Part 1: Organizations & Activists, Equal marriage, Other Legislation.
Part 2: Persons, Changebacks
Part 3: Marriage, Lovers and Family, Trans Kids
Part 4: Politics & Government, Celebrities, Sports
Part 5: Schools, Universities & Colleges, Military, Cops & Firefighters, Conviction & Imprisonment, Homeless Shelters, US TSA, Nemeses
Part 6: Doctors & Sexologists, Medicine, Genetics, Legal, Deaths
Part 7: Autogynephilia, Drag, Butch, Dress Reform, Homeogender Surgeries, Fashion, Beauty Pageants, Music & Performance
Part 8: Internet, Art, Radio, Television, Adverts, Pornography, Theatre, Cinema
Part 9: Jargon, News Media, Journal Articles & Studies
Part 10: Archives & History, Books.
US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has agreed to no longer use the term 'anomaly' for trans passengers.
'cisgender' finally in the Oxford English Dictionary.
'cisvestitismus' was used as early as 1914.
'Female/Feminine Embodiment Fantasies (FEFs)' proposed by Julia Serano as less pathologizing alternative to 'autogynephila'.
'hen' neuter pronoun in Swedish.
'Male/Masculine Embodiment Fantasies (MEFs)' proposed by Julia Serano as less pathologizing alternative to 'autoandrophila'.
Mx as an alternate honorific to Mr, Mrs, Miss, Ms increasingly accepted.
'transgender' in Collins English Dictionary list of Words of the Year along with binge-watching and manspreading
'pheneticize' - alternate term to passing that shifts the focus from the viewed to the viewer.
“perceiving people based on a subjective examination of their outward appearance”. Article about usage in 'race passing':
“Stochastic terrorism: the use of mass communications to incite random actors to carry out violent or terrorist acts that are statistically predictable but individually unpredictable. In short, remote-control murder by lone wolf.
The formula is perversely brilliant:
A public figure with access to the airwaves or pulpit demonizes a person or
group of persons.
With repetition, the targeted person or group is gradually dehumanized,
depicted as loathsome and dangerous—arousing a combustible combination of fear
and moral disgust.
Violent images and metaphors, jokes about violence, analogies to past
“purges” against reviled groups, use of righteous religious language—all of
these typically stop just short of an explicit call to arms.
- When violence erupts, the public figure who have incited the violence condemn it—claiming no one could possibly have foreseen the “tragedy.”
Psychology Today finally stopped accepting adverts for conversion therapy.
Kate Stone, scientist who took action after some newspapers identified her as trans, has been appointed to the press regulator’s editors’ code committee.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation upheld complaints by Trans media Watch against The Sun which had wondered about blind Parliamentary candidate, Emily Brothers: “Being blind, how did she know she was the wrong sex?”
A series of negative articles in The New York Times.
Zoey Tur, ex-helicopter journalist, was profiled in Los Angeles Magazine, caused a stir with her beliefs about hormonal causation and in dismissing Carlotta Sklodska as a fetishist. In July, in response to transphobic taunting from right-winger Ben Shapiro, Tur made a macho threat.
Jayne Rowlands has a job with BBC Wales.
India Willoughby, who used to present ITV News’ regional Borders programme, has completed transition.
Andrew Guy won a competition to co-host The Project on Channel 10.
Eden Lane, Colorado, reported and television host since 2008.
The Editorial Board of the Amazon-owned Washington Post denounced the fear-mongering that has become a staple of debates over transgender student rights and led to tragic discrimination against transgender students. The fear-mongering is based on the debunked bathroom myth hyped by right-wing media.
Magazines and newspapers:
“High Costs of Transgender Transition Can Have Dark Financial Legacy”.
Reuters, Nov 1, 2015. www.nbcnews.com/business/personal-finance/high-costs-transgender-transition-can-have-dark-financial-legacy-n454701.
“ 'I Was Born a Baby Not a Boy': Sex, Gender and Trans Liberation”.
Sheisrevolutionarilysuicidal, March 25, 2015. https://sheisrevolutionarilysuicidal.wordpress.com/2015/03/25/i-was-born-a-baby-not-a-boy-sex-gender-and-trans-liberation.
“Not Male Or Female: Molding Bodies To Fit A Genderfluid Identity”. Common
Health, March 2015. http://commonhealth.wbur.org/2015/03/genderfluid-identity.
Charlotte Allen. "The Transgender Triumph: Identity politics über alles".
The Weekly Standard, Mar 2, 2015. http://m.weeklystandard.com/articles/transgender-triumph_859614.html.
Jacob Bernstein. "For Some in Transgender Community, It’s Never Too Late to
Make a Change". The New York Times, March 6, 2015. www.nytimes.com/2015/03/08/fashion/for-some-in-transgender-community-its-never-too-late-to-make-a-change.html.
Michelle Goldberg. “The Trans Women Who Say That Trans Women Aren’t Women
Meet the apostates of the trans rights movement”. Slate, Dec 9 2015. www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2015/12/gender_critical_trans_women_the_apostates_of_the_trans_rights_movement.single.html.
Lori Grisham. “#InTheirWords: 'A lot of trans people feel like they will
never be loved'”. USA Today, July 24, 2015. www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2015/07/24/transgender-dating-love-challenges/30562841.
Michael Hiltzik. “The last frontier in sexual bigotry: transgender rights”.
Los Angeles Times, March 6, 2015. www.latimes.com/business/hiltzik/la-fi-mh-the-last-frontier-of-sexual-bigotry-20150306-column.html.
Marco Jaramillo. “Meet the Women Fighting Transphobia Across the Americas”.
Advocate, May 17 2015. www.advocate.com/politics/transgender/2015/05/17/meet-women-fighting-transphobia-across-americas.
Jon LaPook. `Here's Why CBS Is Airing a Transgender Profile Tonight`.
HuffPost, 03é17é2015. www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-jon-lapook/heres-why-cbs-is-airing-a-transgender-profile_b_6885662.html.
Samantha Leal. “I Can't Afford to Transition: The Unseen Costs of Being
Transgender in 2015”. Marie Claire, Jul 21, 2015. www.marieclaire.com/culture/news/a15164/transgender-operation-procedure-costs.
Cat McShane. “Transitioning Gender in Britain When You’re Over 60”.
Vice, October 29, 2015. https://news.vice.com/article/transitioning-gender-in-britain-when-youre-over-60.
Suzanne Moore. “It's good to be genderqueer but don't forget the sexual
radicals who paved the way”. The Guardian, 4 November 2015. www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2015/nov/04/its-good-to-be-genderqueer-but-dont-forget-the-sexual-radicals-who-paved-the-way
Ed Pilkington. “'I am Alena': life as a trans woman where survival means
living as Christopher”. The Guardian, 24 July 2015. www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/jul/24/alena-bradford-transgender-south-georgia.
Anne Saker. “The medicine of gender variance”. Cincinatti Enquirer,
February 21, 2015. www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2015/02/21/medicine-gender-variance/23798321
Meredith Talusan. “Being transgender in a transphobic society leads to
moments of sheer desperation”. The Guardian, 2 April 2015. www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/apr/02/being-transgender-in-a-transphobic-society-leads-to-moments-of-sheer-desperation.
Chris Taylor. “Doing the transgender math: The costs of transition”.
Philly Voice, October 29, 2015. www.phillyvoice.com/doing-the-transgender-math-the-costs-of-transition.
- Matthew Wade. “Older trans* people face rejection by aged care services, according to Australia-first study”. Star Observer, October 28, 2015. http://www.starobserver.com.au/news/local-news/older-trans-people-face-rejection-by-aged-care-services-according-to-australia-first-study/142266.
Asia: 'Asia's LGBT people migrate to escape violence at home –
TRFN”. Daily Mail, 9 April 2015. www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/reuters/article-3031298/Asias-LGBT-people-migrate-escape-violence-home—TRFN.html.
India. "Steps to uplift transgender community in India
discussed in Rajya Sabha". DNAIndia, 13 March 2015. www.dnaindia.com/india/report-steps-to-uplift-transgender-community-in-india-discussed-in-rajya-sabha-2068503.
Jefferson Mok & Stephenie Linning. “Hidden world of the hijras: Inside
India's 4,000-year-old transgender community where religious respect doesn't
protect them from modern-day discrimination”. Daily Mail, 30 June 2015.
Jenny Stanton. “India’s ‘men minus maleness’: Meet the transgender women
ostracised from their communities forced into lives of begging or prostitution”.
Daily Mail, 24 March 2015. www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3009010/India-s-men-minus-maleness-Meet-transgender-women-ostracised-communities-forced-lives-begging-prostitution.html.
- Derek Francis. “Transgenders search for identity and a bank account in India”. Reuters, June 22, 2015. http://blogs.reuters.com/india/2015/06/22/transgenders-search-for-identity-and-a-bank-account-in-india.
- Jefferson Mok & Stephenie Linning. “Hidden world of the hijras: Inside India's 4,000-year-old transgender community where religious respect doesn't protect them from modern-day discrimination”. Daily Mail, 30 June 2015. www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2852834/Hidden-world-hijras-Inside-India-s-4-000-year-old-transgender-community-religious-respect-doesn-t-protect-modern-day-discrimination.html.
Pakistan: Mahwish Qayyum. “Gang raped in Swabi for being a transgender
person”. The Express Tribune Blogs, April 7, 2015. http://blogs.tribune.com.pk/story/27055/gang-raped-in-swabi-for-being-a-transgender-person.
Simon Tomlinson. “The men facing extremists' wrath because they dress as
women in the middle of an Islamic heartland: How Pakistani transvestites refuse
to change… despite risking their lives”. Daily Mail, 20 January 2015. www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2918196/How-Pakistani-transvestites-refuse-change-Islamic-heartland-despite-risking-lives.html.
Zainab Sadia Saeed. “Transgender Pakistanis - Making ends meet”. The
Express Tribune, August 30, 2015. http://tribune.com.pk/story/945233/transgender-pakistanis-making-ends-meet.
Faizan Fiaz. “Officially Recognized But Publicly Shamed: Transgender Life in
Pakistan”. Vice, November 26, 2015. https://news.vice.com/article/officially-recognized-but-publicly-shamed-transgender-life-in-pakistan.
- Peshawa: Izhar Ullah. “The Invisibles: Peshawar’s transgender pushed to society’s fringe”. Dawn, Mar 21, 2015. www.dawn.com/news/1168641/the-invisibles-peshawars-transgender-pushed-to-societys-fringe.
- Simon Tomlinson. “The men facing extremists' wrath because they dress as women in the middle of an Islamic heartland: How Pakistani transvestites refuse to change… despite risking their lives”. Daily Mail, 20 January 2015. www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2918196/How-Pakistani-transvestites-refuse-change-Islamic-heartland-despite-risking-lives.html.
Nepal: Paula Bronstein. “Transgender Nepalis: Cast out by families,
unwelcome at survivor camps”. Red Cross, May 28, 2015. http://blogs.redcross.org.uk/emergencies/2015/05/transgender-nepalis-cast-out-by-families-unwelcome-at-survivor-camps.
Malaysia: Pataling Jaya. “Transgenders in Malaysia ‘vulnerable and
marginalised’”. The Rakyat Post, Jan 24, 2015. www.therakyatpost.com/news/2015/01/24/transgenders-malaysia-vulnerable-marginalised.
Vietnam: Minh Hung. “Hopes rise for legalization of sex reassignment
in Vietnam”. Thanhnien News, April 22, 2015. www.thanhniennews.com/society/hopes-rise-for-legalization-of-sex-reassignment-in-vietnam-42402.html.
- “Vietnam's transgender say new law paves way for surgeries”. KSL, Nov 25th, 2015. http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=235&sid=37506160&title=vietnams-transgender-say-new-law-paves-way-for-surgeries&s_cid=queue-19.
China. “Transgender in China: secrets and surgery”. Daily Mail,
9 November 2015. www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp/article-3310018/Transgender-China-secrets-surgery.html.
- Kieran Guilbert. “China's transgender sex workers 'marginalised and vulnerable' “. Daily Mail, 19 January 2015. www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/reuters/article-2917098/Chinas-transgender-sex-workers-marginalised-vulnerable.html.
Turkey: Meltem Özgenç. “Half of transgender sex workers subjected to
police violence: Report”. Hurriyet Daily News, December/06/2014. www.hurriyetdailynews.com/half-of-transgender-sex-workers-subjected-to-police-violence-report.aspx
“Turkey's transgenders pay a "high price" but see brighter future”.
Dalje, June 25 2015. http://arhiva.dalje.com/en-world/turkeys-transgenders-pay-a-high-price-but-see-brighter-future/548224.
- Will Carter. “Suffering and loss in Istanbul’s transgender slum”. Middle East Eye, 28 July 2015. www.middleeasteye.net/in-depth/features/silence-suffering-and-dispossession-istanbul-s-transgender-slum-1343803757.
- “Turkey's transgenders pay a "high price" but see brighter future”. Dalje, June 25 2015. http://arhiva.dalje.com/en-world/turkeys-transgenders-pay-a-high-price-but-see-brighter-future/548224.
Iran: Shima Houshyar. “LGBT Rights in Iran”. Middle East Research
and Information Project, October 21, 2015. www.merip.org/lgbt-rights-iran?ip_login_no_cache=2dca46f14240fac6018e6f1fa1dc47b0.
Israel: Ido Efrati. “Half of Israel’s Transgender Population Has Been
Attacked, Study Shows”. Haaretz, May 26, 2015. www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-1.658091.
Rio: Beth McLoughlin. "Brutal killing of a samba ‘queen’ exposes dark
world behind the glitter of carnival: Tourists love Brazil’s glamour, but the
murder of a transvestite has revealed the drug gang violence and transphobia
below the surface". Guardian, 8 February 2015. www.theguardian.com/world/2015/feb/08/rio-de-janeiro—transvestite-dancer-dead-hate-crime-carnival-favelas-sexuality.
Australia: Allen Clarke. “Indigenous gay and transgender people
call for support and acceptance ahead of Mardi Gras”. Radio Australia, 28
February 2015. www.radioaustralia.net.au/international/2015-02-27/indigenous-gay-and-transgender-people-call-for-support-and-acceptance-ahead-of-mardi-gras/1419757.
- Tiwi Islands. Naomi Tsvirko. “The Sistergirls of Tiwi Islands: How a remote community in northern Australia has the highest population of transgender people in the country - including children as young as six”. The Daily Mail, 30 August 2015. www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3213735/The-Sistergirls-Tiwi-Islands-remote-community-northern-Australia-highest-population-transgender-people-country-including-children-young-six.html.
Australia. William Verity. “Stepping out at the cross-dressers' ball.
ABC, 9 November 2015. www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/stepping-out-at-the-cross-dressers'-ball/6908694.
Fiji: Shayal Devi. “Call for equality”. Fiji Times, January 23,
- Keresi Nauwakarawa. “The harsh reality”. Fiji Times, November 27, 2015. www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=331473. 57.2 per cent of transgender individuals were subjected to verbal and emotional abuse.
USA: “Reports: Transgender Americans face staggering rates of poverty,
violence”. LGBTQNation, February 18, 2015. www.lgbtqnation.com/2015/02/reports-transgender-americans-face-staggering-rates-of-poverty-violence.
- Washington, DC: Sophie Jane Evans. “Meet America's only gay and transgender gang: Forced into a life of crime by poverty and discrimination, members of 'Check It' are turning things around after setting up their own FASHION label”. Daily Mail, 5 April 2015. www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3025822/Meet-members-America-s-gay-street-gang-escaping-violence-grown-setting-FASHION-label-inspired-new-documentary.html.
Transgender Project – a online collection of profiles designed to record,
share and celebrate the personal stories of transgender women and men from
- Ontario: Olivia Carville. “Barriers to health care putting Ontario's trans community at risk, experts say”. Toronto Star, May 23 2015. www.thestar.com/life/health_wellness/2015/05/23/barriers-to-health-care-putting-ontarios-trans-community-at-risk-experts-says.html.
Colombia: Carol Malaver. “Transgender women who struggle to overcome
discrimination”. El Tiempo, 29 de mayo 2015. www.eltiempo.com/bogota/la-mujer-transgenero-que-lucha-por-vencer-la-discriminacion/15854156.
Argentina: Moira Lavelle. “Trans rights are changing in the Catholic
world, and Argentina is leading the pack”. PRI, September 26, 2015.
Chile: Anne Boleyn. “Trans in Chile: The Hard Way”. Contina
Negra, 5 mayo, 2015. http://contintanegra.com/transexuales-en-chile-el-duro-camino.
Panama: “Panama leads AIDS cases among transvestites and
transsexuals”. Critica, May 24, 2015. www.critica.com.pa/nacional/panama-lidera-casos-de-sida-entre-trasvestis-y-transexuales-393360.
Italy: Arianna Giunti. “Transgender Individuals In Italy Share Stories
And Photos”. Huffpost, 01/28/2015. www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/01/25/transgender-portraits-italy_n_6517542.html
Sweden: “More Swedes want to have a sex change”. The Local SE,
25 Feb 2015. www.thelocal.se/20150225/more-swedes-want-to-have-a-sex-change.
Portugal: “Health minter questioned about about lack of sex
reassignment surgeries”. Dezanove, 24/03/15. http://dezanove.pt/ministro-da-saude-questionado-sobre-a-767941.
- “Over 200 Portuguese changed their sex and name in the Citizen Card”. TSF, 26 de marco de 2015. http://www.tsf.pt/portugal/interior/mais-de-200-portugueses-mudaram-de-sexo-e-nome-no-cartao-de-cidadao—4476558.html.
UK: Sarah Ann Harris. “Transgender Rights Have Transformed Thanks To
Amazing Brits Like These”. Huffington Post, 17/12/2015. www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2015/12/17/transgender-rights-people-doing-amazing-things-trans-community_n_8629820.html.
Kenya: Brenda Okoth. “Gender identity: the other sex”. The
Star, April 27, 2015. http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/gender-identity-other-sex.
Egypt. Kelli Busey. “Egypt’s war on Transgender people continues as
police arrest two more women”. Planet Transgender, May 26, 2015. http://planettransgender.com/egypts-war-on-transgender-people-continue-as-police-arrest-two-more-women.
- Pesha Magid. “Beatings, abuse and blame: being transgender in Egypt”. The Guardian, 9 June 2015. www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jun/09/egypt-transgender-community.
- South Africa: Ziphezinhle Msimango. “Born in the wrong body: The fight for transgender surgery in SA”. Sunday Times, 2015-10-18. www.timeslive.co.za/sundaytimes/lifestyle/2015/10/18/Born-in-the-wrong-body-The-fight-for-transgender-surgery-in-SA.
Mormons. Peggy Fletcher Stack. “Transgender Mormons struggle to feel
at home in their bodies and their religion”. Religion News Service. www.religionnews.com/2015/04/01/transgender-mormons-struggle-feel-home-bodies-religion.
- Kieran Cocoran. “Pictured: Utah's Transgender Mormons who have 'found peace' in their faith - even though the church preaches against sex change surgery”. Daily Mail, 4 April 2015. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3025318/Utah-s-Transgender-Mormons-peace-faith-church-preaches-against-sex-change-surgery.html.
Reform Jewish Movement passed
the most far-reaching resolution in support of transgender rights of any
major religious organization.
Council of Islamic
Ideology, Pakistan, issued a landmark edict urging that the transgender
persons must be treated equally and be considered part of family.
appears to have condemned transgender people in his environmental encyclical
published on 18 June: “valuing one’s own body in its femininity or masculinity
is necessary if I am going to be able to recognize myself in an encounter with
someone who is different,’ he wrote.”
Lutherans: 1st church
wedding of transsexuals in Denmark.
- The Association of Certified Biblical Counselors and the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood co-sponsored “Transgender Confusion and Transformational Christianity” on the campus of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. They reject the idea “that a human being could possess a gender other than the one indicated by biological sex”.
Journal Articles & Studies
“TERFs get told by author of study that they are interpreting her study wrong, they insist they aren’t”.
http://theterfs.com/2015/11/08/terfs-get-told-by-author-of-study-that-they-are-interpreting-her-study-wrong-they-insist-they-arent. 2011 study was being used by the right wing and TERFs alike to erroneously claim that trans care causes people to be suicidal, that trans women are rapists or probable rapists and that trans women retain “male behavior” in the form of a criminal predilection.
Judith Butler interviewed about transsexuality.
Archives of Sexual Behavior
Angelo Brandelli Costa , Anna Martha Vaitses Fontanari, Michelle Moraes
Jacinto, Dhiordan Cardoso da Silva, Emilaine Karine Lorencetti, Heitor Tomé da
Rosa Filho, Andressa Mueller, Claudia Garcia de Garcia, Henrique Caetano Nardi
and 2 more. “Population-Based HIV Prevalence and Associated Factors in
Male-to-Female Transsexuals from Southern Brazil”. 44,2, February 2015. Abstract
José Guzmán-Parra , Nicolás Sánchez-Álvarez, Yolanda de Diego-Otero, Lucía
Pérez-Costillas, Isabel Esteva de Antonio, Miriam Navais-Barranco, Serafina
Castro-Zamudio & Trinidad Bergero-Miguel. “Sociodemographic Characteristics
and Psychological Adjustment Among Transsexuals in Spain”. 21 May 2015. Abstract
Joz Motmans , Koen Ponnet & Griet De Cuypere. “Sociodemographic
Characteristics of Trans Persons in Belgium: A Secondary Data Analysis of
Medical, State, and Social Data”. 44, 5, July 2015. Abstract
Eva Van Caenegem, Katrien Wierckx, Els Elaut , Ann Buysse, Alexis Dewaele,
Filip Van Nieuwerburgh, Griet De Cuypere & Guy T’Sjoen. “Prevalence of
Gender Nonconformity in Flanders, Belgium”. 44, 5, July 2015. Abstract
William B. SwannJr. , Ángel Gómez, Alexandra Vázquez, Antonio Guillamón,
Santiago Segovia & Beatriz Carillo “Fusion with the Cross-Gender Group
Predicts Genital Sex Reassignment Surgery”. 44, 5, July 2015. Abstract
Annastasia Ediati , Achmad Zulfa Juniarto, Erwin Birnie, Stenvert L. S. Drop,
Sultana M. H. Faradz & Arianne B. Dessens. “Gender Development in Indonesian
Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disorders of Sex Development”. 44, 5 July
Alain Giami “Between DSM and ICD: Paraphilias and the Transformation of
Sexual Norms”. 44, 5 July 2015. Abstract
Cynthia Kraus. “Classifying Intersex in DSM-5: Critical Reflections on Gender
Dysphoria”. 44, 5, July 2015. Abstract
Vickie Pasterski , Kenneth J. Zucker, Peter C. Hindmarsh, Ieuan A. Hughes,
Carlo Acerini, Debra Spencer, Sharon Neufeld & Melissa Hines. “Increased
Cross-Gender Identification Independent of Gender Role Behavior in Girls with
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: Results from a Standardized Assessment of 4- to
11-Year-Old Children”. 44,5, July 2015. Abstract
Simon Goldhill. “The Imperialism of Historical Arrogance: Where Is the Past
in the DSM’s Idea of Sexuality?”. 44,5, July 2015. Abstract
Ulrike Ruppin & Friedemann Pfäfflin. “Long-Term Follow-Up of Adults with
Gender Identity Disorder”. 44,5, July 2015. Abstract
Zowie Davy. “The DSM-5 and the Politics of Diagnosing Transpeople”. 44, 5,
July 2015. Abstract
Ali Bozkurt , Ozlem Hekim Bozkurt & Ipek Sonmez. “Birth Order and Sibling
Sex Ratio in a Population with High Fertility: Are Turkish Male to Female
Transsexuals Different?”. 44, 5 July 2015. Abstract
Jamie D. Feusner , Jasenko Dervisic, Kyriaki Kosidou, Cecilia Dhejne, Susan
Bookheimer & Ivanka Savic. “Female-to-Male Transsexual Individuals
Demonstrate Different Own Body Identification”. 21 August 2015. Abstract
Karine Schwarz , Anna Martha Vaitses Fontanari, Andressa Mueller, Bianca
Soll, Dhiordan Cardoso da Silva, Jaqueline Salvador, Kenneth J. Zucker, Maiko
Abel Schneider & Maria Inês Rodrigues Lobato “Neural Correlates of Psychosis
and Gender Dysphoria in an Adult Male”. 23 November 2015 Abstract
International Journal of Transgenderism
Thomas Stocks. “To What Extent Have the Rights of Transgender People Been
Underrealized in Comparison to the Rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and
Queer/Questioning People in the United Kingdom?”. 16,1, 2015. Abstract
Hale M. Thompson*, Sari L. Reisner, Nicole VanKim & H. Fisher Raymond.
“Quality-of-Life Measurement: Assessing the WHOQOL-BREF Scale in a Sample of
High-HIV-Risk Transgender Women in San Francisco, California”. 16,1, 2015. Abstract
Anna Lisa Amodeo, Roberto Vitelli, Cristiano Scandurra*, Simona Picariello
& Paolo Valerio. “Adult Attachment and Transgender Identity in the Italian
Context: Clinical Implications and Suggestions for Further Research”. 16,1,
Varsha Babu, G. Pezeshkpour & Run Yu. “Pheochromocytoma in a
Male-to-Female Transgender Person”. 16,2,2015. Abstract
Shanna K. Kattari, N. Eugene Walls, Darren L. Whitfield & Lisa
Langenderfer-Magruder. “Racial and Ethnic Differences in Experiences of
Discrimination in Accessing Health Services Among Transgender People in the
United States”. 16, 2, 105. Abstract
Scott D. Rhodes, Jorge Alonzo, Lilli Mann, Florence M. Simán, Manuel Garcia,
Claire Abraham & Christina J. Sun. “Using Photovoice, Latina Transgender
Women Identify Priorities in a New Immigrant-Destination State”. 16, 2, 2015. Abstract
Daniel E. Shumer* & Amy C. Tishelman. “The Role of Assent in the
Treatment of Transgender Adolescents”. 16, 2, 2015. 16, 2, 2015. Abstract
Rodrigo A. Aguayo-Romero, Carol A. Reisen, Maria Cecilia Zea, Fernanda T.
Bianchi & Paul J. Poppen. “Gender Affirmation and Body Modification Among
Transgender Persons in Bogotá, Colombia”. 16, 2, 2015. Abstract
Shelagh Davies, Viktória G. Papp & Christella Antoni. “Voice and
Communication Change for Gender Nonconforming Individuals: Giving Voice to the
Person Inside”. 16, 3, 2015. Abstract
Gurvinder Kalra & Dinesh Bhugra. “Hijras in Bollywood Cinema”. 16, 3,
Toby Miles-Johnson. “ 'They Don't Identify With Us': Perceptions of Police by
Australian Transgender People”. 16, 3, 2015. Abstract
- Mehrdad Eftekhar, Masoud Ahmadzad-Asl, Morteza Naserbakht, Mozhgan Taban, Amirhosein Jalali & Kaveh Alavi. “Bibliographic Characteristics and the Time Course of Published Studies About Gender Dysphoria: 1970–2011”. 16, 3, 2015. Abstract
Andrea M. Hackl, Amy B. Becker & Maureen E. Todd. “ 'I Am Chelsea
Manning': Comparison of Gendered Representation of Private Manning in U.S. and
International News Media”. 31 Aug 2015. Abstract
Katrina Rose. “The Body as a Site of Gender-related Distress: Ethical
Considerations for Gender Variant Youth in Clinical Settings”. 07 Dec 2015. Abstract
Elijah Adiv Edelman. ““This is Where you Fall off My Map”: Trans-Spectrum
Spatialities in Washington, DC, Safety, and the Refusal to Submit to Somatic
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