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transgender

(trăns-jĕn′dər, trănz-)
adj.
1. Identifying as or having undergone medical treatment to become a member of the opposite sex.
2. Of or relating to transgender people.
n.
One who is transgender.

transgender

individuals who do not fit within rigid gender norms and incorporate one or more aspects, traits, social roles or characteristics of the opposite gender.

transgender

adjective Referring to a person with both male and female gender expression.
 
noun A person with both male and female gender expression.
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My ministry, explicitly focused on trans people and their families, would not be acceptable to some in the hierarchy of the Catholic Church.
The centre organises and runs events such as the regular monthly brunch club for trans people, works closely with the Swansea Police Hate Crime unit to support victims of homophobia and transphobia.
Grounded theory was used to develop a model of how erasure functions to render trans people and communities invisible (Bauer et al.
Jenny-Anne, who lives her life as openly as possible as part of a personal mission to help trans people win acceptance, believes she has seen a shift in attitudes.
So in 2007 we brought our version that included trans people.
4] The hegemonic utility of this transmigratory "journey" as a literary and more recently a cinematic and televisual trope is not necessarily about the civil rights or social equality of trans people, but about the production and consumption of texts that arrange and validate an optimistic liberalism that nonetheless excuses continuing conditions of transgender unfreedom and material inequality.
It helps get people to see the situation of gay and trans people, (for them) to be aware they exist.
The book is more engaged with situations than symbols, so readers will find few attacks on either heterosexuality or homosexuality, and little bashing or fetishizing of trans people.
The interior ministry will not let trans people change their names or gender on their official documents unless they have opted to have genital reconstruction surgery, ACCEPT said, adding that this violated people's rights by intervening with their lives on various levels.
People Using Attendant Services Attendants Female 45% 80% Male 52% 17% Trans * 1% 3% Prefer Not 2% 0% to answer * The survey allowed for trans people to identify as male-to-female (MtF) or female-to-male (FtM).
Festival producer Mandy Romero says: "There has always been a place for transgender performers in society but within very strict limits - drag queens, travestie performers and farcical characters - and trans people have always been marginalised, even during a period when gay people's rights were being established and the gay community was achieving a greater integration into society.
A number of declarations were shared on national and regional situations that require immediate responses from society as a whole, including those relating to the decriminalization of abortion, support for the regional student movements, the rights of trans people and the Nicaraguan women's movement rejection of the Ortega government.