Transgender

Transgender people come from all walks of life, and HRC Foundation has estimated that there are more than 2 million of us across the United States. We are parents, siblings, and kids. We are your coworkers, your neighbors, and your friends.

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Health & Aging, Communities of Color, Transgender, HIV & Health Equity, Reports

Research on LGBTQ+ People and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Last Updated 8/18/22
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, HRC Foundation has been actively engaged in research to monitor and understand the impact of the pandemic on…

HIV & Health Equity, Sexual Health, Transgender, Recursos en Español, Reports

Safer Sex for Trans Bodies (Sexo Seguro Para Los Cuerpos Trans)

The HRC Foundation, in partnership with Whitman-Walker Health, released Safer Sex for Trans Bodies, a comprehensive sexual health guide for transgender and gender expansive people and their partners.

Parenting, LGBTQ+ Youth, Transgender, Health & Aging, Reports

Supporting & Caring for Transgender Children

Supporting & Caring for Transgender Children is a groundbreaking resource that explains how families and healthcare professionals are helping transgender children thrive.

Transgender, Communities of Color, HIV & Health Equity

Trans Justice Initiative

Our Mission
The transgender community is beautiful, strong and one of the most resilient in the LGBTQ+ community. HRC's Transgender Justice Initiative works with community-based advocates across the country to…

Transgender

Transgender and Non-Binary People FAQ

Transgender and non-binary people come from all walks of life. The HRC Foundation has estimated that there are more than two million of us across the United States. We are…

Transgender, LGBTQ+ Youth, Parenting

Transgender Children & Youth: Understanding the Basics

It is important to make distinctions between instances where “kids are being kids” and when they’re asserting things about themselves that are critical to their identity and development – as…