Gender Violence

@article{Lombardi2001GenderV,
  title={Gender Violence},
  author={Emilia L. Lombardi and Riki Anne Wilchins and Dana Priesing and Diana Malouf},
  journal={Journal of Homosexuality},
  year={2001},
  volume={42},
  pages={101 - 89}
}
Abstract There is a pervasive pattern of discrimination and prejudice against transgendered people within society. Both economic discrimination and experiencing violence could be the result of a larger social climate that severely sanctions people for not conforming to society's norms concerning gender; as such, both would be strongly associated with each other. Questionnaires were distributed to people either through events or through volunteers, and made available upon the World Wide Web. A… 
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