No, you go and read the comments where you did exactly that - blame the victims of sexual assault. Remember this second one:
If somebody is in an abusive relationship and they refuse to end it, telling them that it's up to them to do so is not victim blaming. If you think it is, then you're just proving everything I've said about you.
What a joke - making shit up again. Unlike you, I've gone through a complete psychiatric workup.
Actually yeah I have. Part of being listed for kidney transplant requires exactly this, and that was when I was diagnosed with avoidant personality.
There is not a trace of narcissistic personality disorder. Just anxiety disorder / PTSD, major depressive disorder, and gender dysphoria. The gender dysphoria is genetic - after all, it's triggered by hormonal changes in the 1st trimester of pregnancy.
Actually this is quite false. All of it. Somebody came up with that theory as a possible explanation for very few cases with no SRY expression, and the thing is, when this happens there ends up being anomalies in genital development. And on, this doesn't manifest in brain development without that. Not only were the cases where they found different brain development not indicative of the person being opposite gender, but those changes don't even occur until after the person makes the decision that they want to be the opposite gender, and then they go even further in that direction the longer the person does it. This is called brain plasticity, and in fact your brain doesn't become that of the opposite gender, rather the best way to describe it is that you develop a "trans brain". Furthermore, these are one off cases and they haven't even been found in anywhere near enough numbers to be considered scientific.
And yes, it is a fact that roughly half of those with gender issues have narcissistic personality disorder. With the way you post, this is of little doubt in your case, and if they didn't diagnose you with it then I suspect that it's because they just missed it, which is easy to do. Speak of which, it's also a fact that in many cases even experts can't tell the difference between disassociative identity disorder and gender identity disorder. Food for thought.
But I notice that you now claim that people who are assaulted multiple times are not to blame, "people who really are often sexually assaulted are rarely narcissists, and instead are usually overly modest/timid". In other words, the perfect target for someone who wants to sexually assault someone multiple times. Not party animals stoned out of their gourds on drugs. Too bad you can't erase what you said, liar, when you blamed them.
Actually I'm specifically talking about you, which I made pretty clear, asshole.