What is the definition of ‘transgender’?
In the United States, it’s a group of people born with biological sex at birth that identify as male or female.
The term has been used in popular culture and in the media to describe people who have transitioned or who identify as transgender.
Some people who identify with the term also refer to themselves as gender nonconforming, though this is an umbrella term.
The Oxford Dictionary defines the term transvestite as someone who “has the physical appearance of a woman but is not a woman.”
Other definitions include transvestites who wear women’s clothing and who identify only as “manly men.”
In terms of culture, the term refers to the sexual preference for people who don’t conform to gender norms or societal norms.
There is a history of people who came to terms with their sexual identity and who transitioned, including former boxer Michael Moore, who transitioned to male in 2016.
The film The Night Manager, a 2016 Oscar-winning documentary about Moore, was shot in Los Angeles.
When asked about the film, Moore, a transgender man, said that he felt like a man at first but he couldn’t bring himself to say it publicly because he didn’t want to be a man.
“I think that’s why I was never able to fully come out publicly,” Moore said.
“Because I didn’t know how to be real.
I didn, for lack of a better word, live in a bubble.”
The film was not made available on Netflix, and the film is available for viewing on YouTube.
Moore’s transition was not well received by fans.
“Michael Moore has been vilified as a transvestitist, a man-haters and a sex trafficker for years, yet it’s easy to forget that he was born a man,” the Los Angeles Times wrote in an editorial on June 26, 2016.
“The film is just the latest in a long line of films that depict transvestitism as a legitimate part of the transgender community and to those who embrace it, an important part of their identity.”
Transgender advocates have also decried films that portray transvestitic people as sex workers and sex-traffickers.
“A lot of us are terrified,” said Andrea Grimes, a Los Angeles-based transgender woman.
“This is not an everyday thing for us.
We’re constantly in danger.
We have to be careful.”
For many trans people, the question of what it means to be trans was the focus of the documentary, which was filmed at a high school in Arizona.
The students, many of whom were students of Moore, said the film brought up issues of safety and discrimination.
“There was a lot of pressure on us to do something,” said one student, who requested to be identified only as Laura.
“We were told we couldn’t wear women clothes, but we could wear whatever we wanted, and that’s how we looked.
We felt like we were doing something good for the world.”
The student, whose name has been withheld, said she felt like she was acting out of solidarity.
“They were telling us that we should be ashamed of ourselves,” she said.
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Grimes described the experience of being an adolescent, describing a group that included a group who called themselves the “transvestites.”
“I was a virgin at 17, and I was told I could never be a woman, that I was just a woman,” Grimes said.
The documentary was released on June 27, 2016, and featured interviews with students, teachers and former students of the school.
In the interview, Grimes said she found herself unsure whether or not to call herself transgender.
“It’s difficult to put that label on myself because it’s such a weird thing to be so scared of and for so many people to have this label put on you,” she told BuzzFeed News.
Grimes said that her father was worried about her when she told him she was transitioning.
“He was worried, and then he realized that my mom’s gender was different than mine,” Grimes told BuzzFeed.
“She was also really supportive, but she was very strict about it.
She told me to never tell anybody about it because she didn’t like to be called that.”
Grimes said her parents tried to convince her to wear clothes that she liked, including clothes that they bought at Target.
But when Grimes was about to tell her parents about her transition, she said she was “caught between the world that I thought I was living and the world I thought my family was living.”
“My parents, like most parents, were afraid of me.
They were scared of the repercussions that might happen to me, especially if I was found out,” Grimes explained.
“So I decided to hide it.
I had no choice.
I hid it.
But I also had to hide who I really was.
I thought, if I tell people, if people find out, I’m going to lose my