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    Rebekah Forcier Professor Younkin English 1010 Transgender Equality Men and Women have very distinct similarities and differences. Mainly‚ there is a difference between genitalia and sex traits that establishes what sex we are. But what if the lines of sex became blurred? What if a boy wanted to be a girl and vice versa? This is called Transgenderism. There are now‚ more than ever‚ ways to make these things possible. Now‚ while it’s possible to change your “parts”‚ is the sex truly changed? This

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    “I was born trapped in a body that didn’t match the gender I am. I didn’t know anything but discomfort and feeling out of place until I put a name to it‚ and decided to transition. After I had my first hormone injection‚ my first response was: "Ah! That’s what I am supposed to feel like!" quoted by Unknown. Transgendered individuals not only have to deal with the normal obstacles that everyone else does‚ growing up‚ finding an identity‚ and simply living life‚ but also have to face who they really

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  • Transgenders

    DEFINITIONS According to Hagg and Fellows (2007:4)‚ sex generally refers to anatomy and biology such as male or female‚ whereas gender refers to the qualities and behaviours society expects from a boy or girl‚ a man or woman. The definition of transgender refers to a person having no identification with‚ or no presentation as‚ the gender one was assigned at birth (Hagg and Fellows 2007:4). The definition of transsexual in Hagg and Fellows (2007:4) refers to a person who had undergone a sex change

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    how smoothly everything runs. The gender topic was a big discussion in class this week. Mainly‚ if a transgender male has the right to use the female bathroom or must use the mens. This is a very heated debate. As a society we aim to have everybody feel accepted and treated as equals but if one person’s equality takes away form abothers‚ then is that really okay? Some people argue that a transgender male should be able to use the female bathroom because a person gender isnt decided on what is between

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    Transgender/Transsexual Olivia Warehime Tarleton State University ABSTRACT A transgender is someone that believes that their gender does not match their anatomy that they were born with. Transgender believes that they’re in someone else’s body. For example someone that was born a male believes he’s a female and vice versa. Keyword: heterosexism‚ LGBT‚ Lesbian‚ Gay‚ Bisexual‚ Transgender‚ Prevention Why are people transgender? ACN‚ S. (2011‚ February 27). Health experts believe that being transgender

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    does not want to be the sex that they were born. Others say that a person is born with those feelings and that they just develop over time. Some say that they don’t act on those feelings during adolescence because of the stigma attached to being transgender‚ and the fact that kids are cruel. The fact that they don’t act on the feelings until later in their lives is the reason why some say that wanting to be a different sex just happens. Personally‚ I believe that a person is born knowing that they

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    Scientific Research on Transgenders In the 1950’s and 1960’s‚ transgenders‚ or men and women who feel they are trapped in the wrong bodies‚ would be considered mentally ill. However‚ since then there have been many studies on this issue and it has been proved to be plausible; this condition is also popularly referred to as Gender Identity Disphoria. Though the studies are yet to be conclusive‚ it was found that transgenders were not mentally ill‚ as previously diagnosed‚ but it is a result of

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    Reflections on Transgender Before going to the transgender workshop‚ I have already had a mindset of gender stereotype and I have never thought of accepting the sexual minorities like trans and homosexual people. I was raised in a traditional and conservative family that my parents showed me that a man should be the head of the family because he is the breadwinner so all family members have to rely on him. On the other hand‚ a woman should always listen to her husband and stay at home to serve

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    SOCIOLOGY A RESEARCH PAPER ON COMMUNITY FORMATION OF TRANSGENDERS Submitted to : Professor Kannan‚ Department of Sociology‚ TNNLS Submitted by : Reuben Philip Abraham Roll No.: 48 Class : 1 st Year Semester : 1 The Tamil Nadu National Law School

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  • Transgender Issues

    1. After reading the articles assigned for the transgender issue‚ one can argue for and against the transgender issue. “When a Transgender Person Uses a Public Bathroom‚ Who is At Risk?” states that the North Carolina bathroom bill is causing controversy over safety. However‚ there is a discrepancy on who is being harmed by the bill. There are arguments for allowing transgender people to use the bathroom of the sex that they identify with. This article also provides an argument against the use of

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