Two Sexes, Two Genders Only: Measuring Attitudes toward Transgender Individuals in Poland

  title={Two Sexes, Two Genders Only: Measuring Attitudes toward Transgender Individuals in Poland},
  author={Karolina Konopka and Monika Prusik and Michał Szulawski},
  journal={Sex Roles},
Transphobia is an under-examined but important type of prejudice to study in Polish culture. Poland is a country where a majority of transgender people feel discriminated against. There is a need for a more evidence-based measures for researchers and practitioners to better understand transphobia. The main purpose of the present three studies ( n  = 300 participants for each study) was to validate the Genderism and Transphobia Scale (GTS; Hill and Willoughby 2005 ) and the Transphobia Scale (TS… 
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