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The International Journal of Transgenderism is committed to the advancement of knowledge in the areas of transgender identity and sexuality; the health of transsexual, transgender, and gender nonconforming people, their families and communities; the medical and psychological treatment of gender dysphoria; social acceptance and legal recognition of changes in gender role; transgender rights; and the professional and public education on gender diversity and the phenomenon of transgenderism. The Journal publishes peer-reviewed original research (qualitative as well as quantitative), theoretical analysis, clinical reports, commentaries, policy statements, and reviews from various disciplines, including but not limited to public health, medicine, psychology, social work, anthropology, sociology, law, gender, and sexuality studies. The International Journal of Transgenderism, together with its partner organization the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), provides an intellectual forum that stimulates new ways of thinking and understanding various aspects of sex, gender identity, and gender expression for academics, practitioners, policy makers, and the general population.
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