Trans Facts


//As of 2014, we have retired the “Trans Facts” graphics series. However, you are still welcome to use these graphics.//

Trans Facts! We hope these graphics will bring more awareness and knowledge of the trans community to the public. We also hope to educate the community itself, one fact at a time. We encourage you to share and print these facts! Below are the released facts and corresponding references.

You are free to use these images in any manner (even commercially) as long as they include the credit and are not altered. You may also want to check out our Infographics and Teacher Tips pages!

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Note: To read about LGBTQ youth rights (by the New York Civil Liberties Union), click here!
For legal information on this topic (by the Southern Poverty Law Center), click here!
SPLC states: “It is against the law for a school to disclose your sexual orientation or gender identity to your parents or anyone else without your permission, absent a compelling reason. The constitutional right to privacy protects your right to control how personal information about you is released. Whalen v. Roe, 429 U.S. 589, 599-600 (1977); Bloch v. Ribar, 156 F.3d 673, 685 (6th Cir. 1998). Even if you are open about your sexual orientation or gender identity at school, you still have the right to control who knows about your LGBT status. C.N. v. Wolf, 410 F. Supp. 2d 894, 903 (C.D. Cal. 2005).”

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Also note that you do not need anyone to affirm your pronouns for you. Unfortunately, literary figures and authority are the only factors some people will listen to.

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Note: Click here for the ACLU’s Don’t Filter Me campaign.

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