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1 J.M. Grant, L.A. Mottet, J. Tanis, J. Harrison, J.L. Herman, and M. Keisling, 2011, Injustice at Every Turn: A Report of the National Transgender Discrimination Survey, Washington, DC: National Center for Transgender Equality and National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, accessed February 4, 2011.

2 Ibid.

3 J.H. Herbst, E.D. Jacobs, T.J. Finlayson, V.S. McKleroy, M.S. Neumann, and N. Crepaz, 2007, "Estimating HIV Prevalence and Risk Behaviors of Transgender Persons in the United States: A Systematic Review," AIDS Behavior 12(1):1–17.

4 S. Minter and C. Daley, 2003, Trans Realities: A Legal Needs Assessment of San Francisco's Transgender Communities, San Francisco, CA: National Center for Lesbian Rights and Transgender Law Center.

5 FORGE, 2005, Sexual Violence in the Transgender Community Survey, unpublished data; G. Kenagy, 2005, "The Health and Social Service Needs of Transgender People in Philadelphia," International Journal of Transgenderism 8(2/3):49–56; G. Kenagy and W. Bostwick, 2005, "Health and Social Service Needs of Transgender People in Chicago," International Journal of Transgenderism 8(2/3):57–66.

6 G. Gates, 2011, How Many People Are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender?, Los Angeles, CA: Williams Institute, accessed March 20, 2013; L. Conway, 2002, "How Frequently Does Transsexualism Occur?" accessed March 20, 2013.