As a multi-racial organization of trans and non-binary sociologists and our allies, we are deeply concerned with the increased violence targeting Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities across the country. As sociologists, we know that the recent violence in Atlanta is not a singular event, but rather is the product of
Sociologists for Trans Justice (S4TJ) was founded in 2016 by Dr. Eric Anthony Grollman and Dr. Laurel Westbrook as an independent initiative to advance transgender justice in and through sociology.
The Writing Subcommittee of the ADVANCING TRANS, NON-BINARY, AND INTERSEX SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE for Sociologists for Trans Justice (a mouthful – I know!), is hosting a series of writing related panels
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Below you’ll find S4TJ’s statement on sex and gender within survey methodology. You can also access the document by clicking here.
As a multi-racial organization of trans and non-binary sociologists and our allies, we are in full solidarity with the Black Lives Matter actions across the country. As sociologists we know
Sociologists for Trans Justice is aware that some have raised questions about the recent article by Spencer Garrison in Gender & Society. As sociologists who specialize in studying trans, non-binary
Sociologists for Trans Justice Denounces Trump Administration’s Proposed Redefinition of Sex and Gender
A memo leaked to the New York Times from the Trump Administration proposes defining “sex” under Title IX as “a person’s status as male or female based on immutable biological