Unformatted text preview: gender there are many opportunities for these people to be discriminated against. If you are the one male in an entire school of females, even if you were female at one point, the fact that you are now essentially male may be a point of contention among the students. However these negatives can and do occur at co-ed schools as well. In general it is very hard for someone who is going through such a process or who has gone through a process to feel “normal” at any institution where everyone is different. That is why I think the question that we should be asking is where is the largest contingent of transmale students? Wherever that place is, be it the co-ed universities or the women’s colleges, the transmale student will feel safer and will probably be happier. I am not promoting the idea that those of their own kind should stick together, I just think that in general people are happier when they are around people who are most like them in terms of their interests and beliefs....
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- Fall '07
- transmale students, transmale