Size and Distribution of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Populations: A Narrative Review.

  title={Size and Distribution of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Populations: A Narrative Review.},
  author={Michael Goodman and Noah Adams and Trevor Corneil and Baudewijntje P. C. Kreukels and Joz Motmans and Eli Coleman},
  journal={Endocrinology and metabolism clinics of North America},
  volume={48 2},

Position statement on the hormonal management of adult transgender and gender diverse individuals

This work aims to provide general practitioners, physicians and other medical professionals with specific Australian recommendations for the hormonal and related management of adult TGD individuals.

Changes in Size and Demographic Composition of Transgender and Gender Non-Binary Population Receiving Care at Integrated Health Systems.

  • Qi ZhangWilli Rechler M. Goodman
  • Medicine
    Endocrine practice : official journal of the American College of Endocrinology and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists
  • 2020

Proportion of people identified as transgender and non-binary gender in Brazil

It is drawn attention that gender-diverse Brazilian individuals represent around 2% of the country's adult population (almost 3 million people), and are homogeneously located throughout the country, reiterating the urgency of public health policies for these individuals in the five Brazilian sub-regions.

Epidemiological considerations in transgender health: A systematic review with focus on higher quality data.

Current data indicate that people who self-identify as TGD represent a sizable and increasing proportion of the general population, but well-conducted studies of similar type and design tend to produce comparable results.

Examining the Mental Health Presentations of Treatment-Seeking Transgender and Gender Nonconforming (TGNC) Youth.

Recent research suggests that transgender and/or gender nonconforming (TGNC) youth present with heightened levels of mental health problems compared to peers. This study seeks to examine the mental

Cervical cancer prevention in transgender men: a review

It is tried to estimate how many transgender men still have a cervix, understand to identify challenges and barriers to cervical screening and propose possible solutions.

Health care access among transgender and nonbinary people in Canada, 2019: a cross-sectional survey

The results indicate that, despite efforts toward equity in access to care for trans and nonbinary people in Canada, inequities persist, and compares health care access across provinces or regions.

Progression of Gender Dysphoria in Children and Adolescents: A Longitudinal Study

Female sex at birth, older age of initial GD presentation to medical care, and non-Hispanic white race and ethnicity increased the likelihood of receiving diagnosis and treatment and racial and ethnic minorities were less likely to receive a diagnosis or be prescribed GAHT.

Proportion of ALGBT adult Brazilians, sociodemographic characteristics, and self-reported violence

Asexual, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans (ALGBT) individuals face worse life conditions and violence rates than their heterosexual cisgender counterparts. Brazil is often highlighted for having one

Social and medical practices of gender transition in Russia

The data obtained determine the relevance of developing a system of specialized medical care for transgender people with essential destigmatizing psychotherapeutic and psychiatric care for these people, as well as emphasize the need to study the availability of medical (psychiatric) care for Transgender people living in Russia.



Making It Count: Improving Estimates of the Size of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Populations.

Estimating the size of the transgender population should be population based, employ the two-step method to allow for collection of both gender identity and sex assigned at birth, and include measures to capture the range of transgender people with nonbinary gender identities.

Risk and Protective Factors in the Lives of Transgender/Gender Nonconforming Adolescents.

Transgender Demographics: A Household Probability Sample of US Adults, 2014.

The findings suggest that the transgender population is a racially diverse population present across US communities and inequalities in the education and socioeconomic status have negative implications for the health of the Transgender population.

Transsexualism and Sex Reassignment Surgery in Italy

The first efforts of systematically collecting national data regarding the prevalence of transsexualism and sex reassignment surgery (SRS) in Italy suggest that the data is not complete.

Cross‐cultural approaches to transsexualism

It is concluded that societal influences seem to have an influence on the number of transsexuals presenting as patients and whether these factors also influence aetiology and development of transsexualism.

Transsexualism in Serbia: a twenty-year follow-up study.

Although transsexualism is a universal phenomenon, the relatively young age of those applying for sex reassignment and the sex ratio of 1:1 distinguish the population in Serbia from others reported in the literature.

The prevalence of gender dysphoria in Scotland: a primary care study.

  • P. WilsonC. SharpS. Carr
  • Medicine
    The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners
  • 1999
A questionnaire was sent to senior partners in all general practices in Scotland designed to elicit experience of patients with gender dysphoria: a subjective experience of incongruity between

The Demographics of the Transgender Population

We want to stress at the outset of this chapter that the task of representing the transsexual and transgender population is nothing if not daunting. The difficulties, as we see them, stem from two

Prevalence of Gender Nonconformity in Flanders, Belgium

The prevalence of gender incongruence and gender ambivalence was examined based on two population-based surveys, one of 1,832 Flemish persons and one of 2,472 sexual minority individuals in Flanders, to examine the extent to which a person’s gender identity, gender role and/or gender expression differs from the cultural norms prescribed for people of a particular sex.

The prevalence of transsexualism in Singapore

  • W. Tsoi
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica
  • 1988
The prevalence of transsexualism in Singapore was estimated by counting all the patients who sought sex‐reassignment surgery and were subsequently diagnosed as transsexuals by psychiatrists up to 1986, which was a prevalence of 35.2 per 100,000 population age 15 and above.