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Groups that campaign for the rights of transgender, transvestite, transsexual, third gender and other gender variant peoples have been in existence since the mid-20th century, and have multiplied greatly in number since the 1990s. They may use a civil rights or minority rights political discourse, or may instead aim to challenge the very institution of gender. Their goals are varied, but include legal change, such as recognition in one's chosen sex on official documents; challenging discrimination in institutions such as prisons, housing, employment, health and education; and combating violence against transgender people.

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International

Europe

Africa

Asia

Latin America

  • Argentina
    • Association of Argentinian Travestis, Transsexuals and Transgenders (ATTTA)
    • Association for the Struggle for Travesti and Transsexual Identity (ALITT)
    • Organisation of Travestis and Transsexuals of the Republic of Argentina (OTTRA)
    • RedTrans MaV
    • United Association of Travestis, Cordoba (ATUC)
  • Chile
  • Mexico
    • Comunidad Transgénero, Guadalajara
  • Peru
    • Red Carnations
  • Venezuela
    • Respecting Personhood

North America

  • Mexico
    • Disforia de Género

Oceania

  • Australia
    • Australian WOMAN Network
    • Sex and Gender Education Australia (SAGE)
    • FTM Australia
    • TransGender Victoria
    • TransWest — Transgender Association of Western Australia (Formerly GDFWA)

Historical

United States
  • The American Society for Equality in Dress (published two editions of a journal in 1952, led by Virginia Prince)
  • Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (STAR, founded in 1970)
  • Queens Liberation Front (New York, founded 1970)
  • Transsexual/Transvestite Action Organization (TAO, founded 1970)

See also


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