This conclusion presents some closing thoughts of key concepts discussed in preceding chapters of this book. Psychiatry and psychology seek to classify, examine, explain, and interrogate which it deems inexplicable, deviant, and abnormal. Critical psychology places the profession itself under scrutiny, but rather than create categories it aims to destabilize them, to deconstruct, denaturalize, and depathologize. Psychiatry often sidesteps issues that are of importance, particularly in relation to experiences of distress. However, there will be those who argue that intervening with gender nonconforming children is ’right and good’ as it protects them from suffering and exclusion. The persistence of psychiatric interventions with children who defy gender norms continues the profession’s stubbornness to acknowledge wrong doing, and the error on their part for assuming gender and sexual diversity as ’abnormal’ and in need of ’correction’. Sexual abnormality has not stopped psychiatry from continuing to research, diagnose, and treat those it labels, framed as scientifically ’valid’ and entrenched in biological discourse.