Category Archives: Statistics and demographics

Transgender health behaviors in the United States: How are we doing?

Much coverage of transgender health focuses on measures that are specific to us: How effectively is our gender dysphoria being treated in current medical practice? How well does this reduce our levels of depression, anxiety, and stress? What are the … Continue reading

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Do Lynn Conway’s transgender prevalence estimates hold up in 2018?

In 2001, pioneering trans woman and VLSI design innovator Lynn Conway posted an intriguing article arguing that the number of trans people in the population was far greater than was estimated at the time. Sources such as the DSM, citing … Continue reading

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“Rapid onset gender dysphoria” study: On “recent” changes in sex ratios

Previously: “Rapid onset gender dysphoria” study misunderstands trans depersonalization, ends up blaming Zinnia Jones Meet the unbiased, reliable, not-at-all-transphobic parents from the “rapid onset gender dysphoria” study Demographic changes in recent years toward a predominance of adolescent AFABs presenting for … Continue reading

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What are the odds you’ll stop harassing trans kids? (Gender Analysis)

If you’ll attack a trans kid and her family solely on the basis of your own ignorance, you’re a scumbag. 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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