- The Affordable Care Act included trans health care in many places and that was a remarkable step in the right direction for trans people, but in some ways it still remained difficult to receive personalized and comprehensive transgender healthcare.
- —Alexa Corazón
Recent Examples of trans from the Web
Nikolle, 27, is a trans woman from Honduras making her way to the US-Mexico border with a group of people part of the 1,500 plus caravan that began in Chiapas, Mexico two weeks ago.
With the measure’s defeat, existing nondiscrimination protections for trans people that were approved by the Anchorage Assembly in 2015 will remain in place.
Not all trans people choose to, or can afford to, undergo medical surgeries.
Fogarty started her research in 2008, after learning more about widespread violence against trans people.
Another study found that four-fifths of murders of trans people take place in Latin America.
Chile is not notably supportive of trans people, but Ms. Vega finds refuge in her work.
Staples introduces the story’s first trans woman, Petrichor, during Saga’s detention-center arc with a splash panel—a full page devoted to a single image.
If you, yourself, are not of trans experience, understanding isn’t necessarily a possibility.
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Origin and Etymology of trans-
TRANS Defined for English Language Learners
: on or to the other side of : across or beyond
: so as to change in form or position
TRANS Defined for Kids
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