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TRANS Pulse Research Project Findings #2: Suicide

Recently, the news has been filled with reports of anti-gay bullying and high suicide rates among lesbian, gay and bisexual youth. Unfortunately, there has been little discussion about the situation for trans people regarding suicide.

Trans PULSE has taken a unique snapshot of trans people across Ontario, Canada – people with a range of identities, relationships with their bodies, and personal beliefs about the necessity of physical transition. The information on suicide we present here was collected using a unique research method that allowed us to take the most statistically accurate picture of trans people possible in Ontario. We caution that this information is alarming. This situation demands immediate action on the part of our community, policy-makers, service providers and educators. It also underscores the need for parents and families come together to support trans people in Ontario.

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