Can you become transgender?
No. No more than you can become Spanish or grow a third eye. Being transgender is not a choice, it's not a disease, it's not an illness. It's just describes a difference between your self-perception and that of society-at-large.
No. Transgender people are born that way. But you can transition to make your body match your identity.
A person born female cannot become a transgender woman. Transgender women are born males.
People don't like the transgender thing
Yes, a cisgender woman can become pregnant from a transgender woman.
You're thinking of transgender people, not gay people. Gay people do not "become a girl" unless they are also transgender. Transgender people can be gay, straight, or anything else. For more information about the hormones that Transgender women take, click here.
Become a man.
A transgender woman can become a parent in the following ways: Fathering a child with a cisgender woman surrogacy adoption
People who have transgender surgery, typically, are unhappy living in the gender that they were born in and wish to become the opposite gender.
Yes. Anyone can become transgender. If you were born a girl and believe in your mind and heart that you are a boy. Then you are a FTM. (Female To Male). If you are a boy and believe in your mind and heart that you are a girl then you are a MTF. (Male To Female)
Nobody becomes lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. These are qualities of humanity that people are born with.
You become part of the LGBTQ community, if you weren't already.
A transgender woman is born a male and they simply live as women. They may take hormones. The proper name is transgender woman. Transsexual women tend to get surgery and/or take hormones to grow breasts. Not all transsexual women consider themselves transgender. However, arguably, a person is neither transgender nor transsexual after surgery, since the goal for the surgery is usually to become completely female.
Of course. In fact, that's how you become transgender really. One who is transgender usually always has been since birth, but sometimes they just hide that for a long time, making it a surprise if they decide to come out. Chances are if you aren't trans now, you won't be trans later
This depends on the physical aspects of the individual: if a transgender individual's sex organs have been altered or removed by surgery, then it is unlikely (or impossible, in the case of removal) that the individual can become pregnant.
By growing up and deciding if she needs to take hormones and/or get surgery.
From what I know: Maybe, especially in more "modern" and liberal sects of Judaism. The more liberal sects generally support transgender people, and I should think that it's a small step from support to saying that one can become a rabbi. As for cantor, I'm not sure.
Not necessarily. He may just be a masculine boy.
They don't choose to be transgender, they just are. It's not a choice
Appearing as, wishing to be considered as, or having undergone surgery to become a member (physically) of the opposite sex (gender).
Yes, transgender is real. There are both transgender women and transgender men. People who feel that their gender assignment of birth is at odds with who they are do exist.
To become a transgender girl if you are a boy, you will need to have the help of a physician. This person can write a prescription for female hormones that will help to change your body into that of a girl.
Transgender = Трансгендерность (Transgendernost')
no a transgender man has kids
No. A transgender woman is a woman.
Transgender is an adjective.
Transsexual and transvestite are both terms used for someone that is transgender, or has received a series of operations and shots to change their gender. They both mean the same thing. You know you want to become transgender if you look back and can't remember a time when you were ever truly happy or comfortable with your gender. You know you are transgender when you can officially and legally say that you are a male… Read More
How can a transsexual woman become well-known without people calling her transgender in writings or lumping her in with transgender people?
Unless she keeps her transition in the closet, it's probably not going to happen. Some day, it won't matter, but for now, it's a topic of discussion among people.
A transgender woman cannot get pregnant.
Neither are transgender.
Transgender Warrior was created in 2003.
Yes, transgender people exist.
Transgender people are not made. It is something you will be born with.
It isn't very left field at all. As a transgender person who has wanted to become a priest, I have researched this question before. Trans people can not become catholic priests or nuns normally (I haven't heard of any cases where they can without hiding themselves.) As for Buddhist monasteries, my understanding is that transgendered and queer people are generally thought to be unable to reach enlightenment, due to enhanced attachment to the physical.
It's where either a guy becomes a girl, or a girl becomes a guy. But there's A LOT of surgery you have go through to become what you want to be.
If he tells you he's transgender, you've spotted him.
Transgender men don't have a penis.
Transgender people are born this way.
Yes, transgender women can father children, but only if they have not had transitional surgery. Transgender men cannot father children.
She-male is a term used for transgender men working in the sex industry. They are born men and then by using hormones or implants, they get breasts.
If a boy feels like they're becoming feminine but don't want to become a woman does that mean there transgender?
Nope. It just means he's a feminine boy.
No, a man cannot impregnate a transgender woman.
Yes, a transgender man can.
Transgender Day of Remembrance was created in 1999.
People are either born transgender or their not.
The only way to know is if she tells you she's transgender.
No. A transgender man does not produce sperm.
Yes, a transgender man is a man who was born female thus he has the same anatomy as a woman and so will menstruate. Unless he was started on hormonal treatment before puberty then likely he would have menstruated at some point in his life and may continue to menstruate for the rest of his life. Not all trans men will have gender reassignment surgery, hysterectomy, or even hormone treatment. This is why we try… Read More
It is generally a slang term for someone who has male and female genitalia. Basically someone who is intersex; not all intersex people identify as transgender so no. It's all about what they choose to identify as. I would not suggest calling someone a morfidite even if they are intersex, for they may become offended.
Yes they can. Being transgender is a matter of identity, and not of skill - there is nothing to stop a transgender person from being as successful in acting as any other person.
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