Tuesday, 30 June 2015 16:28

The University Of Georgia Began A Study On Transgender Identity And Experience

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University of Georgia


The University of Georgia has decided to launch a major study on the trans* identity and experience to enable better support and to develop better social services tailored to transgender people.

This study will last for five years and will begin in particular by trying to understand how the hardships of a life can influence our identity.

Anneliese Singh, professor in the counselling and human development department, who is leading one of the teams, also explains that «for instance, people tend to have an internal sense of being a woman or a man.

«Transgender people may not fit neatly into this gender binary as transgender people may not identify with the sex they were assigned at birth.»




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