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2022 U.S. Transgender Survey Early Insights Report Coming Out

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If you remember taking the 2022 US Transgender Survey, you have probably been wondering when the results were coming out. Well, wait no more, the early release of the results is right around the corner.

"On 2/7, this report – which contains the very first data that’s being released from the survey – will go live. These initial findings will provide an overview of the experiences of both binary and nonbinary transgender people, but it does not include everything.

Later this year, we’ll release the full report of the 2022 U.S. Transgender Survey, which will present comprehensive findings of the survey and paint a more complete picture of the diversity, resilience, and strength of the transgender community."

As more info is made available, you all will be the first to know. Hugs

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Well, the Early Insights release was made early today.

"Nearly all respondents (94%) who lived at least some of the time in a different gender than the one they were assigned at birth (“gender transition”) reported that they were either “a lot more satisfied” (79%) or “a little more satisfied” (15%) with their life. Three percent (3%) reported that transitioning gender made them “neither more nor less satisfied” with their life, 1% were “a little less satisfied”, and 2% were “a lot less satisfied” with their life."

"Nearly all respondents (98%) who were currently receiving hormone treatment reported that receiving hormones for their gender identity/transition made them either “a lot more satisfied” (84%) or “a little more satisfied” (14%) with their life. One percent (1%) reported that hormones made them “neither more nor less satisfied” with their life, and less than 1% said that they were “a little less satisfied” or “a lot less satisfied” with their lives after receiving hormones."

Read more at: https://ustranssurvey.org/?emci=d1a6aa30-7cc5-ee11-b660-002248223848&emdi=9db1b209-c7c5-ee11-b660-002248223848&ceid=109466

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Here's a news article Joanna sent me to go along with this.... "A survey of more than 90,000 transgender people in the U.S. — the largest nationwide survey of the community ever — found that trans people continue to experience workplace and medical discrimination. However, the overwhelming majority of them still report more life satisfaction after having transitioned. "..... https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/other/survey-of-over-90-000-trans-people-shows-vast-improvement-in-life-satisfaction-after-transition/ar-BB1hTIqO?ocid=socialshare&pc=ASTS&cvid=4e2068f1167b408bb8e4f4478614919c&ei=61#

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I look forward to this report 

Alexis Looking At You  

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Thank you for posting this Michelle!

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