Sociological perspectives of transgender

Some choose to openly identify as transgender, while others simply identify as men or women. S4TJ recently launched a mentoring program to contribute to the professional development of trans and non-binary sociologists, as well as trans studies scholars. While the visibility of transgender people is increasing in popular culture and daily life, we still face severe discrimination, stigma and systemic inequality. Facebook Twitter linkedIn Email Print. Fortunately, S4TJ was able to secure a meeting time and location at the ASA meeting at the last minute, where we were overjoyed to see the room so packed that some attendees had to stand. Faculty of any gender who would like to sign up to serve as a mentor should complete the following form: To be clear, without identification, one cannot travel, register for school or access many services that are essential to function in society.

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Promoting Transgender Justice through Sociology


Many states require evidence of medical transition — which can be prohibitively expensive and is not something that all transgender people want — as well as fees for processing new identity documents, which may make them unaffordable for some members of the transgender community. Fortunately, S4TJ was able to secure a meeting time and location at the ASA meeting at the last minute, where we were overjoyed to see the room so packed that some attendees had to stand. Trans Coalition, 44 percent of those who identified health as one of their top priorities said that access to transgender-sensitive healthcare was their most significant need. Last summer, in the midst of news of historic levels of violence against trans people, we noted that perspectives from psychologists, medical professionals, and lawyers were featured in the media, yet few, if any, sociologists were part of the national conversation about trans and non-binary issues. While advocates continue working to remedy these disparities, change cannot come too soon for transgender people. Poverty — In too many cases, this lack of legal protection translates into unemployment for transgender people.

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The transgender community is incredibly diverse. They have also worked to make sociology conferences more trans-friendly, including hosting a trans and gender non-conforming TGNC hospitality suite at the recent Southern Sociological Society meeting and encouraging sociology societies to include gender pronouns on conference name badges. In the meantime, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and join our listserv: Identity Documents — The widespread lack of accurate identity documents among transgender people can have an impact on every area of their lives, including access to emergency housing or other public services. This omission is troubling considering sociologists have been instrumental in understanding gender as social, rather than biological, and numerous sociologists have published research that could contribute to public understandings of transphobic violence and discrimination.

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