Southern Arizona Gender Alliance

Transgender Community Support & Advocacy since 1998

Fact Sheets and Reports


Via Fenway Health: Transgender Care Fact Sheet


Injustice at Every Turn: A Report of the National Transgender Discrimination Survey

The National Transgender Discrimination Survey is the first large-scale national study of discrimination against transgender and gender non-conforming Americans, and paints a more complete picture than any prior research to date.


ENDA by the Numbers

A fact sheet that highlights a few of the statistics about transgender people, the need for the Employment Non-discrimination Act (ENDA), who supports the bill, and the work that is being done to pass this legislation.


Report on the United States of America

Universal Periodic Review on Sexual Rights, 9th Round (November 2010)

This report is submitted by the National Coalition for LGBT Health,1 the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS),2 and the Sexual Rights Initiative.3 Within the broad context of sexuality and sexual rights in the United States, it deals specifically with issues affecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth and adults.

This report explores the pervasive negative social and legal norms around gender, sex, and sexuality that impact the LGBT population in the United States, where widespread and often state-sanctioned discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and/or gender identity and expression regularly prevents LGBT people from accessing health care, education, relationship recognition, and other civil rights and benefits. Of special concern in this report are the deeply-entrenched obstructions to health care access for disadvantaged groups like the LGBT population; the health disparities associated with discrimination and a lack of access to health care, particularly the disparities affecting LGBT people who also belong to other minority groups; a lack of comprehensive and LGBT-inclusive sexuality education for youth; and the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS on LGBT people, particularly gay and bisexual men and transgender women of color. The report also briefly considers the lack of LGBT cultural competency in the social safety net, prison, and immigration systems, as well as the police persecution of transgender people and out-of-home LGBT youth who engage in transactional sex in order to survive. Each section of the report concludes with specific recommendations for the U.S. government.


Transgender Issues Fact Sheet

Stats, discrimination and violence report in San Francisco, States with trans-specific jurisdiction.


2020 Transgender Health Fact Sheet

Info on health (HIV, access to health services, substance use and abuse) as well as insurance or lack thereof.

“This fact sheet reviews epidemiological data reported in behavioral risk studies and needs assessment surveys obtained from convenience samples of 50 to 517 transgender participants conducted in the U.S. and published from 1993 to 2010. The findings are grouped by Healthy People 2020 topic area.”

(27-74% transmasculine, 14-41% transfeminine people undergoing medical transitions without supervision.)

“In 2010, a small number of major health insurance carriers finally recognized treatment related to sex reassignment as medically necessary, and have begun to develop medical coverage positions.”


Insurance and Gender Identity Fact Sheet (Jan. 2013)

Department of Consumer and Business Services

Salem, Oregon

The Oregon Equality Act of 2007

“Health insurance plans cannot discriminate against people on the basis that the treatment is for gender identity issues. Health insurers must cover medically necessary treatments related to gender identity disorder if those same treatments are covered for other conditions.”


Transgender Issues and the Criminal Justice System

Women in Prisons Project

Correctional Association of New York

Breakdowns of discrimination against trans folks in society and in prisons.


All of the Above: LGBT People of Color




Resource page for people that identify as neutrois: agender, neutral-gender, genderqueer. Site has a community section with blogs by neutrois individuals, and resources such as media, local, forums, non-binary websites,


Hormones: A Guide for FTMs / Transmasculine identified people

Great guide to testosterone: dosages, types, permanent effects, non-permanent effects, a timetable of changes by month, health care info, etc.