SpringerBriefs in sociology. 2212-6368 ; 0.
This Briefs is the first national study on female-to-male (FtM) transgender people's experiences in Australia. It describes an extensive study that fills the current gap in Australian research on the specific experiences and beliefs about transition for contemporary Australian FtM transgender people. Following an overview of current literature on the various aspects of and approaches to transgender issues, this briefs describes in detail the design, participants and findings of the study. The Briefs offers useful statistics and stories related to participants' identities, education, health, sexual and social lives. It ends with recommendations to all those working in the various offices and institutions that FtM transgender people encounter in their everyday life, and represents and invaluable resource for researchers, service providers and gender diverse communities alike.
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Acknowledgements Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Design of the Study Chapter 3. Our Diverse FtM Transgender Participants Chapter 4. Gender Identity Chapter 5. Transitioning & Other Options Chapter 6. Health Chapter 7. Mental Health Chapter 8. Education Chapter 9. Employment Chapter 10. Discrimination, Social Acceptance and Support Chapter 11. Sexuality, Romance and Relationships Chapter 12. Parenting Chapter 13. Conclusion and Recommendations.
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