1. Transgender Day Of Remembrance: Remembering Those Lost To Bigotry →

    Sobering statistics from the 2011 Hate Violence Report [PDF]

    Anti-LGBT murders increased 11% from 2010 to 2011—from 27 to 30 murders. 40% of those murdered were transgender women. Individuals who are transgender people of color were 28% likelier to experience violence than those who aren’t. 

  2. This Transgender Awareness Week infographic explains some of the health disparities affecting the transgender community. Learn more here.
Our thanks to the National Center for Transgender Equality, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Center for American Progress, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition whose work contributed to the creation of this graphic. 
Download/share a high-res PDF of this infographic here.

    This Transgender Awareness Week infographic explains some of the health disparities affecting the transgender community. Learn more here.

    Our thanks to the National Center for Transgender Equality, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Center for American Progress, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition whose work contributed to the creation of this graphic. 

    Download/share a high-res PDF of this infographic here.

    (Source: fenwayhealth.org)

  3. Did you know 50% of transgender people surveyed reported having to teach their medical providers about transgender care?
Next week is Transgender Awareness Week, a series of statewide events and educational opportunities to inform people about the trans community and raise awareness of issues facing trans and gender noncomforming people in Massachusetts.
Fenway Health and The Borum will be participating by hosting events and by sharing information about the health disparities faced by trans people. 
Download/share a high-res PDF of this poster here.

    Did you know 50% of transgender people surveyed reported having to teach their medical providers about transgender care?

    Next week is Transgender Awareness Week, a series of statewide events and educational opportunities to inform people about the trans community and raise awareness of issues facing trans and gender noncomforming people in Massachusetts.

    Fenway Health and The Borum will be participating by hosting events and by sharing information about the health disparities faced by trans people. 

    Download/share a high-res PDF of this poster here.