Monthly Archives: March 2016

Four easy steps for talking to children about your trans status (Gender Analysis 18)

By Heather McNamara One of the most common issues I hear cis people blow out of proportion is the subject of talking to children about trans people. What will they tell their kids? It’s so confusing! As queer people, most … Continue reading

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Bathrooms and locker rooms: the transgender witch hunt (Gender Analysis 17)

(Support Gender Analysis on Patreon!) Previously: Bathroom bills: dehumanization and control We’re barely two months into 2016, and this year, there have already been 29 bills filed in state legislatures to prevent trans people from using the restroom or locker … Continue reading

Posted in Bathrooms and public accommodations, Health care, Politics and law, Sociological research, Statistics and demographics, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , | 7 Comments