Disclaimer! I have only read the title question of this post. Not the post itself or replies.
I think the whole problem with this question and similar questions related to LGTBQ people in general is, the perception is there is a problem. That something needs to be fixed by and for the individual.
Our ways of life, our desires, needs experimentation and habits, have existed (probably) for as long as human beings have existed.
Crossdressers, trans people, (LGBTQ and others) don’t have problems or addictions that need to be fixed in some manner. Either through therapy, medication or otherwise.
We are “normal”. What is not normal are the reactions by others. Are people who live (and try to make others live) by the scriptures addicted to religion? Perhaps, but people don’t run around trying to “cure” them.
What I’m saying is “we”, the community need to work to change this perception. And the ones who need “fixing”, or have an “addiction”, to what they feel is normal are the ones that need all of the help!
Love and Hugs,