The Social Costs of Gender Nonconformity for Transgender Adults: Implications for Discrimination and Health†

@inproceedings{Miller2015TheSC,
  title={The Social Costs of Gender Nonconformity for Transgender Adults: Implications for Discrimination and Health†
},
  author={Lisa R. Miller and Eric Anthony Grollman},
  booktitle={Sociological forum},
  year={2015}
}
Research suggests that transgender people face high levels of discrimination in society, which may contribute to their disproportionate risk for poor health. However, little is known about whether gender nonconformity, as a visible marker of one's stigmatized status as a transgender individual, heightens trans people's experiences with discrimination and, in turn, their health. Using data from the largest survey of transgender adults in the United States, the National Transgender Discrimination… CONTINUE READING
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