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Transgender Issues and Resources: Home


Welcome to the Transgender Issues  and Resources Research Guide. This guide showcases resources on transgender and LGBTQAI+ issues at Rutgers U. Libraries and beyond. All Rutgers resources are available on-campus for all users. Off campus use of licensed electronic resources are limited to the Rutgers community. Please contact Kayo Denda, Librarian for Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Librarian, ( for questions and comments.

Transgender Symbol


PROUD Gender Center of NJ brochure

Subject Headings

The subject headings below are helpful to find resources on transgender issues. If you click on each,  you will generate a list of books on the subject.

Gender identity

Transgender people





Transgender Women

Transgender Men

Social Work with Transgender People

Gender Nonconformity

Transgender Youth

About this LibGuide

Edited in Spring '20 by:
Whitney Kehl
Graduate Assistant


Created and maintained by:
Kayo Denda
Librarian for Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Educational Videos on Transforming Health Professional Education and Service Delivery for Gender No-conforming Communties

With the RBHS  - IDEA Innovation grant (2020-2021), Dr. Jeremy Sinkin, Assistant Professor of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, RWJMS, created a video to raise awareness and educate the RBHS community on issues related to diverse gender non-conforming community for compassionate health care practice. Watch the video Masculinizing gender affirming chest contouring surgery.

Transgender News

From the National Center for Transgender Equality's Blog:

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From The Advocate:

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