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    people are speaking up about it. The transgender community has made great advances in recent years, but they still face the harshness of society in every day of their lives. From being bullied as youths to being targeted for using the bathroom, transgender…

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    moment for the LGBT community, which took place last year on June 26, 2016, which was the day that gay marriage was legalized nationwide. Then in 2016, the Obama administration sent out a statement to public schools, nationwide that required all transgender students to use the bathroom they feel most comfortable in. But not all states complied with the obama administration. Texas state’ attorney general, Ken Paxton said it should be a “localized” decision, many other states agreed. Texas along…

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    to start living full time by making gradual changes to their gender appearance so they can start living their life as they wish in a different gender. They feel like they need to Bond with other people who are transgender individuals by their peers during support groups and the transgender community groups may as well be very supportive for them when they are going through the transition process. During the transition process it normally includes them in changing their clothing ad grooming such…

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    Transgender Case Summary

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    Analyzing the Case of Gwen Transgender is a term that describes people who have Gender Dysphoria, new term for Gender Identity Disorder (Butcher, Hooley, & Mineka, 2013; Altilio, & Otis-Green, 2011). Uniquely as the word transgender has become a descriptive definition to describe or define a population of marginalized individuals, who may potentially develop anxiety, depression, restlessness, and other symptoms as a result of their disorder. The social construct of sex and gender has become…

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    people do not know what they are really felt. Some transgender have to hide their identity because of they afraid of their family will not accept what they are going to be, some of them are afraid that people around them will look at them and think that they are different. Therefore, instead of look at them as different from normal gender, people should respect for who they are and what they choose for their self. Most people today are insult transgender because they are different but on the…

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    LGBT folks to be out and open about their identities. With this sudden influx of a variety of new labels, more people are being accused of faking their identities for attention, or labeled as trend setters, especially in the trans community. To be transgender means that a person’s gender identity doesn’t match the gender they were designated at birth. For many people, this means a person who was raised as a male now identifying as a female, or vice versa. Though, recently, many people have begun…

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    with all the media exposure to Bruce Jenner and his lifestyle change to become a woman but I don 't really fully understand so I ask Rodney if trans gendered people wear gay is whale, any kind of laughed at me and said no and individual who is transgender would not consider him or herself to be gay. What 's transit gendered, they consider the relationships just like other heterosexual people. For example if a mail goes through the psychological testing, the surgeries that alter them from being…

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    transgendered male makes it uncomfortable for me. If the bill is not passed school systems will have to accommodate for this issue. The next question is how do you properly accommodate transgendered individuals? Do you add a third bathroom for transgender people, do you make all bathrooms neutral, or do you just make multiple family bathrooms? Whatever the case may be this issue will not stop at just the bathrooms. In order to dress out for gym you have male and female locker rooms. So how…

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    What it means to be Transgender Imagine being seventeen years old with your entire future in sight. Suddenly this is all brought to halt due to violence fueled by complete ignorance and hatred. “In 2003 Gwen Araujo, a transgender teenager from a small town in Northern California, was murdered by a group of young men who beat her to death with a shovel after discovering that she had male genitalia. The attorneys representing the young men argued that their clients’ actions were justified by…

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    For transgender Americans, the fight for equality is not over. While the recent changes in laws affecting LGBT individuals have done a great deal to improve the situation, the fact remains that a portion of the population is still denied the most basic of human rights. Something as simple as using the bathroom has become the new battleground for civil rights, as many states attempt to pass laws that restrict bathroom usage to the gender on someone’s birth certificate. While the number of…

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