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    Transgender Rights and Issues Transgender people have faced issues for decades. From lack of acceptance from peers to straight out murders, trans issues are a big deal. Almost daily, transgender people face discrimination for not being their gender assigned at birth. Doctors choose the gender of a baby based off genitalia, which is sometimes inaccurate. While a good amount of the population is cisgender, where your gender corresponds with that assigned at birth, transgender people are a…

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    Transgender Fighting in MMA Enraged Mixed Martial Arts Fighter Matt Mitrione used harsh words to describe Fallon Fox by saying, “That is a lying, sick, sociopathic, disgusting freak [...]” (Gregory 2). Mixed Martial Artist (MMA) Fallon Fox “the Queen of Swords,” formally known as Boyd Burton, has made headlines for being the first openly transgender in MMA. In 2006, Fox underwent gender reassignment (Fallon 2). It is estimated that 2-5% of the population identify themselves as transgender.…

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    Transgender Film Analysis

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    More transgenders are coming out proudly, thanks to Caitlin Jenner. I am Cait, is the story about a transgender male who has made a huge step for the transgender community. This reality TV show stars Caitlin Jenner and portrays the story of how and why she decided to come out as transgender. She has always felt that she possessed a female brain, heart and soul. He has reinvented himself as a female…

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    Friday, I had lunch with my sister and our friends and the conversation shifted to transgender people. My dorm previously had a ‘Men’ and ‘Women’ bathroom and out of the blue, with no warning, it was changed to ‘All Gender’. And my friend said he did not quite understand the term ‘transgender’. So I straightened up and sat upright to educate my peers. My friends had so many questions about how people know their transgender or what procedures they may choose to undergo to complete their…

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    that is that we are both transgender, white, assigned female at birth, can vote, and have enough money to live but not enough to just send without thinking. There are some difference and that is that my character is a binary transgender and I am a nonbinary transgender person. It was easy for me to get into the mindset of my character because we are so similar that it was almost like my daily life was right in front of my face. When I realized i had gotten a transgender character i knew that i…

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    Transgender Rest Rooms

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    strangely when using public restrooms. But this is the nightmare trans-identified people have to face every single day. Transgender people need justice; we have the ability to take one small step in the right direction to assuring they are on their way to no longer being treated as second-class citizens, and we can take that small step by affirming this bill. CONTENTION 1: TRANSGENDER PEOPLE ARE NOT PREDATORS AND SHOULD NOT BE TREATED LIKE PARIAHS. Writer and queer comic Red Durkin sparked…

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    “A Transgender Moment” Its obvious that the LGBT community has become a popular topic today, as of late the spotlight has been on gender re-assignment which is going through numerous procedures with the intention of changing one’s sex. In this essay I will be consider both sides to this issue on whether it is or isn’t possible for one to feel as though they were born in the wrong body. Thus, discussing the pure thought of what makes one want to undergo a gender re-assignment; in the article…

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    States there are only 12 states that are in full support of transgender bathroom access. There are 6 states that have semi support of the issue of transgender bathrooms. 8 states have claimed to have low support, of transgender bathroom rights, which leaves 24 states that are refusing to support transgender bathrooms. (Transgenderlawcenter, 2016, p.1). That is over 50% of the United States that are overlooking the rights of transgender people. This is sickening, especially due to the fact that…

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    Essay On Transgender Women

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    Transgender men and women have been around for centuries. People frequently ask wonder what the difference between a transgender male or female is. A transgender male is a female living as a man and vice versa. People of society often look down on transgender people, transgenders are people too and it is about time that they get treated like one. “Transgender people identify themselves as being members of a gender that is different from their birth biology.” (Transgender People). In the…

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    “insider”. I am troubled because as a post-operative woman I have come to understand my gender transition as a stabilizing goal-oriented process, a consideration that is deeply challenged contested by my participants’ counter definition of the transgender experience as a destabilizing social process that should highlight indefinite fluidity and creative potentialities for society at large. I expect my presence moving forward to be potential troubling in the field as I seek neither to affirm nor…

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