Unprecedented research study says transgender and non-binary people in Brazil are 2%

The results show that people identified as transgender represented 0.69% and non-binary people, 1.19%. The term transgender describes "people who identify with a gender incongruous or different from the one they were assigned at birth," as explained by the São Paulo State University Unesp.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Unprecedented research in Latin America showed that 2% of the Brazilian population is transgender or non-binary. The study was developed by the Botucatu Medical School of the São Paulo State University (Unesp).

Six thousand people were interviewed in 129 cities in all regions of . . .

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