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Exam 3


Transgender a person who identifies as anything other than the gender they were assigned at birth
Cisgender a person who is not transgender; In other words, a person whose gender identity matches the one they were assigned at birth
Gender non conformity anyone who does not express their gender in a way that’s typically expected for someone of their sex/gender (e.g., a tomboy)
Genderqueer used by people who don’t identify with other gender labels
Trans man or trans woman terms that include a transgender person’s gender identity
Trans man a transgender person who identifies as a man
Trans woman a transgender person who identifies as a woman
Transition changing a person’s bodily appearance through hormones, surgery, or other procedures, so that the person’s appearance is more congruent with their gender identity
Gender confirming/affirming surgery used to be known as “sex change” or “sex/gender reassignment surgery”
Agender term used by people who have no inner sense of their gender identity, or that they have no gender
Non binary umbrella term for anyone whose gender identity doesn’t fit within the gender binary (not male or female)
Language to Avoid Transgendered, “A transgender” , Tranny, Transvestite, Cross-dresser, “Born/trapped in the wrong body”, MTF or FTM
Myths/misunderstandings about trans people ~It’s all about the genitals ~All transgender people want a medical transition ~Surgery is the final goal or best outcome ~Assumptions about sexual orientation
Social transition the way that they express their gender identity (clothes, hair)
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