Research and statistics

Cornell study – What does the scholarly research say about the effect of gender transition on transgender well-being?

Lancet study: Removing transgender identity from the classification of mental disorders 

Total Jobs Trans Employee Survey Results

Transgender Kids Show Consistent Gender Identity Across Measures

Transgender teens become happy, healthy young adults

Outcomes for young trans people

Research Paper: Young Adult Psychological Outcome After Puberty  Suppression and Gender Reassignment

Update on the Biology of Transgender Identity
[everything you wanted to know about the science of gender variance – and actually readable]

Research note: intersexuality, feminism and the case for gender binaries

Cultural Cisgenderism Consequences of the Imperceptible

Physical and Mental Health of Transgender Older Adults: An At-Risk and Underserved Population

Myths About Transition Regrets [This article links to a number of papers evidencing good outcomes for people who transition]

Trans Mental Health Study

Trans Suicide – a Guardian article reporting on trans suicide statistics.

Abuse Statistics for Trans People – another article reports further stats here

Canadian Study – demonstrating support of trans people improves mental health

A Reddit thread here lists a number of references that demonstrate the effectiveness of transition to improve mental health


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