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Related to transgendered: transsexualism, transvestism, Transgenders

transgendered

(trăns-jĕn′dərd, trănz-)
adj.
Transgender.

transgendered

adjective Relating to a person who has undergone genital/sexual reassignment surgery Transgender health issues Hormonal therapy, cosmetic surgery, fertility options–eg, egg and sperm banking. See Sexual reassignment. Cf Transsexual.

transgendered

(trans-jen′dĕrd, tranz-)
Having a gender identity or gender perception different from one's phenotypic gender.
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It must be changed if we are to respectfully, appropriately and successfully integrate transgendered persons into the pool of accepted identities in today's society and workplace.
Bonin said he has no regrets and would encourage anyone else who is transgendered to come out.
Transgendered people are among the most misunderstood and overlooked groups in our society (Burgess, 1999).
Sheila Coats was the sole transgendered person to speak in favor of going forward with the recommended changes.
These stereotypes tend to reproduce the invisibility of LGB families in social welfare policy frameworks and in research on poverty; they also completely overlook the experiences of transgendered LGB individuals.
In the center of the story, a transvestite or transgendered person requires everyone else to respond to her.
Aims: Support groups for the parents of gay/bisexual transgendered sons and daughters.
A recent political trend in society at large, as well as in professional organizations, is the inclusion of transgendered people in the LGB movement.
If anyone wants an illustration of just how oppressive and deeply harmful gender stereotypes can be, then why not also take a look at how the traditionally chauvinistic world that feminism claims to challenge mistreats its transsexuals and transgendered people.
Lawrence regularly worked to help educate doctors and researchers, and she corresponded with, and personally met, numerous transgendered people: "The trail of correspondence now at the Kinsey Institute archives shows that by the mid-1950s, Lawrence had befriended at least seventeen people who sought or had surgery.
Project: Bringing identity in: lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered voluntary sector organizing in Toronto.
At the 1997 Congress on Family Law and the Rights of Children in San Francisco, a workshop dealing with "Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Questioning Youth" examined ways to use the Convention to fight "homophobia" both in the classroom and the home.