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In fact, in the setting of long-term testosterone therapy, cortical bone was found to be larger in transgender men than in cisgender women.
They found that transgender people are as likely as cisgender people to be married, live in a rural area and be employed.
Agreement between the Statistics Canada question and the SMART identity question was 0.89 overall, 0.76 for trans people and 0.92 for cisgender. Agreement with past-year behaviour and lifetime behaviour were 0.39 and 0.48; for trans people, they were 0.11 and 0.0, and for cisgender people, 0.41 and 0.55.
Some of these interventions may generate important body changes, thus creating new metric parameters that make it difficult to compare this population within the existing cutoff points for the male and female cisgender populations.
These standards are accepted and normalized because of societal ciscentricism, which can be described as an unfair adherence to cisgender needs/desires over transgender needs/desires.
Transgender experiences are often translated through an unacknowledged epistemic commitment to a cisgender gender/sex paradigm.
And, she adds, the transgender people are keeping up with their cisgender co-workers across the board.
I can't name them all, but there are things like bisexual, female to male transsexual, male to female transsexual, pangender, and cisgender. Gender is now a very fluid thing."
These sorts of lessons show how everyone - straight, gay, bisexual, lesbian, queer, gender queer, transgender, or cisgender (those who identify with the gender they were assigned at birth) - deserves respect.
Readers going through a similar experience will feel that they are no longer alone, and cisgender (non-transgender) readers may gain understanding and empathy.
TBTS is organized around six themes: "Who We Are," "Living as Ourselves," "Health and Wellness," "Our Relationships and Families," "Life Stages," and "Claiming Our Power." Each themed section includes three to six chapters, covering issues that trans people may experience in different ways from cisgender people (people whose sex assigned at birth "matches" their gender identity), such as "Race, Ethnicity, and Culture"; "Religion and Spirituality"; "Intimate Relationships"; and "Parenting"; as well as other topics very specific to trans health, such as social, medical, and surgical transition; sexual and reproductive health; and mental health.
This remains the case even if the researcher identifies as trans themselves as the researcher's identity and personal philosophy may inflect their work, just as it likely will if the researcher is cisgender (4) (see Reflexivity below for more on this).