Transgender men on the rise, transgender women are a ‘minority’

Transgender men and women have surpassed transgender women as the largest group of people in the United States, a new study says.

But they’re also a minority, and many are still stigmatized, according to the study published Monday in the Journal of Research in Personality.

Transgender people are the second-largest group of Americans in terms of gender and race.

But the study found that more than one-third of transgender men are in poverty, while nearly half of transgender women live in poverty.

The study, led by researchers from the University of California, Irvine, found that transgender men have a disproportionate number of medical problems and medical conditions, such as diabetes and hypertension.

And, unlike transgender women, transgender men don’t experience discrimination in housing and employment.

The study also found that while transgender men and transgender women have access to health care, they are less likely to receive health care services that they need.

The findings come after a growing number of transgender people, including transgender women and men, have begun using the bathrooms and locker rooms of their gender identity to be recognized as male.

The practice is gaining momentum in the past year as more states have passed laws that allow transgender people to use the facilities that match their gender.

The new study, which used data from the U.S. Census Bureau, found transgender men account for 13 percent of all Americans.

Transgender women, who make up a smaller share of the population, accounted for about 2 percent of the U,S.

population.

That’s compared to about 10 percent for non-transgender people.

The researchers found that nearly four in 10 transgender men live in urban areas, compared to only 4 percent of transgender female residents.

More than half of the transgender men (53 percent) lived in a metropolitan area compared to 26 percent of women.

The most commonly reported medical conditions for transgender men were depression, anxiety, PTSD, and a mental health disorder, while mental health issues were the most common among transgender women.

The authors said the research found that, on average, transgender male participants experienced one medical condition a year, while transgender female participants experienced more than a third of their conditions.

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