This site is the most comprehensive on the web devoted to trans history and biography. Well over 1400 persons worthy of note, both famous and obscure, are discussed in detail, and many more are mentioned in passing.
There is a detailed Index arranged by vocation, doctor, activist group etc. There is also a Place Index arranged by City etc. This is still evolving.
In addition to this most articles have one or more labels at the bottom. Click one to go to similar persons. There is a full list of labels at the bottom of the right-hand sidebar. There is also a search box at the top left. Enjoy exploring!
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09 November 2014
IOS Rainbow List 2014
One of the good things about this list is that most people on have not yet been featured in either GVWW or Wikipedia. I, of course, certainly disagree with who is on the list, who is not and the rankings - but lets put that aside.
Trans persons included:
2 Paris Lees, journalist
13 Kate Stone, scientist. GVWW
18 Rebecca Root, actress
24 James Morton of the Scottish Transgender Alliance
36 Natacha Kennedy, Lecturer, Goldsmiths College, co-chair of Camden LGBT Forum, sits on LGBT Labour’s national committee and is a founder member of London Trans Diversity and the Trans Teachers’ Association.
47 Isabella Segal, accountant.
58 Jane Fae, journalist GVWW
65 Jay Stewart, Co-founder of Gendered Intelligence
68 Jess Key, head of UK Trans Info
74 Juliet Jacques, columnist and blogger, blog longlisted for the 2011 Orwell prize. WIKIPEDIA
86 Asif Quaraishi, the UK’s first Muslim drag queen.
87 Juno Roche, primary schoolteacher
89 Cat Burton, British Airways pilot
92 CN Lester, musician, writer, activist.
93 Ayla Holdom, RAF pilot
94 Antonia Belcher, building consultant
96 Sarah Brown, previously Cambridge Councillor. WIKIPEDIA
98 Stephanie Hirst, radio presenter
April Ashley GVWW WIKIPEDIA
Stephen Whittle WIKIPEDIA
Paul O'Grady/Lily Savage GVWW WIKIPEDIA
George O'Dowd GVWW WIKIPEDIA
Alice Purnell GVWW
Roz Kaveney GVWW Wikipedia
Ones to Watch
Kellie Maloney, boxing promoter, UKIP candidate WIKIPEDIA
Michelle Ross, CliniQ for trans sexual health.
Naith Payton, first-person piece in The Sun
Sophie Green, artist & illustrator
Nicole Gibson, model