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Gender Analysis videos blocked in YouTube’s restricted mode

In 2010, YouTube introduced the “restricted mode” feature, an option that users can enable to “help screen out potentially mature content that you may prefer not to see or don’t want others in your family to see”. At the time this … Continue reading

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Transgender youth fact check: Blaire White is wrong – Part 2: Outcomes

(Explaining why something is wrong can take a very long time! Please be sure to read Part 1 before continuing.) So, someone by the name of Blaire White made a video about gender transition treatment for transgender children and adolescents. And I’m … Continue reading

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Book review: “Becoming Nicole” by Amy Ellis Nutt (Gender Analysis)

I’ve often been asked which books I would recommend for those who are interested in learning more about transgender topics. Usually, there aren’t many I can suggest – popular coverage of these issues often contains deficiencies that misinform readers about … Continue reading

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0.3% is not 0.03%: representations of transgender frequencies in online publications (Gender Analysis 21)

In 2011, the Williams Institute at UCLA published an estimate of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender population of the United States. Reviewing various surveys and studies, the report estimated that about 0.3% of adults in the U.S. are trans. Since … Continue reading

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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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