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Transgender is a very complex topic, where definitions are often still up in the air. Usually, the only way to find out how exactly people identify themselves is to ask them, and sometimes, transgender people either cannot or will not define themselves any more specifically than transgender, queer, or genderqueer.

Books and articles written about transgender people or culture are often outdated by the time they are published, if not already outdated at the time of composition, due to inappropriate and/or outdated questions or premises. Not only psychology and medicine, but also social sciences deal with transgender people, and each starts from a very different point of view, offers very different perspectives, and uses a different nomenclature. The difference is mirrored by the attitude of transgendered people towards transgender issues, as can be seen in the articles listed below.

People and Behaviour[edit | edit source]

In non-western cultures[edit | edit source]

Basic Terms[edit | edit source]

Gender[edit | edit source]

Sex[edit | edit source]

Intersexual[edit | edit source]

Other[edit | edit source]

Topics related to transitioning[edit | edit source]

Social[edit | edit source]

Relating to medical treatment[edit | edit source]

Legal aspects[edit | edit source]

Other[edit | edit source]

Sex change

Other related topics[edit | edit source]

Other gender-variant people or behaviour[edit | edit source]

Many other terms describe gender-variant people or behaviour, without the people being described necessarily being transgender.

Sexual orientation and behaviour[edit | edit source]

Sexual orientation and behaviour are independent from gender identity; since both are often mentioned together or even confused, some relevant topics are mentioned here. The first article elaborates on this question.

Religion[edit | edit source]

Media[edit | edit source]

Film and television[edit | edit source]

Main article: Transgender in film and television

Comedians[edit | edit source]


Books[edit | edit source]

Other[edit | edit source]

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