Society identifies these cues as masculine and feminine, although what is considered masculine or feminine changes over time and varies by culture. Trans Coalition, 44 percent of those who identified health as one of their top priorities said that access to transgender-sensitive healthcare was their most significant need. They should be afforded the same respect for their chosen name as anyone else who uses a name other than their birth name e.
Many people have gender expressions that are not entirely conventional — that fact alone does not make them transgender. For transgender people, the sex they were assigned at birth and their own internal gender identity do not match. For example, if a person wears a dress and uses the name Susan, feminine pronouns are usually appropriate.