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Transgender men

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Topical headingTransgender men
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Variant(s)F to Ms (Transgender men)
F2Ms (Transgender men)
Female-to-male transgender people
FTMs (Transgender men)
Trans guys
Trans males
Trans-masculine people
Trans men
Transgender males
See alsoMen
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Transgender people
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Found inWork cat.: Bridgeman, L. There is no word for it, 2011: unnum. prelim. p. (monologues from the trans male community) p. opp. t.p. verso (trans boys, trans men and other trans masculine people) p. iii (the trans male experience) p. x (trans men) p. 4 of cover (transgender men) p. 106 (Female to male: Shorthand description of the journey of someone assigned female at birth who now expresses a masculine identity. Also often used as a noun, short for "female to male trans person") p. 107 (FTM, FtM, F2M: Abbreviations of "female to male", or "female towards male", the latter indicating that becoming unambiguously male is not the intention)
Brighton trans*formed, 2014: p. 156 (FTM: female-to-male. Trans man/a transsexual man. Someone assigned female at birth who intends to, is in transition towards, or has transitioned to a masculine gender) p. 159 (Transgender: An older umbrella term that encompasses various "trans" identities (and experience), including transvestite, transsexual, trans-masculine/feminine, neutral, dual and genderqueer terms)
Greatheart, M.S. The Fred Study : stories of life satisfaction and wellness from post-transition transgender men, 2010: p. 2 (the term "transgender (or trans) man" refers to individuals who were identified as female at birth, socialized as girls and women, and are now living as guys or men within the transmasculine gender continuum) p. 11 (trans men)
Hudson's FTM resource guide, via WWW, Sept. 17, 2018: home page (female-to-male (FTM, F2M) trans men) FTM basics: terminology (F2M: see "FTM"; FTM: Short for Female-To-Male. Usually said aloud as "F to M." The term originally was used to refer specifically to female-to-male transsexuals (and the female-to-male transition process), though in recent years it has come to be used by others who are born in female bodies and who move toward masculine or male presentation without hormones or surgery; female-to-male transsexual: A person who was born in a female body but whose gender identity is male. Also can refer to those assigned female at birth, in the case of intersex people, whose gender identity is male. Often, female-to-male transsexuals will seek hormonal and/or surgical treatment in order to live as a men in society. NOTE: The use of the term "transsexual" has fallen out of favor in recent years due to its strong links to the medicalization of trans identities. That said, there are still a percentage of trans people who prefer to identify with the term transsexual; trans man: Used to refer to those who were identified as/assigned female at birth and identify along a masculin or male spectrum) website, Sept. 17, 2018: home page (Transmen/FTM - transgender or transsexual people who were assigned female at birth based on genital appearance (or, in cases of intersexuality, were later assigned to the female gender) and who feel that this is not an accurate or complete description of themselves. They have a male gender identity and/or present themselves as men and desire to live in a male gender role) website, Sept. 17, 2018: home page (trans men; trans guys)
Sickels, A.C. What does masculinity mean to you : trans males creating identities of possibilities, 2010.
Plis, L.C. Negotiating lesbian and queer identities in Midwestern young adults, 2010: p. iii (transgender or transmale individuals) p. 13 (transmen) p. 15 (transmale identity) p. 44 (transman) p. 75 (transmale/FTM) p. 117 (transmale gender identity)