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Phoenix Van Laanen

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Transcript of Trans101

created by Phoenix V. Trans 101 Transgender means that the gender you identify as is different than the sex you were assigned at birth. This means that, although someone may have been coercively assigned female at birth, they may identify as male. What does "transgender" mean? Technically, yes. But there are many other gender identities that would still fall under the transgender umbrella. So, you can be a trans girl or a trans guy? agender bigender pangender androgyne genderqueer transmasculine transfeminine ftm mtf Before we start... Here's some important terminology. sex: your biological, hormonal, or given sex, usually defined by genital configuration. gender identity: how you identify your own gender: NOT ALWAYS determined by your sex This is time for the analogy of what gender is! Back on track...the process many trans people go through in changing their "gender" is called transitioning. Transitioning encompasses: coming out changing your name hormone replacement therapy (HRT) surgeries therapy Or, basically, the process of becoming the "you" inside. Pronouns she/her/hers he/him/his they/them/their xe/hir/hirs ey/em/eir xe/xem/xer Ready to practice? ALICE was beginning to get very tired of sitting by (her) sister on the bank and of having nothing to do: once or twice (she) had peeped into the book (her) sister was reading, but it had no pictures or conversations in it, "and what is the use of a book," thought Alice, "without pictures or conversations?'
So (she) was considering, in (her) own mind (as well as (she) could, for the hot day made (her) feel very sleepy and stupid), whether the pleasure of making a daisy-chain would be worth the trouble of getting up and picking the daisies, when suddenly a White Rabbit with pink eyes ran close by (her). How can I be a trans* ally? don't assume gender ask for PGPs create gender inclusive spaces advocate for for trans friends educate yr peers, teachers, and coworkers respect pronouns and names don't out without permission fight for gender neutral bathrooms correct those who misgender offer a listening ear don't make them "prove" their gender be supportive and open to listen treat them like a person A few things to remember... don't out without permission don't police gender identity trans people are more than genitals there are proper occasions to ask questions we are people too! ANY QUESTIONS? Lucas Silviera So then... Side Note! Every trans* person's
transition is different.
No one experiences it
the same. Just because
someone chooses not
to transition or to
transition differently,
doesn't make them
"less trans*" FAMOUS NON-CISGENDER PEOPLE Chaz Bono Kate Bornstein Laura Jane Grace Leslie Feinberg Sylvia Rivera Renée Richards Rocco Katastrophe Lana Wachowski
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