what does it mean to be transgender?
a trans, or transgender person is a person who's gender differs from the sex they were assigned at birth.
this is the trans flag. the pink represents baby girls, the blue represents baby boys and the white represents those who are transitioning or don't define themselves within the gender binary.
written by Kyle William Urban
Well, I have a complicated relationship with it, if I’m honest.
I began questioning my gender identity in my early teen years. I was always ‘boyish’, and I began wearing stereotypical ‘boy’ clothing when I was around eight because my mum believes that clothing is clothing. Still, I always pushed the thought that I could be trans to the very back of my mind.
what being trans
means to me
written by Finchley
I’m Finchley (they/him) and to jump to it, I’m transgender and autistic. I like getting that out of the way a little earlier on because it changes people’s social expectations of me, and gives me agency to make clarifications.
being trans and autistic
The history of transgender people and the terminology is long, and often complicated. In the past, transgender identities have been covered up, or ignored. Here is a brief look into the more modern history...
the history of the term transgender