What is another word for transgendered?

Pronunciation: [tɹansd͡ʒˈɛndəd] (IPA)

The term 'transgendered' refers to individuals whose gender identity differs from the sex they were assigned at birth. However, the term has been criticized for being outdated and potentially stigmatizing. Alternative terms include 'transgender' or simply 'trans', which are more widely used and accepted. Other options include 'gender nonconforming', 'gender diverse', or 'gender variant', which emphasize gender identity rather than medical terminology or a binary view of gender. It is important to avoid using terms that are derogatory or disrespectful, and to use the language that individuals use to describe themselves. Ultimately, the most respectful way to refer to someone is to ask what term they prefer.

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What are the hypernyms for Transgendered?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    transgender, genderqueer, gender-variant, gender expansive, gender minority, gender-diverse.

What are the opposite words for transgendered?

The term "transgendered" refers to a person whose gender identity does not align with the sex they were assigned at birth. However, it is essential to use inclusive language and avoid using words that may perpetuate harmful stereotypes or binary thinking. Some antonyms for the word "transgendered" include cisgender, gender-conforming, and non-transgender. Cisgender refers to individuals whose gender identity matches the sex they were assigned at birth. Gender-conforming means individuals who align with the traditional binary gender roles, while non-transgender refers to individuals who do not identify as transgender or gender non-conforming. Using inclusive language creates a safer and more welcoming environment for everyone, regardless of gender identity or expression.

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Famous quotes with Transgendered

  • There are brilliant out lesbians and gay men and bisexuals and transgendered people and heterosexuals keeping the fire of change alive. Not a day goes by when I don't feel grateful to them for their work.
    Jasmine Guy
  • Allow the diversity to exist. There is nothing wrong with it. Hell, we put up with the religious right-we can put up with transgendered human beings.
    Jessica Lange
  • Any power-over position forwards a culture that oppresses the transgendered. We should look for positions that allow us to bring out the power we have within us, and to acknowledge the power of others.
    Kate Bornstein
  • You know, don’t you, that no amount of wishing that this were not the case can make it not the case. No amount of praying that you are not transgendered will make you something other than what you are. No amount of love from anyone will make you fit inside a body that does not match your spirit.
    Jennifer Finney Boylan

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