As you may have noticed, this website has undergone a redesign. Importantly, the redesign is not simply aesthetic, but is driven by the new content focus: research. Primarily the website now focuses on documenting my own research on gender identity in Australia (specifically in relation to the lives of transgender people). Additionally, the site also highlights:
- new Australian research exploring the lives of transgender people
- links to current Australian surveys on gender identity, transgender people, and gender diversity
- past Australian research on transgender people
- past international research on transgender people, focusing primarily on health/care and parenting
Given there are already so many fantastic Australian websites providing community and support information in regards to gender identity and transgender people specifically, it seemed important to shift the focus of this site so that it can better address a gap, namely to serve as a research portal in Australia.
Feedback always welcome, and I very much appreciate any suggestions for publications to add to the lists of past research, or news of the latest publications or surveys to promote
New article by Stephen Kerry that analyses 6 research projects and 6 conferences/forums in which the experiences of sistergirls and brotherboys were included.
Researchers from the University of New England have published a book reporting on findings from the 2013 E-Male study, focusing on the lives of Australian trans men.
Researchers from Curtin University have today released their report from the largest Australian study to date focusing on the mental health of transgender people. The full report is available here.
A new study reporting on the experiences of 127 people who attended the Monash Gender Clinic over a one month period. Notably, 88% of the people who completed the survey reported satisfaction with the services they received.
A conference paper presented by Belinda Chaplin at the 23rd Biennial Symposium World Professional Association for Transgender Health on the topic of trans* people in correctional services in Queensland.
This paper reports on an online survey of 157 transgender Australians in terms of previous interactions with the police and how these shaped perceptions of future treatment quality. The paper can be accessed here.
Researchers at La Trobe University and Flinders University have released findings from a survey of 160 trans and gender diverse Australians focusing on experiences of relationships with families of origin and romantic partners. The paper can be downloaded here.