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    The Transgender Movement

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    The transgender movement first emerged in 1952, but was formality made into a movement in 1969 with the Stonewall riots, which also was the birth of the LGBT movement. Since then transgender rights and transgendered people, in general, have been a prevalent topic in todays media since the passing of several LGBT laws. The passing of laws in favour of the LGBT, such as, marriage equality law, the transgender community is now focusing on obtaining laws that favour the movement in gaining equal and…

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    Transgenders In Schools

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    This group of people are transgenders, someone whose self-identity does not match the one given…

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    Transgender Bathroom

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    Transgender issues have been gaining steam recently, but one such issue is splitting our nation in half. Transgender bathroom use is a very controversial issue for now and people have varying views. In the article titled, “For Millennials, a Consensus on Transgender Bathroom Use,” by Susan Page and Fernanda Crescente, the issue was researched in depth and by nearly “2 - 1, they say they say transgender individuals should be able to use public bathrooms designated for the gender they identify…

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    Transgender Activism

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    Only a few years ago, the voices of transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals fell upon deaf ears. However, within the past two years, their mistreatment has become a forefront issue discussed across America. Transgender activism is creating a bigger impact on our society, pushing reflective thoughts on transphobia into the minds of Americans. Recently, in North Carolina, a bill was passed that blocks transgender individuals from using the public restrooms corresponding with the gender…

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    Being transgender in America has become more prevalent in recent years. According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of transgender is, “of relating to, or being a person who identifies with or expresses a gender identity that differs from the one which corresponds to the person’s sex at birth.” Famous former Olympian Bruce Jenner, more recently known as Caitlyn Jenner, has emerged as a popular transgender activist. Issues surrounding transgender athletes’ dates back to 1932 with Babe Didrikson…

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    Essay On Being Transgender

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    were born in the wrong body. One might physically be a male but mentally and emotionally they are actually female. This is where being transgender comes in. Some of these people that feel like they were born in the wrong body sometimes transition and actually change from being male to female and vice versa. Like any other life changing decision, being transgender changes everything about one’s life. Not only do you change physically, but everything else around you changes and other people start…

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    Bullying against transgender teens will only become more rampant if they are forced to use the “correct” bathroom or have special accommodations made for them. There is already a societal stigma towards transgenders for just being, which is made even worse by differentiating them from their peers. Making transgender students use the staff bathroom or the bathroom of their biological sex only encourages the disapproving atmosphere many have to deal with at an institution that is supposed to be a…

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    Transgender Discrimination An overwhelming forty one percent of transgender people, that responded to the “National Transgender Discrimination Survey Report on Health and Health Care” have reported to attempting suicide because of being discriminated against. There is a twenty eight percent rate of transgenders postponing their medical care, because they did not want to deal with discrimination. A majority of them were told that they needed major surgeries, and they still have not gotten them…

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    Transgender Bathroom Laws

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    Transgender Bathroom Laws The United States has been determined for its citizens to have equal rights given for every citizen no matter race, skin color, sexual orientation, religion, and gender identity. Although with the United States’s determination, a few complications stand in the way for a certain group of people in order for them to get the rights someone like you and I would have. This group of people, known as transgenders, have recently been targeted for wanting to use the bathroom of…

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    Transgender Identity Essay

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    like every day, in fact it briefly describes how we are in general . Now, Transgender is the state of one's self gender identity( one's self sense of identification between masculine and femenine ) not matching one's assigned sex which is based on physical sexuality at birth (GLAAD). Today, most of the countries define gender based on the physical,biological and genetic sexuality at birth while there is at least one transgender person, whose self-gender identity is different from the assigned…

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