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This list consists of many notable people who identify as transgender. The individual listings note the subject's nationality and main occupation.

In many non-Western and ancient or medieval societies, transgender people are seen as a different gender in itself, and there is a separate category for them, one that is different from the binary 'men' and 'women'. They are often described collectively as 'third genders.' These societies traditionally have separate social spaces for third gender people, which are separate from both men's social spaces and women's social spaces.

Some of the persons listed here crossdressed during wartime for various purposes.

It should also be noted that transgender people are by definition not "transvestites" or "drag performers" because the latter do not live or identify their gender as being different to the gender assigned at birth consistently in their daily lives.

A[edit]

  • Marja-Sisko Aalto (b. 1954), Finnish Evangelic-Lutheran priest[1]
  • Alexander James Adams (b. 1962), American musician, singer and songwriter[2]
  • Calpernia Addams (b. 1971), American actress, author, and entrepreneur[3]
  • Aderet (b. 1976), Israeli pop singer[4]
  • Tamara Adrián (b. 1954), Venezuelan politician[5][6]
  • Leelah Alcorn (1997–2014), 17-year-old American artist and suicide victim[7]
  • Harry Allen (1882–1922), American pioneer period Pacific Northwest transgender man known for flouting social norms[8]
  • Rebecca Allison (b. 1946), American cardiologist, president-elect of Gay and Lesbian Medical Association[9]
  • Nadia Almada (b. 1977), Portuguese winner of Big Brother UK series 5[10]
  • Kye Allums (b. 1989), American basketball player[11]
  • Barbra Amesbury (b. 1948), Canadian singer-songwriter[12]
  • Charlie Jane Anders, American author[13]
  • Adèle Anderson (b. 1952), British actor and member of the group Fascinating Aida[14]
  • Lucy Hicks Anderson (1886–1954), one of the earliest documented cases of an African-American transgender person[15]
  • Luke Anderson, South African-born winner of Big Brother UK series 13[16]
  • Nahshon Dion Anderson (b. 1978), American writer[17]
  • Jacob Anderson-Minshall (b. 1967), American transgender author[18]
  • Erica Andrews (1969–2013), aka Erica Salazar, Mexican-born American international and national beauty pageant title winner, drag performer, actor and entrepreneur[19]
  • Buck Angel (b. 1972), American trans man, adult performer and producer, activist, educator, and motivational speaker[20]
  • Anohni (b. 1971), British-born lead singer of Antony and the Johnsons[21]
  • Carla Antonelli (b. 1960), Spanish actress, activist, and legislator[22]
  • Nikki Araguz (b. 1975), American marriage equality activist and public speaker[23]
  • Victoria Arellano (1984–2007), Mexican immigrant to the US who died in an immigration detention facility[24]
  • Valerie Arkell-Smith (1895–1960), British writer and entertainer[25]
  • Alexis Arquette (1969–2016), American actress and musician[26]
  • Nina Arsenault (b. 1974), Canadian writer[27]
  • April Ashley (b. 1935), English model[28]
  • Estelle Asmodelle (b. 1964), Australian actress, author, and dancer[29]

B[edit]

  • Mianne Bagger (b. 1966), Danish golfer[30]
  • Jenny Bailey (b. 1962), English politician, former Mayor of Cambridge[31]
  • Grace Banu, Dalit and trans activist, first transgender engineer in Tamil Nadu[32]
  • Ben Barres (1954–2017), American neurobiologist[33]
  • James Barry (1789/99–1865), British military surgeon and Inspector General in charge of military hospitals[34]
  • Thomas Beatie (b. 1974), became known as the "Pregnant Man"[35]
  • Esben Esther Pirelli Benestad (b. 1949), Norwegian physician, family therapist, sexologist[36][37]
  • Munroe Bergdorf (b.1987), British model and activist [38]
  • S. Bear Bergman (b. 1974), Jewish American writer and performance artist[39]
  • Danielle Bunten Berry (1949–1998), American software developer[40]
  • Michelle Suárez Bértora (b. 1983), First openly transgender female lawyer and Substitute Senator (2014-2017) in Uruguay[41]
  • Georgina Beyer (b. 1957), New Zealand politician[42]
  • Alexandra Billings (b. 1962), American actress, singer, and educator[43]
  • Maddie Blaustein (1960–2008), American voice actress[44]
  • Leyna Bloom (b. 1990), American fashion model, dancer, and activist[45]
  • Alejandra Bogue (b. 1965), Mexican film, television and stage actress[46]
  • Justin Vivian Bond (b. 1963), American singer-songwriter, performance artist[47]
  • Chaz Bono (b. 1969), American singer and activist[48]
  • Kate Bornstein (b. 1948), American author, performance artist, and gender theorist[49]
  • Jennifer Finney Boylan (b. 1958), American author and activist, previously an award-winning professor of English at Colby College
  • M. C. Brennan (b. 1969), American author, filmmaker and performer[50]
  • Namoli Brennet, American folk singer[51]
  • Aleshia Brevard (1937–2017), American film, TV, and theatre actress, model, author, and professor - did not self-identify as trans[52]
  • Zac Brewer (b. 1973),[53] American transgender author[54]
  • Poppy Z. Brite (b. 1967), American gothic horror author[55]
  • Willmer "Little Ax" Broadnax (1916–1994), American Gospel tenor[56]
  • Blake Brockington (1996–2015), 18-year-old American activist, student, and suicide victim[57]
  • Sarah Brown, British politician and activist[58]
  • Harrison Browne (b. 1993), hockey player for Buffalo Beauts[59]
  • Sara Davis Buechner (b. 1964), American musician[60]
  • Cidny Bullens (b. 1955), American musician[61]
  • Balian Buschbaum (b. 1980), German pole vaulter and two-time European Championship bronze medalist[62]
  • Alec Butler (b. 1959), Canadian writer[63]
  • Mya Byrne (b. 1978), American folk/rock musician[64]

C[edit]

  • Mauro Cabral, Argentinian intersex and trans advocate, academic, and co-director of GATE[65]
  • Meryn Cadell, Canadian writer, performance artist, and assistant professor of song lyrics and libretto writing[66]
  • Patrick Califia (b. 1954), American writer[67]
  • Loren Cameron (b. 1959), American photographer/visual artist[68]
  • Mina Caputo (b. 1973), American singer for Life of Agony[69]
  • Micha Cárdenas (b. 1977), American artist/theorist and lecturer of Visual Arts and Critical Gender Studies at UCSD[70]
  • Wendy Carlos (b. 1939), American composer and electronic musician[71]
  • Carmen Carrera (b. 1985), American reality television personality, drag performer, actress and model[72]
  • Lynda Cash, British Royal Navy officer[73]
  • Albert Cashier (1843–1915), Irish-born Union Army soldier[74]
  • Ryan Cassata (b. 1993), American musician, public speaker, writer, filmmaker, and actor[75]
  • Candis Cayne (b. 1971), American actress and performance artist[76]
  • Chen Lili (b. 1980), Chinese transgender woman[77]
  • Aimee Challenor (b. 1997) British politician and transgender activist.[78]
  • Meghan Chavalier (b. 1969) Transgender Actress, Author, Singer, LGBTQ Activist
  • Choi Han-bit (b. 1987), South Korean model, actress, and singer[79]
  • Sister Mary Elizabeth Clark (b. 1938), served in both the US Navy and Army, trans and AIDS activist, and nun [80]
  • Angela Clayton MBE (1959–2014), British physicist and activist[81]
  • Jamie Clayton (b. 1978), American model and actress[82]
  • Roberta Close (b. 1964), Brazilian model[83]
  • Coccinelle (1931–2006), French singer and entertainer[84]
  • Raewyn Connell (b. 1944), Australian sociologist and academic[85]
  • Joanne Conte (1933–2013), American politician, the first openly transgender person to be elected to a city council in the U.S, radio show host, and investigative reporter[86]
  • Lynn Conway (b. 1938), American computer scientist and electrical engineer[87]
  • T Cooper, American novelist, nonfiction writer, television writer, and journalist[88]
  • Ruby Corado, American LGBT rights activist[89]
  • Caroline Cossey, professional name "Tula" (b. 1954), English model, actress, and author[90]
  • Jayne County (b. 1947), American musician[91]
  • Roberta Cowell (1918–2011), World War II fighter pilot, and the first British trans woman to undergo gender reassignment[92]
  • Laverne Cox, American actress, producer, and advocate[93]
  • Brittany CoxXx (1978–2016), American trans woman, adult actress[94][95]
  • Kate Craig-Wood (b. 1977), British IT entrepreneur[96]
  • Victoria Cruz (b. 1945/6), American activist and retired domestic violence counsellor[97]
  • Phillipe Cunningham, American politician[98]
  • Jackie Curtis (1947–1985), American actress and writer[99]

D[edit]

  • Christine Daniels (1957–2009), American writer[100]
  • Candy Darling (1944–1974), American performer[101]
  • Gia Darling (b. 1977), Guatemalan-born American adult entertainer, director, and producer[102]
  • Florencia De La V (b. 1976), Argentine actress[103]
  • Vicky de Lambray (d. 1986), English sex worker, con artist[104]
  • Baby Dee (b. 1953), American multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and performance artist[105]
  • Michael Dillon (1915–1962), British physician[106]
  • Sean Dorsey (b. 1972/3), Canadian modern choreographer, dancer, writer and trans rights activist[107]
  • Michelle Dumaresq, Canadian bicycle racer[108]
  • Kathryn M. Dumke, First transgender female lawyer to practice in Nova Scotia, Canada[109]

E[edit]

  • Elagabalus (c. 203–222), Roman emperor characterized as transgender[110][111][112]
  • Lili Elbe (1882–1931), Danish trans woman[113]
  • Felicia Elizondo (b. 1946), American LGBT activist[114]
  • Chevalier d'Eon (1728–1810), French diplomat[115]
  • Catalina de Erauso (1592–1650), Spanish lieutenant
  • Rüzgar Erkoçlar (b. 1986), Turkish actor and model[116]
  • Eli Erlick (b. 1995), American trans activist[117]
  • Bülent Ersoy (b. 1952), Turkish singer and actress[118]
  • Erika Ervin (b. 1979), American transgender model, fitness trainer, and actress[119]

F[edit]

  • Florian-Ayala Fauna, American artist, musician, poet, and music producer[120][121]
  • Issa Fazli (b. 1968), Pakistani-American paralegal[122]
  • Leslie Feinberg (1949–2014), American author and activist[123]
  • Maxine Feldman (1945–2007), American singer-songwriter and comedian[124]
  • Jamie Fenton (b. 1964), American software engineer and video game writer[125]
  • Bibiana Fernández (b. 1954), Spanish actress and model[126]
  • Sir Ewan Forbes, 11th Baronet (1912–1991), Scottish doctor, farmer, 11th Baronet of Craigievar[127]
  • Tyler Ford (b. 1990), American writer, public speaker, and activist[128]
  • Sage Fox (b. 1972), US Army Captain[129]
  • Lydia Foy (b. 1947), Irish dentist and transgender rights activist[130]
  • Ina Fried (b. 1974), American author and senior writer for CNET Networks[131]
  • Phyllis Frye (b. 1946), American, first openly transgender judge appointed in Texas[132]
  • Fallon Fox (b. 1975), American MMA fighter

G[edit]

  • Ketty Gabriele (b. 1982), reputed Italian mafia figure[133]
  • Dorce Gamalama (b. 1963), Indonesian entertainer[134]
  • Natalie van Gogh (b. 1974), Dutch professional racing cyclist[135]
  • General Tito Aníbal da Paixão Gomes (d. 2007), Portuguese scam artist[136]
  • Alexander John Goodrum (1960–2002), African-American civil rights activist, writer and educator[137]
  • Gigi Gorgeous (b. 1992), Canadian-American model and personality[138][139]
  • Laura Jane Grace (b. 1980), American lead singer and guitarist for punk rock band Against Me![140]
  • Gia Gunn(born 1990) American drag queen
  • Julia Grant (1954–2019), British activist and first person to have their gender reassignment followed on UK television in A Change of Sex[141]
  • Jamison Green (b. 1948), American writer and educator[142]
  • Miss Major Griffin-Gracy (b. 1940), African-American trans woman activist and community leader for transgender rights[143]
  • Grey Gritt, Indigenous Canadian (Ojibwe-Métis) musician, educator, and activist[144]
  • Anna Grodzka (b. 1954), Polish politician, first transgender MP in European history[145]

H[edit]

  • Jamie Lee Hamilton (b. 1955), Canadian Aboriginal activist and politician[146]
  • Jan Hamilton (b. 1965), British soldier[147]
  • Harisu (b. 1975), South Korean model, singer, and actress[148]
  • Deborah Hartin (1933–2005), American lecturer and activist[149]
  • Lauren Harries (b. 1978), English child prodigy[150]
  • Alan L. Hart (1890–1962), American physician, researcher, writer[151]
  • Ian Harvie (b. 1968), American comedian and actor[152]
  • Elle Hearns (b. 1986/7), American organizer, speaker, writer, and activist. Co-founded/is strategic partner and organising coordinator of the Black Lives Matter Global Network, founded/is executive director of The Marsha P. Johnson Institute[153]
  • Rebecca Heineman (b. 1963), American computer video game programmer[154]
  • Michelle Hendley (b. 1991), American actress
  • Jess Herbst (b. 1958), American politician[155]
  • Adela Hernández, first transgender person elected to political office in Cuba[156]
  • Anderson Bigode Herzer (1962–1982), Brazilian counter culture writer and poet[157]
  • Rita Hester (1963–1998), American murder victim and inspiration for the first Transgender Day of Remembrance[158]
  • Stephanie Hirst (b. 1975), English radio and television presenter/broadcaster[159]
  • Stacey Hollywood (b. 1968), American actor, model, nightclub promoter, performance artist[160][161]
  • Mary Ann Horton (b. 1955), Usenet and Internet pioneer, computer scientist and transgender educator and activist[162]
  • Laurel Hubbard (b. 1978), New Zealand weightlifter[163]
  • Tyra Hunter (c. 1970–1995), American hairdresser[164]

I[edit]

  • Dana International (b. 1972), Israeli singer[165]
  • Kim Coco Iwamoto (b. 1968), Hawaiian politician, activist, editorialist, policymaker, advocate, and philanthropist[166]
  • Eddie Izzard (b. 1962), English comedian, actor, writer and political activist[167][168]

J[edit]

  • Andrea James (b. 1967), American entrepreneur, filmmaker, and activist[169]
  • Kimber James (b. 1988), American former adult actress[170]
  • Jennell Jaquays (b. 1956), American game designer and artist[171]
  • Sir Lady Java (b. 1943), American stage performer, actress, and activist[172]
  • Bailey Jay (b. 1988), American adult actress[173]
  • Andrea Jenkins (b. 1961), American politician[174]
  • Caitlyn Jenner (b. 1949), American Olympics athlete and television personality[175]
  • Jazz Jennings (b. 2000), American activist and TV/YouTube personality[176]
  • Joanna Jet (b. 1961), British trans adult actress and producer[177]
  • Natasha Jiménez, Costa Rican trans and intersex human rights activist, and author[178]
  • Jin Xing (b. 1967), Chinese dancer[179]
  • Jeffrey Catherine Jones (b. 1944), American painter and comic book artist[180]
  • Christine Jorgensen (1926–1989), American trans activist[181]
  • Michelle Josef (b. 1954), Canadian musician[182]

K[edit]

  • Christina Kahrl (b. 1967), American sportswriter, editor, co-founder of Baseball Prospectus, and civil rights activist[183]
  • Aya Kamikawa (b. 1968), Japanese politician[184]
  • Roz Kaveney (b. 1949), British writer[185]
  • Julia Kaye (b. 1988), American illustrator[186]
  • Aidan Key (b. 1964), American K–12 educator, community organizer, author, Trans Bodies, Trans Selves[187]
  • Isis King (b. 1985), American model, fashion designer[188]
  • Victoria Kolakowski (b. 1961), American judge[189]
  • Andreas Krieger (b. 1966), German athlete[190]
  • Janae Kroc (b. 1972), American professional powerlifter and competitive bodybuilder[191]

L[edit]

  • Sophie Labelle (b. 1987/8), Canadian author, cartoonist, and public speaker[192]
  • Joy Ladin (b. 1961), American author, poet, first openly transgender professor at an Orthodox Jewish institution, and holds the David and Ruth Gottesman Chair in English at the Stern College for Women of Yeshiva University[193]
  • Lady, Korean transgender pop group active between 2005 and 2007[194]
  • Vicci Laine (b. 1960), American drag performer, celebrity impersonator, singer, and HIV/AIDS activist[195]
  • Greer Lankton (1958–1996), American artist[196]
  • Stacie Laughton (b. ca. 1984), American politician[197]
  • Lee Si-yeon (b. 1979), South Korean actress[198]
  • Yasmin Lee (b. 1983), Thai-born actress and adult entertainer[199]
  • Paris Lees, British journalist, radio presenter and transgender rights activist[200]
  • Rodrigo Lehtinen (b. 1986), Cuban-American, transgender LGBT rights advocate[201]
  • Amanda Lepore (b. 1967), American transgender icon and model, celebutante, singer, and performance artist[202]
  • Alicia Liu (b. 1986), Taiwanese model and television personality[203]
  • Vladimir Luxuria (b. 1965), Italian politician and actress[204]
  • Cam Lyman (1932–c. 1987), American dog breeder[205]

M[edit]

  • Lily Madigan, (b.1998), British activist, and first openly transgender woman to become a Women's Officer within the Labour Party [206]
  • Trevor MacDonald (b. 1985), Canadian author, public speaker, and healthcare researcher[207]
  • Kellie Maloney, (b. 1953) British boxing promoter, television personality[208]
  • Chelsea Manning (b. 1987), American trans woman, soldier, and convicted whistleblower under the Espionage Act[209]
  • Patricio Manuel, (born c. 1985), first transgender professional boxer in the United States[210]
  • Mimi Marks, American entertainer[211]
  • Shabnam Mausi, Indian politician[212]
  • Lily McBeth (b. 1934), American educator[213]
  • Sarah McBride (b. 1990), American LGBT advocate[214]
  • Deirdre McCloskey (b. 1942), American economist[215]
  • CeCe McDonald (b. 1989), American, imprisoned 2012–2014 after fatally stabbing an attacker[216]
  • Cate McGregor (b. 1956), Australian senior military officer[217]
  • Tiq Milan, American writer, public speaker, activist, and strategic media consultant[218]
  • sj Miller (b. 1970), American academic, author, public speaker, and activist[219]
  • Riley Carter Millington (b. 1993/1994), British actor[220]
  • Miriam (b. c. 1981), Mexican reality TV star and adult entertainer[221]
  • Janet Mock (b. 1983), American writer, transgender rights activist, author, and former staff editor of People magazine's website[222]
  • Joyita Mondal, First openly transgender female judge in India (2017)[223][224]
  • Casey Mongillo (b. 1987), American voice actress, activist and personality[225]
  • Micheline Montreuil (b. 1952), Quebec lawyer, teacher, politician[226]
  • Angela Morley (1924–2009), English composer and conductor[227]
  • Indya Moore‎ (b. 1995), American actor and model[228]
  • Jan Morris (b. 1926), British historian and writer[229]
  • Nizah Morris (1955–2002), American entertainer[230]
  • Chris Mosier (b. 1980), American athlete[231]
  • Anwen Muston, British Labour Party politician, first openly transgender woman to be elected to represent Labour[232]

N[edit]

  • Ataru Nakamura (b. 1985), Japanese singer[233]
  • Shay Neary (b. 1987/8), American fashion model, first openly trans plus-size model to land a major campaign[234]
  • Hari Nef (b. 1992), American actress, model, and writer[235]
  • Nisha Ayub (b. 1979), Malaysian transgender rights activist; first trans woman to be awarded with the prestigious International Women of Courage Award in 2016[236]
  • Remy Noe (b. 1974), English landscape artist[237]
  • Tracey Norman (b. 1951), first African-American transgender woman model to appear on a box of Clairol hair-coloring in the 1970s[238]
  • Bell Nuntita, participant on the show Thailand's Got Talent, Thai transgender actress, singer, entertainer, and radio DJ[239]

O[edit]

  • Terri O'Connell (b. 1964), American automobile racer[240]
  • Anne Ogborn, American transgender activist[241]
  • Pepe Julian Onziema (b. 1981), Ugandan LGBT rights activist[242]
  • Mina Orfanou (b. 1982), Greek actress[243]
  • Dylan Orr (b. 1979), American political appointee[244]
  • Daniel Mallory Ortberg (b. 1986), American author[245]

P[edit]

  • Caroline Paige (b. 1961), Royal Air Force officer[246]
  • Dee Palmer (b. 1937), English musician from Jethro Tull[247]
  • Pauline Park (b. 1960), American transgender activist[248]
  • Charley Parkhurst (1812–1879), American stagecoach driver[249]
  • Ophelia Pastrana (b. 1982), Colombian physicist, LGBT activist, entrepreneur and social media personality[250]
  • Nicole Louise Pearce (b. 1964), Australian child murderer[251]
  • Andreja Pejić (b. 1991), Australian model of Bosnian Croat and Bosnian Serb ethnicity[252]
  • Peppermint (b. 1980), American drag queen, singer and actress[253]
  • Kim Petras (b. 1992), German pop singer[254]
  • Yasmine Petty, American fashion model and actress[255]
  • Misty Plowright (b. 1982/3), first transgender woman to be a nominee to the US House of Representatives from a major political party[256]
  • Rachel Pollack (b. 1945), American author[257]
  • Angela Ponce (b. 1991), Spanish model and beauty pageant titleholder who won Miss Spain 2018[258]
  • Midge Potts, American political activist[259]
  • Fay Presto, British magician[260]
  • Virginia Prince (1912–2009), American pharmacologist, transgender activist and author[261]
  • Jennifer Pritzker (b. 1950), American investor and philanthropist[262]

Q[edit]

R[edit]

  • Jordan Raskopoulos (b. 1982), Australian comedian and singer in The Axis of Awesome[264]
  • Stu Rasmussen (b. 1948), first openly transgender mayor in the United States[265]
  • Renée Richards (b. 1934), American athlete and physician[266]
  • Vicki Richter, American transgender adult actress[267]
  • Sylvia Rivera (1951–2002), American transgender activist[268]
  • Monica Roberts, American writer, blogger, and trans rights advocate[269]
  • Eva Robin's (b. 1958), Italian actress and activist[270]
  • Allyson Robinson, served as Army officer, American LGBT rights activist[271]
  • Geena Rocero (b. 1983/4), Filipina model and activist[272]
  • Diane Marie Rodriguez Zambrano, Ecuadorian activist[273]
  • Danica Roem (b. 1984), American politician[274]
  • Terri Rogers (1937–1999), English ventriloquist[275]
  • Geraldine Roman (b. 1967), Philippines congresswoman[276]
  • Rebecca Root (b. 1969), British actress[277]
  • Angelica Ross (b. 1980), American businesswoman, actress, and activist[278]
  • Martine Rothblatt (b. 1954), American lawyer and author[279]
  • Joan Roughgarden (b. 1946), American biologist[280]
  • Henry Rubin (b. 1966), American sociologist[281]
  • Eliana Rubashkyn (b. 1988), New Zealand/Colombian pharmacist, former refugee, first transgender woman recognised as woman under International Law and the UNHCR[282]
  • Carmen Rupe (1936–2011), New Zealand/Australian entertainer and activist[283]

S[edit]

  • Trish Salah, Canadian poet, labour activist and educator[284]
  • Bamby Salcedo, American LGBT rights activist[285]
  • Ali Saleem (b. c. 1979), Pakistani television personality[286]
  • Ryan Sallans (b 1979), American LGBT activist and public speaker[287]
  • Antonia San Juan (b. 1961), Spanish actress and director[288]
  • Fulvia Celica Siguas Sandoval (d. 2004), Peruvian trans woman[289]
  • Stef Sanjati (b. 1995), Canadianr[290]
  • Harmony Santana, American film actress[291]
  • Jeanette Schmid (1924–2005), Czech whistler[292]
  • Scott Turner Schofield (b. c. 1981), American writer and performer[293]
  • Lauren Scott (b. 1963), American civil rights activist and politician[294]
  • Julia Serano (b. 1967), American writer, performer, speaker and activist[295]
  • Kemal Shahin (b. 1985), Cypriot reality television participant[296]
  • Jackie Shane (1940-2019), American soul and rhythm and blues singer[297][298]
  • Lucas Silveira, Canadian rock musician[299]
  • Dawn Langley Simmons (1937–2000), British American writer[300]
  • Amanda Simpson (b. 1961), political appointee[244]
  • Nikki Sinclaire (b. 1968), English parliamentarian[301]
  • Gwendolyn Ann Smith (b. 1967), activist, writer, founder of Transgender Day of Remembrance[302]
  • Misty Snow (b. 1985), first transgender nominee to the United States Senate from a major political party[256]
  • Theresa Sparks (b. 1949), American politician and entrepreneur[303]
  • Rae Spoon (b. 1982), Canadian musician[304]
  • Susan Stanton (b. 1959), American politician[305]
  • Allanah Starr, Cuban-born American adult entertainer[306]
  • Jahna Steele (1958–2008), American showgirl, actress, writer[307]
  • Abby Stein, American writer, speaker and activist[308]
  • Georgie Stone (b. 2000), Australian activist[309]
  • Sandy Stone (b. c. 1940s), American educator[310]
  • Stav Strashko (b. 1992), Ukrainian-Israeli model and actress[311]
  • Margaret Stumpp (b. 1952), American executive[312]
  • Kalki Subramaniam, Indian transgender rights activist, Artist, writer and Entrepreneur.[313]
  • Michelle Suárez Bértora (b. 1983), Uruguayan lawyer and politician[5]
  • Lou Sullivan (1951–1991), American author and activist[314]
  • Schlitze Surtees (1901–1971), also known as Schlitzie, American sideshow performer and actor[315]

T[edit]

  • Titica (b.1987), Angolan singer, songwriter, dancer and activist[316]
  • Lea T (b. 1981), Brazilian fashion model[317]
  • Cindy Thái Tài (b. 1981), Vietnamese singer, model[318]
  • Jenna Talackova, Canadian model and beauty pageant contestant[319]
  • Audrey Tang (b. 1981), Taiwanese free software programmer[320] and Digital Minister[321]
  • Maddie Taylor (b. 1966), American voice actress[322]
  • Brandon Teena (1972–1993), American murder victim; subject of the film Boys Don't Cry[323]
  • Terre Thaemlitz (b. 1968), American musician, DJ and transgender educator[324]
  • Nong Thoom (b. 1981), Thai athlete, model, and actress[325]
  • Billy Tipton (1914–1989), American musician[326]
  • Tista Das (b. 1976), Indian actress[327]
  • Manuela Trasobares (b. 1962), Spanish artist and politician[328]
  • Zoey Tur (b. 1960), American TV reporter, scientist, and helicopter pilot[329]
  • Josie Totah (b. 2001), American actress[330]

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  • Karen Ulane (1941–1989), American pilot fired by Eastern Airlines; discrimination case set Title VII precedent for transgender people[331]

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  • Lana Wachowski (b. 1965), American filmmaker, producer, comic book writer, screenwriter, co-director of the Matrix films[337]
  • Lilly Wachowski (b. 1967), American film and TV director, screenwriter, producer, comic book writer, video game director, video game writer[338]
  • Ramon Te Wake (b. 1976), New Zealand television presenter[339]
  • Weiwha (1849–1896), Zuni two-spirit[340]
  • Blaire White, Americanr[341]
  • Stephen Whittle, OBE, PhD (b. 1955), British lawyer, writer, educator and transgender activist[342]
  • Raquel Willis (b. 1990/1), American writer, activist, and Transgender Law Center national organizer[343]
  • Sophie Wilson (b. 1957), British computer scientist[344]
  • Jia Qing Wilson-Yang, Canadian writer[345]
  • Joanne Wingate (b. 1960), English soldier[346]
  • Holly Woodlawn (1946–2015), Puerto Rican actor and performer[347]
  • Narcissa Wright (b. 1989), American video game speedrunner and website creator[348]
  • Natalie Wynn (b. 1988), Americanr[349][350]

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