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A term referring to when one's gender and sex are not always or ever equivalent. Often used as a referrant to the person themself.

This is a broad term that includes transexual (pre/non or post-op), non-gender, bi (tri & multi) gender, androgynes, etc.

The state of being transgendered may or may not have any bearing on sexual preferences.
Jen was born a female, but as a person is a man.

Bob was born a male, but as a person is a woman.

Karen was born a female, but as a person has no gender.

John was born a male, but as a person switches gender.

and so on..
作者 Rumpus 2004年3月08日
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A person (either male or female), who desires to become the person that they most identify with, psychologically & spiritually.
Transgendered individuals are not necessarily homosexual & we are definitely NOT child molesters.
If those ignorant morons, who spread these disgusting rumors about us got to know us, they would think quite differently.
There is a major difference between sex & gender:
1. Sex is between the legs.
2. Gender is between the ears.
Transgendered people are beautiful people.
Be proud of who you are.

作者 Princess Michiru Kaiou 2009年2月26日
a person who feels that the body into which they were born doesn't represent their true gender. this person may simply dress as their opposite gender and live their life as the opposite gender that way; or this person might get an operation to change their sex organs.
felicia wasn't born a woman but she lives as one. she's a transgender. (tranny)
作者 bj 2003年10月12日
Someone like myself who feels I was born into the wrong body. My mind is like a woman. My body is like a man. Soon I will be getting my surgery done so I can be who I was meant to be. I am a transgender.
I feel like a woman. I'm a transgender.
作者 SALVATORE VITALE IIIII 2008年4月16日
an adjective for someone whose gender does not correspond, or does not fully correspond, to their assigned sex.
Laverne Cox is transgender.
作者 djentlequeer 2015年3月02日
Anyone whose physical makeup, emotional, sexual and/or self-expression is in conflict with current cultural gender stereotypes.
1. A transgender transcends cultural gender norms.
2. A European woman who wore pants in 1910 was a transgender because she violated current cultural gender stereotypes of the day.
作者 Cristan Williams 2006年5月05日
A transgender is either a male with the body of a female (FtM), or, a female with the body of a male MtF). This means their gender is not determined by their genatalia. (Even though it's common to think that is the case, it never is.) A transgender has NOT undergone a gender change operation. Transgenders who do undergo a gender change operation will then become transsexuals. A transperson should always be referred to by their correct pronouns. In other words, do not call them by their biological gender, but rather what they identify as. A FtM should be called he/him/his, and a MtF should be called she/her/hers. Some transpeople have gender dysphoria. This means that they are extremely uncomfortable in their own skin. Some transpeople, on the other hand, are NOT gender dysphoric. This does not mean they are not transgender. Also, transpeople come to terms with their gender at different rates and in different ways. It doesn't make any difference whether a transperson decided they are transgendered at 4 years old or 60. Some may think they are just gay, or go as genderfluid / androgynous because they don't want to face the problems that come with being transgendered. Transgenders can be gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, or any other sexuality. Their sexuality is completely seperate from their gender.
Wyatt: I'm a MtF transgender.
Gage: Wow, really? My brother is FtM. We should all get together sometime.
作者 Sven Hideki 2015年2月15日

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