Transsexuals are people who experience a gender identity that is inconsistent with their assigned sex and desire to permanently transition to the sex or gender with which they identify, usually seeking medical assistance including sex reassignment therapies , such as hormone replacement therapy and sex reassignment surgery to help them align their body with their identified sex or gender. The term transsexual is a subset of transgender ,    but some transsexual people reject the label of transgender. Norman Haire reported that in  Dora R of Germany began a surgical transition, under the care of Magnus Hirschfeld , which ended in with a successful genital reassignment surgery. In , Hirschfeld supervised the second genital reassignment surgery to be reported in detail in a peer-reviewed journal, that of Lili Elbe of Denmark. In , Hirschfeld introduced the German term "Transsexualismus",  after which David Oliver Cauldwell introduced "transsexualism" and "transsexual" to English in and Cauldwell appears to be the first to use the term to refer to those who desired a change of physiological sex. True transsexuals feel that they belong to the other sex, they want to be and function as members of the opposite sex, not only to appear as such.
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One of my 6th-grade students approached me last spring during the independent reading segment of my English language arts class in our Brooklyn public school. He carried Gender Blender, a young adult novel about a high school girl who swaps bodies for a short period of time with a high school boy. When the student reached my desk, he scratched his head in confusion and held the book out for me to see.
Stacie McLean 16 , who was previously known as Calum, has been cross-dressing in her own time since she was just years-old. However, she shocked teachers at Calderside Academy when she turned up two weeks ago as Stacie, wearing a female uniform, a wig and full make-up. However, following discussions with her head of year, the fourth-year pupil was allowed to present herself to classmates as Stacie on Wednesday last week. A number of parents of other pupils have contacted the Advertiser saying their children are uncomfortable studying alongside a transsexual pupil. Stacie intends to complete another two years at school after this one, and hopes to have her gender completely reassigned by the time she leaves for college. She is currently waiting on a letter from the Sandyford gender clinic in Glasgow and will start taking female hormones next year. She understands why some parents are concerned about other children at the school, some as young as 11, being confused about her transsexual status. I named him Calum. It will be hard to accept him as a girl but I will get used to it.
The learning atmosphere of a school is dependent on a broad environment of social interaction within a diverse community of human potential, individual growth, and deep commitment to engaged citizenry. Increasingly our pluralistic society recognizes that quality education requires more than mere tolerance. We must see this as a critical opportunity for self and social improvement. This deep engagement ought to include a sustained conversation in our schools on issues related to human sexuality, gender equality, and non-discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. The stark reality is that there is still much work for us to do if we are to move beyond shallow notions of tolerance and envision the day in which we will build truly genuine school cultures based on respect and dignity that not only support, but also affirm and celebrate the full range of human potential and diversity. This CTF publication is the fifth in an educational series designed for teachers, administrators, and counsellors who are seeking information and guidance on these complex and increasingly important social issues. This current guidebook is intended to increase professional knowledge, understanding, and sensitivity around transgender and transsexual students who research indicates are amongst the most at-risk groups of students for bullying, discrimination, and violence in our schools today. The authors write with great skill and compassion as they recognize the important and life-changing role that inclusive educational environments can play in building the personal resilience of transgender and transsexual students and their families. This guidebook is a ground-breaking, leading-edge, and timely resource for all who understand education as a critical means for raising the quality of life and potential for all students who walk through our school house doors.