"Observed each year on March 31, International Transgender Day of Visibility is a day to celebrate the courage it takes to live openly and authentically, while also recognizing the leadership of transgender and gender nonconforming trailblazers who have led the charge in the fight for equality." http://www.hrc.org/blog/entry/today-is-international-transgender-day-of-visibility
Excellent chart. I have made the mistake of using "biological male/female" in a report. As a clinician I am constantly learning and correcting myself. Sometimes clients themselves will use outdated or negative phrases when referring to gender identity and expression, so following their lead or adopting their language may not always be the most clinically appropriate approach.
Exactly! I don't like Caitlyn because of her politics and exploitation of transgender issues, but she is Caitlyn, a woman because she has chosen to be one. Stop imposing your bullshit, narrow-minded views on other people.