what we would expect within a friend group, which means it's highly concentrated in groups of friends... we wouldn't expect that if it were randomly distributed among the population.
“If we’re just reverting to normal, now that there’s greater societal acceptance... if we’re just reverting to a normal base rate of transgender women, where are all the women in their 40s and 60s coming out as trans? They should be coming out! Now’s their time! We should see tons of women in their 40s and 60s and so on coming out as transgender. We’re not seeing that: we’re seeing the same population that gets involved in cutting... anorexia, bulimia... and convinces themselves there’s a problem”.