Explore: Transgender

HRC works to educate the public on issues that transgender people face and to advocate for full inclusion and equality.

  • Trans Visibility Matters

    A new survey commissioned by HRC shows a significant uptick in the number of Americans who know someone who is transgender, and a corresponding increase in favorable feelings toward transgender people.
  • Transgender Children & Youth

    HRC is committed to providing the kinds of resources children, families and other youth-serving professionals need to support one another in their journeys.
  • Understanding the Trans Community

    Transgender people come from all walks of life. We are dads and moms, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters. We are your coworkers, and your neighbors. While visibility is increasing we still face discrimination, stigma and inequality.
  • Anti-Transgender Violence

    Read our issue brief detailing the violence facing transgender people and solutions that can be pursued to address the national crisis.
  • Transgender People & HIV

    This research brief highlights what we know about HIV and transgender people in the United States.
  • Reporting On Trans People?

    This guide is intended to serve as a primer, a starting point for reporters committed to telling the stories of transgender people accurately and humanely.
  • Transgender FAQ

    Do all trans people transition the same way? What does cisgender mean? Can someone be fired for being transgender?
  • Transgender Inclusion

    Learn what HRC is doing to bring transgender issues and rights to the forefront in our workplaces, schools, hospitals and places of worship.
  • More Resources

    Download resources and learn more about HRC's ongoing work to advance transgender equality and inclusion across the country.


Explore Transgender Resources

Latest Videos

Explore All Transgender Videos
  • HRCF’s Welcoming Schools Helps to Educate About Transgender Kids

    May 5, 2016
  • Voices of North Carolina: Tina White

    May 2, 2016
  • Doctors Speak Out for Trans Youth

    April 7, 2016