List of transgender-related topics
The term "transgender" is multi-faceted and complex, especially where consensual and precise definitions have not yet been reached. While often the best way to find out how people identify themselves is to ask them, not all persons who might be thought of as falling under the transgender 'umbrella' identify as such. Transgender can also be distinguished from intersex, a term for people born with physical sex characteristics "that do not fit typical binary notions of male or female bodies".
Books and articles written about transgender people or culture are often outdated by the time they are published, if not already outdated at the time of composition, due to inappropriate and/or outdated questions or premises.Psychology, medicine, and social sciences research, aid, or otherwise interact with or study about transgender people. Each field starts from a different point of view, offers different perspectives, and uses different nomenclature. This difference is mirrored by the attitude of transgender people as regards transgender issues, which can be seen in the articles listed below.
People and behaviourEdit
- Gender neutrality
- Gender variance
- Packing (phallus)
- Third gender
- Transvestic fetishism
- Transsexual pornography
In non-Western culturesEdit
- Acault (Burma)
- Akava'ine (Cook Islands)
- Bacchá (Central Asia)
- Bakla (Philippines)
- Evening people (India)
- Fakaleiti (Tonga)
- Fa'afafine (Samoa)
- Femminiello (Neapolitan)
- Galli (ancient Rome)
- Transgender rights in Iran
- Kathoey (Thailand)
- Khanith (Arabia)
- Khawal (Egypt)
- Köçek (Turkey)
- Mahu wahine (Hawaii)
- Meinmasha (Burma)
- Meti (Nepal)
- Maknyah (Malaysia)
- Mudoko dako (the Langi in Uganda)
- Mukhannathun (Arabia)
- Muxe (Mexico)
- Newhalf ("ニューハーフ") (Japan)
- Transgender in China
- Transgender people in Singapore
- Tom-Dee identity (Thailand)
- Sworn virgin (Balkan)
- Takatāpui (Maori)
- Travesti (Brazil)
- Two-Spirit/"Berdache" (North America)
- Waria (Indonesia)
- Gender binary
- Gender blind
- Gender identity
- Gender role
- Gender variance
- Third gender
- Sexual characteristics
- Sex-determination system
Sexual orientation and behaviourEdit
Sexual orientation and behaviour are independent from gender identity; since both are often mentioned together or even confused, some relevant topics are mentioned here. The first article elaborates on this question.
- LGBT culture also contains a section on transgender
- Sexuality and gender identity-based cultures
- Sexual identity
- Coming out
- Passing (gender)
- Questioning (sexuality and gender)
- Transgender sexuality
- Real-life experience (transgender)
Relating to medical treatmentEdit
- Standards of Care for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender Nonconforming People
- World Professional Association for Transgender Health (formerly known as the Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association)
- Causes of transsexualism
- Sex reassignment therapy (compare also Sex change)
- Hormone replacement therapy (transgender)
- Sex reassignment surgery
- Sex reassignment surgery (female-to-male)
- Sex reassignment surgery (male-to-female)
Classification and causes of transgenderism and transsexualityEdit
Sexual diversity studiesEdit
- Anima (Jung)
- Feminine essence concept of transsexuality
- Feminist views on transgender and transsexual people
- Gender studies
- Queer studies
- Queer theory
Film and televisionEdit
Transgender art and artists include:
- New Media Art:
- Barbara Hammer – Lover Other
- Last Exit To Brooklyn by Hubert Selby, Jr. one of the stories revolve around a group of transvestites, led by a girl named Georgette.
- Masculinities Without Men? (ISBN 0-7748-0997-3) by Jean Bobby Noble
- Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City series includes a transgender person as a central character.
- Luna (ISBN 0-316-73369-5) by Julie Anne Peters
- Whipping Girl by Julia Serano
- Becoming, a gender flip book (ISBN 1935613006) by Yishay Garbasz a flip book with images of the artist one year before and one year after her gender afirmation surgery.
Transgender people and religionEdit
Transgender rights and history by countryEdit
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- United Kingdom
- United States
Transgender people and military serviceEdit
Gender-variant people or behaviourEdit
Many other terms describe gender-variant people or behaviour, without the people being described necessarily being transgender:
- Ardhanarishvara, the androgynous aspect of Shiva and Parvati in Hinduism.
- Aravani or Hijra, transgender devotees of several religious cults in Hinduism.
- The cult of Aphroditus, the androgynous Amathusian Aphrodite in Greek mythology.
- Galli, the transgender priests of the Phrygian goddess Cybele and her consort Attis.
- The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a group of (mostly) gay male nuns who take vows to promulgate universal joy and expiate stigmatic guilt.
- Skoptsy, religious sect in early 20th Century imperial Russia that practiced castration and mastectomies.
- Sally Hines; Tam Sanger, eds. (2010). Transgender Identities: Towards a Social Analysis of Gender Diversity. Routledge. p. 50. ISBN 978-0-415-99930-4.
- "Free & Equal Campaign Fact Sheet: Intersex" (PDF). United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. 2015. Retrieved June 8, 2016.
- Lev, Arlene Istar (2004). Transgender Emergence: Therapeutic Guidelines for Working with Gender-Variant People and Their Families. Routledge. p. 241. ISBN 978-0-7890-21175.
- Ruthellen Josselson; Michele Harway, eds. (2012). Navigating Multiple Identities: Race, Gender, Culture, Nationality, and Roles. Oxford University Press. p. 117. ISBN 978-0-19-973207-4.
- American Psychiatric Association (1957). The American Journal of Psychiatry, Volume 113, Part 2. p. 586.
- "Ryan Cassata – the Artist and Activist | Ryancassata.com".