Yet another study claiming transgenders are born that way is being discredited. A study conducted in Spain indicated that the males had brains associated with that of females and vice versa. But Dr. Michelle Cretella, president of the American College of Pediatricians, says that’s not how science works. She argues that numerous studies already prove a person’s brain is changed if they live a certain way or behave a certain way. “For them to prove that the brains of transgender-identifying people are different, they would have to do a study that looks at hundreds and hundreds of infants … and follow that one set of infants into adulthood,” she explains. Nevertheless, Cretella has said in the past that the transgender movement has “gained legs” in the medical community and the culture “by offering a deeply flawed narrative.” The Spanish study, she says, is no different.