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    Transgender Bathrooms Transgender people should be respected just as much as any other person is respected in our community. Many people do not respect them because they judge the choice that they have made and because people claim that what they are doing is against their religions. They are also not respected because some people view them differently almost like they are predators trying to go after their children. All that most transgender people really want to do is go to the bathroom…

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    that full support system is essential when treating transgender or gender deviant patients as well as the need for a patient advocate. The treatment and views of the transgender community over the last century are the building blocks that have created a support system that delivers appropriate resources. The harsh treatment of these patients will also cause long-term effects on the community both good and bad. Sexuality: The Progression of Transgender Community in Healthcare Introduction…

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    Transgender is an umbrella term that is inclusive to all gender nonconforming identities, but is usually aimed at individuals who were assigned the opposite sex than the one they identify with. A majority of the population, is on the opposite end of the spectrum, identifying with what is called cisgender. Cisgender is a term describing anyone who identifies with their biological sex. When it comes to the term “transgender” there are many misconceptions in how they are viewed and understood. Most…

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    Transgender Case Study

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    Transgender individuals face many challenges which can cause distress and other psychological issues. They feel safer with the availability of social support from the community. Support does not prevent hate crimes but it can help with psychological distress if somebody is a victim. There are many interventions available for various mental health problems. However, the order in which these interventions are provided will be specific depending upon the victim and the form of discrimination…

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    Transgender Gender Roles

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    Transgender people have to hide who they are in fear of being hurt and seen as different. Religion plays a great deal into cultural and societal views on gender. That idea that transgender people are rejecting god's great gift, their bodies. However if one undergoes plastic surgery to enhance an aspect of themselves they are rarely ever condemned for rejecting god's body. Transgender people are regularly the victims of hate crimes. "20% had…

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    Transgender Student Essay

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    This research examines the challenges of transgender students on college campuses. Once discovering the challenges of the transgender students on college campuses, I found Two theories, the University of Tennessee theory and “Dear Colleague” letter theory, helped me that would help me develop my own theory on accommodating transgender college students. I first had to clearly understand the term transgender and terms related to it; such as gender identity, sexual orientation, hormonal therapy,…

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    Transgender is a very controversial topic in today’s society. Most people do not know what the word transgender even means. According to Bradford, Reisner, Honnold, and Xavier (2013), “ The term transgender has been defined as any individual whose gender-related identification or external presentation either violates conventional conceptualizations of ‘male’ or ‘female’ or mixes different aspects of male and female role and identity”. In simplistic terms, transgender individuals’ external…

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    You may think that coming out as ‘transgender’ is a new thing due to it recently making headlines with people like Caitlyn Jenner or Laverne Cox. But that is not the case; there have been transgender reports from ancient Egypt and Rome, they just never had the medical resources to have the sex reassignment surgery and there were less people who came out as transgender. There was also not as much information available. Transgender means is that some people may feel they have not been born as…

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    There is a battle taking place on what should be fulfilled with transgender restrooms. Some sources convey that the public restrooms should be coed while others reinforce they should remain the way they are now. Of course, there are some details within, such as, a third bathroom should be installed, single stalls should be initiated, and others think the whole situation should be left alone. The conflict of whether or not any of these should take place has recently been hit hard in the media.…

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    Transgenders should not have to be restrained from their preference just because people might think they are sexual predators. Our society just assumes the worst about transgender people, but really that’s just being stereotypical that’s like saying every African American is a criminal. For many transgender people it has been very complicated and one the biggest issues for them using a public bathroom and its becoming dangerous. There has actually been a survey done at UCLA university, and they…

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