List of transgender people


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

In some non-Western, ancient or medieval societies, transgender people may be seen as a different gender entirely, and there may be a separate category for them that is different from the binary of 'man' or 'woman'. These people might be described collectively as occupying a third gender role. These cultures may have traditional social and ceremonial roles for third gender people, which are different from men's or women's roles and social spaces.

While cross-dressing is not synonymous with being transgender, some of the persons listed here crossdressed during wartime for various purposes.

List


Name Birth year Nationality Pronouns Notable as Reference
Marja-Sisko Aalto 1954 Finnish she/her Evangelic-Lutheran priest [1]
Alexander James Adams 1962 American he/him musician, singer and songwriter [2]
Calpernia Addams 1971 American she/her actress, author, and entrepreneur [3]
Aderet 1976 Israeli she/her pop singer [4]
Tamara Adrián 1954 Venezuelan she/her politician [5][6]
Leelah Alcorn 1997–2014 American she/her 17-year-old American artist and suicide victim due to transphobic bullying [7]
Ian Alexander 2001 American he/him, they/them actor [8]
Harry Allen 1882–1922 American he/him american pioneer period Pacific Northwest transgender man known for flouting social norms [9]
Rebecca Allison 1946 American she/her cardiologist, president-elect of Gay and Lesbian Medical Association [10]
Kye Allums 1989 American he/him basketball player [11]
Nadia Almada 1977 Portuguese she/her winner of Big Brother UK series 5 [12]
Jessica Alves 1983 Brazilian-British she/her television personality noted for having undergone dozens of plastic surgeries [13]
Taylor Alxndr American they/them music artist, drag queen, activist [14]
Barbra Amesbury 1948 Canadian she/her singer-songwriter [15]
Charlie Jane Anders 1969 American she/her author [16]
Adèle Anderson 1952 British she/her actor and member of the group Fascinating Aïda [17]
Lucy Hicks Anderson 1886–1954 American she/her one of the earliest trans women documented [18]
Luke Anderson 1981 South African-born he/him winner of Big Brother UK series 13 [19]
Jacob Anderson-Minshall 1967 American he/him author [20]
Erica Andrews (Erica Salazar) 1969–2013 Mexican-born American she/her international and national beauty pageant title winner, drag performer, actor and entrepreneur [21]
Buck Angel 1962 American he/him adult performer and producer, activist, educator, and motivational speaker [22]
Anohni 1971 British-born she/her lead singer of Antony and the Johnsons [23]
Carla Antonelli 1960 Spanish she/her actress, activist, and legislator [24]
Ryka Aoki American she/her author, poet [25][26]
Nikki Araguz 1975–2019 American she/her marriage equality activist and public speaker [27]
Victoria Arellano 1984–2007 Mexican she/her Mexican immigrant to the US who died in an immigration detention facility [28]
Valerie Arkell-Smith 1895–1960 British he/him writer and entertainer [29]
Alexis Arquette 1969–2016 American she/her actress and musician [30]
Nina Arsenault 1974 Canadian she/her writer [31]
April Ashley 1935 English she/her model [32]
Laith Ashley 1989 American he/him model, actor, and singer.
Estelle Asmodelle 1964 Australian actress, author, and dancer [33]
Robina Asti 1921–2021 US Navy pilot in World War II, record holder for world's oldest flight instructor [34]
Abigail Austen 1965 British soldier [35]
Eddie Ayres 1967 British Australian he/him radio presenter, musician, teacher [36]
Backxwash 1991 Zambian-Canadian she/her rapper [37]
Mianne Bagger 1966 Danish golfer [38]
Jenny Bailey 1962 English politician, former Mayor of Cambridge [39]
Grace Banu 1988 Indian she/her Dalit and trans activist, first transgender engineer in Tamil Nadu [40]
Ben Barres 1954–2017 American neurobiologist [41]
James Barry 1789/99–1865 British military surgeon and Inspector General in charge of military hospitals [42]
Thomas Baty 1869–1954 English lawyer, writer and editor of the feminist gender studies journal Urania'’ [43]
Esben Esther Pirelli Benestad 1949 Norwegian physician, family therapist, sexologist [45][46]
Saga Becker 1988 Swedish actress [47]
Munroe Bergdorf 1987 British model and activist [48]
S. Bear Bergman 1974 American writer and performance artist [49]
Danielle Bunten Berry 1949–1998 American software developer [50]
Michelle Suárez Bértora 1983 Uruguayan first openly transgender female lawyer and Substitute Senator (2014–2017) in Uruguay [51]
Sam Bettens 1972 Belgian musician and the lead singer of the Belgian band K's Choice [52]
Georgina Beyer 1957 New Zealand politician [53]
Alexandra Billings 1962 American actress, singer, and educator [54]
Jackson Bird 1990 American he/him author, vlogger, and activist [55]
Maddie Blaustein 1960–2008 American voice actress [56]
Leyna Bloom 1990 American fashion model, dancer, and activist [57]
Alejandra Bogue 1965 Mexican film, television and stage actress [58]
Justin Vivian Bond 1963 American singer-songwriter, performance artist [59]
Chaz Bono 1969 American actor, singer and activist [60]
Kate Bornstein 1948 American author, performance artist, and gender theorist [61]
Jennifer Finney Boylan 1958 American author and activist, previously an award-winning professor of English at Colby College
M. C. Brennan 1969 American author, filmmaker and performer [62]
Namoli Brennet American she/her folk singer [63]
Aleshia Brevard 1937–2017 American film, TV, and theatre actress, model, author, and professor; one of the earliest transitioners in the United States [64]
Zac Brewer 1973 American Author [65][66]
Poppy Z. Brite (a.k.a. Billy Martin) 1967 American Gothic horror author [67]
Willmer "Little Ax" Broadnax 1916–1994 American Gospel tenor [68]
Blake Brockington 1996–2015 American 18-year-old American activist, student, and suicide victim [69]
Sarah Brown British she/her Politician and activist [70]
Harrison Browne 1993 Hockey player for Buffalo Beauts [71]
Sara Davis Buechner 1964 American Musician [72]
Cidny Bullens 1955 American Musician [73]
Balian Buschbaum 1980 German Pole vaulter and two-time European Championship bronze medalist [74]
Alec Butler 1959 Canadian Writer [75]
Mya Byrne 1978 American folk/rock musician [76]
Mauro Cabral 1971 Argentinian he/him Intersex and trans advocate, academic, and co-director of GATE [77]
Meryn Cadell Canadian he/him Writer, performance artist, and assistant professor of song lyrics and libretto writing [78]
Patrick Califia 1954 American writer [79]
Loren Cameron 1959 American photographer/visual artist [80]
Mina Caputo 1973 American singer for Life of Agony [81]
Micha Cárdenas 1977 American artist/theorist and lecturer of Visual Arts and Critical Gender Studies at UCSD [82]
Wendy Carlos 1939 American composer and electronic musician [83]
Carmen Carrera 1985 American reality television personality, drag performer, actress and model [84]
Lynda Cash British British Royal Navy officer [85]
Albert Cashier 1843–1915 Irish-born Union Army soldier; [86]
Ryan Cassata 1993 American musician, public speaker, writer, filmmaker, and actor [87]
Candis Cayne 1971 American actress and performance artist [88]
Aimee Challenor 1997 British politician and transgender activist [89]
Chen Lili 1980 Chinese [90]
Quinn Christopherson 1992 American he/him singer-songwriter [91]
Layshia Clarendon 1991 American basketball player. [92]
Sister Mary Elizabeth Clark 1938 served in both the US Navy and Army, trans and AIDS activist, and nun [93]
Angela Clayton 1959–2014 British physicist and activist [94]
Jamie Clayton 1978 American model and actress [95]
Roberta Close 1964 Brazilian model [96]
Coccinelle 1931–2006 French singer and entertainer [97]
Michael D. Cohen 1975 Canadian-American actor
Raewyn Connell 1944 Australian sociologist and academic [98]
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 [99]
Lynn Conway 1938 American computer scientist and electrical engineer [100]
T Cooper American he/him novelist, nonfiction writer, television writer, and journalist [101]
Ruby Corado 1970 American she/her LGBT rights activist [102]
Caroline Cossey (a.k.a. Tula) 1954 English model, actress, and author [103]
Jayne County 1947 American musician [104]
Roberta Cowell 1918–2011 World War II fighter pilot, and the first British trans woman to undergo gender reassignment [105]
Laverne Cox 1972 American she/her actress, producer, and advocate [106]
Brittany CoxXx 1978–2016 American adult actress [107][108]
Kate Craig-Wood 1977 British IT entrepreneur [109]
Victoria Cruz 1945/6 American activist and retired domestic violence counsellor [110]
Phillipe Cunningham 1987 American he/him politician [111]
Jackie Curtis 1947–1985 American actress and writer [112]
Christine Daniels 1957–2009 American writer [113]
Candy Darling 1944–1974 American performer [114]
Juno Dawson 1981 British young adult fiction author [115]
Florencia De La V 1976 Argentine actress [116]
Vicky de Lambray 1986 English sex worker, con artist [117]
Petra De Sutter 1963 Belgian gynecologist and politician, current deputy prime minister of Belgium [118]
Baby Dee 1953 American multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and performance artist [119]
Ashley Diamond 1978 prison and LGBTQ rights activist [120]
Michael Dillon 1915–1962 British physician [121]
Julie Doe 1952/1966-1988 American she/her unidentified murder victim discovered in Clermont, Florida [122]
Sean Dorsey 1972/3 Canadian modern choreographer, dancer, writer and trans rights activist [123]
Michelle Dumaresq 1970 Canadian she/her bicycle racer [124]
Elagabalus 203–222 Roman emperor characterized as transgender [125][126][127]
Lili Elbe 1882–1931 Danish [128]
Dorian Electra 1992 American they/them singer, songwriter and performance artist [129][130]
Felicia Elizondo 1946–2021 American LGBT activist [131]
Chevalier d'Eon 1728–1810 French diplomat [132]
Catalina de Erauso 1592–1650 Spanish lieutenant
Rüzgar Erkoçlar 1986 Turkish actor and model [133]
Eli Erlick 1995 American trans activist [134]
Bülent Ersoy 1952 Turkish singer and actress [135]
Erika Ervin 1979 American model, fitness trainer, and actress [136]
Florian-Ayala Fauna American she/her artist, musician, poet, and music producer [137][138]
Issa Fazli 1968 Pakistani-American paralegal [139]
Leslie Feinberg 1949–2014 American author and activist [140]
Maxine Feldman 1945–2007 American singer-songwriter and comedian [141]
Jamie Fenton 1964 American software engineer and video game writer [142]
Bibiana Fernández 1954 Spanish actress and model [143]
Sir Ewan Forbes, 11th Baronet 1912–1991 Scottish doctor, farmer, 11th Baronet of Craigievar [144]
Tyler Ford 1990 American writer, public speaker, and activist [145]
Fallon Fox 1975 American MMA fighter
Sage Fox 1972 US Army Captain [146]
Lydia Foy 1947 Irish dentist and transgender rights activist [147]
Crystal Frasier 1980 American she/her artist and game designer .[148]
Ina Fried 1974 American author and senior writer for CNET Networks [149]
Phyllis Frye 1946 American, first openly transgender judge appointed in Texas [150]
Ketty Gabriele 1982 reputed Italian mafia figure [151]
Dorce Gamalama 1963 Indonesian entertainer [152]
Garcia American actor [153]
Teddy Geiger 1988 American musician [154]
Nats Getty 1992 American model, socialite and activist
Maebe A. Girl 1986 American drag queen and politician [155]
Natalie van Gogh 1974 Dutch professional racing cyclist [156]
General Tito Aníbal da Paixão Gomes 1933–2007 Portuguese scam artist [157]
Alexander John Goodrum 1960–2002 American civil rights activist, writer and educator [158]
Gigi Gorgeous 1992 Canadian-American model and YouTube personality [159][160]
Laura Jane Grace 1980 American lead singer and guitarist for punk rock band Against Me! [161]
Julia Grant 1954–2019 British activist and first person to have their gender reassignment followed on UK television in A Change of Sex [162]
Jamison Green 1948 American writer and educator [163]
Miss Major Griffin-Gracy 1940 American African-American activist and community leader for transgender rights [164]
Grey Gritt Canadian they/them musician, educator, and activist of Ojibwe-Métis descent. [165]
Anna Grodzka 1954 Polish politician, first transgender MP in European history [166]
Gottmik American he/him, she/her (in drag) drag performer [167][168]
Gia Gunn 1990 American drag queen [169]
Jamie Lee Hamilton 1955–2019 Canadian Aboriginal activist and politician [170]
Choi Han-bit 1987 South Korean model, actress, and singer [171]
Harisu 1975 South Korean she/her model, singer, and actress. Republic of Korea's first transgender entertainer, and in 2002 became the second person in Korea to legally change their gender [172]
Deborah Hartin 1933–2005 American lecturer and activist [173]
Lauren Harries 1978 English child prodigy [174]
Alan L. Hart 1890–1962 American physician, researcher, writer [175]
Ian Harvie 1968 American comedian and actor [176]
Elle Hearns 1986/7 American organizer, speaker, writer, and activist; co-founder and strategic partner and organising coordinator of the Black Lives Matter Global Network; founder and executive director of the Marsha P. Johnson Institute [177]
Rebecca Heineman 1963 American computer video game programmer [178]
Michelle Hendley 1991 American actress [179]
Jess Herbst 1958 American politician [180]
Adela Hernández 1962 Cuban she/her first transgender person elected to political office in Cuba [181]
Anderson Bigode Herzer 1962–1982 Brazilian counter culture writer and poet [182]
Rita Hester 1963–1998 American murder victim and inspiration for the first Transgender Day of Remembrance [183]
Stephanie Hirst 1975 English radio and television presenter/broadcaster [184]
Stacey Hollywood 1968 American actor, model, nightclub promoter, performance artist [185][186]
Mary Ann Horton 1955 Usenet and Internet pioneer, computer scientist and transgender educator and activist [187]
Laurel Hubbard 1978 New Zealand weightlifter [188]
Tyra Hunter 1970–1995 American hairdresser [189]
Dana International 1972 Israeli singer [190]
Veronica Ivy (formerly Rachel McKinnon) 1982 Canadian she/her philosophy professor, competitive cyclist, and transgender rights activist. [191]
Kim Coco Iwamoto 1968 Hawaiian politician, activist, editorialist, policymaker, advocate, and philanthropist [192]
Eddie Izzard 1962 English comedian, actor, writer and political activist [193][194]
Andrea James 1967 American entrepreneur, filmmaker, and activist [195]
Kimber James 1988 American former adult actress [196]
Jennell Jaquays 1956 American game designer and artist [197]
Sir Lady Java 1943 American stage performer, actress, and activist [198]
Bailey Jay 1988 American adult actress [199]
Andrea Jenkins 1961 American politician [200]
Caitlyn Jenner 1949 American Olympics athlete and television personality [201]
Jazz Jennings 2000 American activist and TV/YouTube personality [202]
Lauren Jeska 1974 British fell-runner convicted of the attempted murder of Ralph Knibbs [203]
Natasha Jiménez Costa Rican she/her trans and intersex human rights activist, and author [204]
Jin Xing 1967 Chinese dancer [205]
Jeffrey Catherine Jones 1944 American painter and comic book artist [206]
Christine Jorgensen 1926–1989 American trans activist [207]
Michelle Josef 1954 Canadian musician [208]
Christina Kahrl 1967 American sportswriter, editor, co-founder of Baseball Prospectus, and civil rights activist [209]
Aya Kamikawa 1968 Japanese politician [210]
Roz Kaveney 1949 British writer [211]
Julia Kaye 1988 American illustrator [212]
Rocco Kayiatos (a.k.a Katastrophe) 1979 American he/him rapper, the first openly transgender singer in the hip-hop genre [213]
Aidan Key 1964 American K–12 educator, community organizer, author of Trans Bodies, Trans Selves [214]
Isis King 1985 American model, fashion designer [215]
Victoria Kolakowski 1961 American judge [216]
Andreas Krieger 1966 German athlete [217]
Janae Kroc 1972 American professional powerlifter and competitive bodybuilder [218]
Sakris Kupila 1996 Finnish medical student and international campaigner for trans rights [219]
Sophie Labelle 1987/8 Canadian author, cartoonist, and public speaker [220]
Joy Ladin 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 [221]
Lady Korean transgender pop group active between 2005 and 2007 [222]
Vicci Laine 1960 American drag performer, celebrity impersonator, singer, and HIV/AIDS activist [223]
Loiza Lamers 1995 Dutch model and first transgender winner in the Top Model franchise [224]
Greer Lankton 1958–1996 American artist [225]
Stacie Laughton 1984 American politician [226]
Lee Si-yeon 1979 South Korean actress [227]
Yasmin Lee 1983 Thai-born actress and adult entertainer [228]
Paris Lees British journalist, radio presenter and transgender rights activist [229]
Jordana LeSesne American she/her Musician and producer [230][231]
Left at London 1996 American comedian and singer-songwriter [232]
Rodrigo Lehtinen 1986 American transgender LGBT rights advocate [233]
Amanda Lepore 1967 American transgender icon and model, celebutante, singer, and performance artist [234]
Rachel Levine American physician, United States Assistant Secretary for Health, former Pennsylvania Physician General (2015-2017), former Pennsylvania Secretary of Health (2017–2021) [235][236]
Alicia Liu 1986 Taiwanese model and television personality [237]
Vladimir Luxuria 1965 Italian politician and actress [238]
Cam Lyman 1932 – c. 1987 American dog breeder [239]
Lily Madigan 1998 British activist, and first openly transgender woman to become a Women's Officer within the Labour Party [240]
Trevor MacDonald 1985 Canadian author, public speaker, and healthcare researcher [241]
Nicole Maines 1997 American actress and transgender rights activist, plays the first television transgender superhero on CW's Supergirl [242]
Kellie Maloney 1953 British boxing promoter, television personality [243]
Chelsea Manning 1987 American soldier, and convicted whistleblower under the Espionage Act [244]
Patricio Manuel 1985 first transgender professional boxer in the United States [245]
Mimi Marks American entertainer [246]
Shabnam Mausi Indian politician [247]
Lily McBeth 1934 American educator [248]
Sarah McBride 1990 American LGBT advocate [249]
Deirdre McCloskey 1942 American economist [250]
CeCe McDonald 1989 American, imprisoned 2012–2014 after fatally stabbing an attacker [251]
Cate McGregor 1956 Australian senior military officer [252]
Miles McKenna 1995 American he/him Vlogger, actor, LGBTQIA+ advocate [253]
Tiq Milan American writer, public speaker, activist, and strategic media consultant [254]
sj Miller 1970 American academic, author, public speaker, and activist [255]
Riley Carter Millington 1993/1994 British actor [256]
Cris Miró 1965-1999 Argentine she/her entertainer that became the first travesti in Argentina to be massively accepted by the public. [257]
Janet Mock 1983 American writer, transgender rights activist, author, and former staff editor of People magazine's website [258]
Joyita Mondal first openly transgender female judge in India (2017) [259][260]
Micheline Montreuil 1952 Quebec lawyer, teacher, politician [261]
Angela Morley 1924–2009 English composer and conductor [262]
Indya Moore 1995 American actor and model [263]
Jan Morris 1926-2020 British historian and writer [264]
Nizah Morris 1955–2002 American entertainer [265]
Chris Mosier 1980 American athlete [266]
Aisha Mughal Pakistani she/her Transgender rights expert, Ministry of Human Rights [267]
Anwen Muston British Labour Party politician, first openly transgender woman to be elected to represent Labour [268]
Ataru Nakamura 1985 Japanese singer [269]
Shay Neary 1987/8 American fashion model, first openly trans plus-size model to land a major campaign [270]
Hari Nef 1992 American actress, model, and writer [271]
Nikkie de Jager 1994 Dutch makeup artist and YouTuber [272]
Nisha Ayub 1979 Malaysian transgender rights activist; first trans woman to be awarded with the prestigious International Women of Courage Award in 2016 [273]
Remy Noe 1974 English landscape artist [274]
Tracey Norman 1951 first African-American transgender woman model to appear on a box of Clairol hair-coloring in the 1970s [275]
Bell Nuntita participant on the show Thailand's Got Talent, Thai transgender actress, singer, entertainer, and radio DJ [276]
Terri O'Connell 1964 American automobile racer [277]
Anne Ogborn American transgender activist [278]
Pepe Julian Onziema 1981 Ugandan LGBT rights activist [279]
Mina Orfanou 1982 Greek actress [280]
Dylan Orr 1979 American political appointee [281]
Daniel M. Lavery 1986 American author [282]
Elliot Page 1987 Canadian actor and producer [283]
Caroline Paige 1961 Royal Air Force officer [284]
Dee Palmer 1937 English musician from Jethro Tull [285]
Pauline Park 1960 American transgender activist [286]
Charley Parkhurst 1812–1879 American stagecoach driver [287]
Esdras Parra 1937–2004 Venezuelan writer [288]
Ophelia Pastrana 1982 Colombian physicist, LGBT activist, entrepreneur and social media personality [289]
Nicole Louise Pearce 1964 Australian child murderer [290]
Andreja Pejić 1991 Australian model of Bosnian Croat and Bosnian Serb ethnicity [291]
Peppermint 1980 American drag queen, singer and actress [292]
Kim Petras 1992 German pop singer [293]
Yasmine Petty American fashion model and actress [294]
Jane Anne Pilley first prisoner in England and Wales to be granted sex reassignment surgery [295]
Elliott Platt 2004 Canadian he/him musician <[296]
Misty Plowright 1982/3 first transgender woman to be a nominee to the US House of Representatives from a major political party [297]
Rachel Pollack 1945 American author [298]
Angela Ponce 1991 Spanish model and beauty pageant titleholder who won Miss Spain 2018 [299]
Midge Potts American political activist [300]
Ljuba Prenner 1906–1977 Slovenian attorney and author of the first Slovene crime novel. [301][302]
Fay Presto British magician[303]
Virginia Prince 1912–2009 American pharmacologist, transgender activist and author [304]
Jennifer Pritzker 1950 American investor and philanthropist [305]
Jamie Raines (Jammidodger) 1994 British he/him Psychologist, Youtuber, trans activist [306]
Teddy Quinlivan 1994 American model [307]
Lena Raine 1984 American composer and producer [308]
Jordan Raskopoulos 1982 Australian comedian and singer in The Axis of Awesome [309]
Stu Rasmussen 1948 first openly transgender mayor in the United States [310]
Renée Richards 1934 American athlete and physician [311]
Rinu 1998 Japanese he/him Singer, member of Strawberry Prince [312]
Miriam Rivera 1981 – 2019 Mexican reality TV star and adult entertainer [313]
Sylvia Rivera 1951–2002 American transgender activist [314]
Monica Roberts American writer, blogger, and trans rights advocate [315]
Eva Robin's 1958 Italian actress and activist [316]
Allyson Robinson served as Army officer, American LGBT rights activist [317]
Geena Rocero 1983/4 Filipina-born American model and activist [318]
Mj Rodriguez American actress and singer. [319]
Diane Marie Rodriguez Zambrano Ecuadorian activist [320]
Danica Roem 1984 American politician [321]
Terri Rogers 1937–1999 English ventriloquist [322]
Geraldine Roman 1967 Philippines congresswoman [323]
Rebecca Root 1969 British actress [324]
Nyla Rose 1982 Native American and African American she/her actress and professional wrestler [325]
Deena Kaye Rose 1943 American singer-songwriter [326]
Angelica Ross 1980 American businesswoman, actress, and activist [327]
Martine Rothblatt 1954 American lawyer and author [328]
Joan Roughgarden 1946 American biologist [329]
Henry Rubin 1966 American sociologist [330]
Eliana Rubashkyn 1988 New Zealand/Colombian pharmacist, former refugee, first transgender woman recognised as woman under International Law and the UNHCR [331]
Carmen Rupe 1936–2011 New Zealand/Australian entertainer and activist [332]
John/Eleanor Rykener English 14th century sex worker [333][Note 1]
Trish Salah Canadian poet, labour activist and educator [334]
Bamby Salcedo American LGBT rights activist [335]
Ali Saleem 1979 Pakistani television personality [336]
Ryan Sallans 1979 American LGBT activist and public speaker [337]
Loui Sand 1992 Swedish former professional handball player of Sri-Lankan descent. [338]
Fulvia Celica Siguas Sandoval Peruvian [339]
Stef Sanjati 1995 Canadian YouTuber [340]
Harmony Santana American film actress [341]
Hunter Schafer 1999 American fashion model, actress, and LGBT rights activist [342]
Jeanette Schmid 1924–2005 Czech whistler [343]
Scott Turner Schofield 1981 American writer and performer [344]
Lauren Scott 1963 American civil rights activist and politician [345]
Cariza "Ice" Yamson Seguerra 1983 Filipino he/him Actor, singer-songwriter and guitarist [346]
Julia Serano 1967 American writer, performer, speaker and activist [347]
Jackie Shane 1940-2019 American soul and rhythm and blues singer [348][349]
Vivek Shraya Canadian musician, writer, and visual artist [350]
Lucas Silveira Canadian rock musician [351]
Dawn Langley Simmons 1937–2000 British American writer [352]
Amanda Simpson 1961 political appointee [281]
Nikki Sinclaire 1968 English parliamentarian [353]
Noah Skaalum 1995 Danish singer [354]
Robin Daniel Skinner (Cavetown) 1998 British he/him, they/them singer-songwriter, record producer, YouTuber [355][356]
Brian Michael Smith American actor [357]
Gwendolyn Ann Smith 1967 activist, writer, founder of Transgender Day of Remembrance [358]
Misty Snow 1985 first transgender nominee to the United States Senate from a major political party [297]
Sonique American drag queen and model.
Theresa Sparks 1949 American politician and entrepreneur [359]
Rae Spoon 1982 Canadian musician [360]
Susan Stanton 1959 American politician [361]
Allanah Starr Cuban-born American adult entertainer [362]
Jahna Steele 1958–2008 American showgirl, actress, writer [363]
Abby Stein American writer, speaker and activist [364]
Georgie Stone 2000 Australian activist [365]
Sandy Stone 1940s American educator [366]
Stav Strashko 1992 Ukrainian-born Israeli model and actress [367]
Margaret Stumpp 1952 American executive [368]
Michelle Suárez Bértora 1983 Uruguayan lawyer and politician [5]
Kalki Subramaniam Indian transgender rights activist, artist, writer and entrepreneur [369]
Lou Sullivan 1951–1991 American author and activist [370]
Feroza Syed American activist of Indian descent [371][372]
Titica 1987 Angolan singer, songwriter, dancer and activist [373]
Lea T 1981 Brazilian fashion model [374]
Cindy Thái Tài 1981 Vietnamese singer, model [375]
Jenna Talackova Canadian model and beauty pageant contestant [376]
Audrey Tang 1981 Taiwanese free software programmer and Digital Minister [377][378]
Maddie Taylor 1966 American voice actress [379]
Brandon Teena 1972–1993 American murder victim; subject of the film Boys Don't Cry [380]
Terre Thaemlitz 1968 American musician, DJ and transgender educator [381]
Nong Thoom 1981 Thai athlete, model, and actress [382]
Efrat Tilma 1947 Israeli activist and policewoman [383]
Billy Tipton 1914–1989 American he/him musician [384]
Brianna Titone 1978 American she/her politician and activist
Tista Das 1976 Indian actress [385]
Manuela Trasobares 1962 Spanish artist and politician [386]
Gabrielle Tremblay 1990 Canadian writer and actress [387]
Justine Tunney 1985 software developer, former Occupy movement activist and blogger [388][389]
Gabbi Tuft 1978 American professional wrestler [390]
Zoey Tur 1960 American TV reporter, scientist, and helicopter pilot [391]
Josie Totah 2001 American actress [392]
Robyn Leigh Tanguay 1966 American scientist [393]
Abigail Thorn 1993 British actress and YouTuber who runs the channel "Philosophy Tube" [394][395]
Karen Ulane 1941–1989 American pilot fired by Eastern Airlines; discrimination case set Title VII precedent for transgender people [396]
Daniela Vega 1989 Chilean actress and mezzo-soprano singer [397]
Rose Venkatesan 1980 Indian TV anchor [398]
Jennifer Ventimilia American television writer [399]
Venus Flytrap Thai pop group [400]
Anne Viriato 1997 Brazilian mixed martial arts fighter [401]
Lana Wachowski 1965 American filmmaker, producer, comic book writer, screenwriter, co-director of the Matrix films [402]
Lilly Wachowski 1967 American film and TV director, screenwriter, producer, comic book writer, video game director, video game writer [403]
Ramon Te Wake 1976 New Zealand television presenter [404]
Annie Wallace 1965 British actress, first transgender person to portray a regular character in British soap opera history [405]
Lachlan Watson 2001 American actor [406]
Brianna Westbrook 1984 American democratic socialist politician and civil rights activist [407]
Janine Wegman 1925–2007 Dutch musician and artist
Penny Whetton 1958-2019 Australian climatologist and environmental activist [408]
Blaire White American YouTuber [409]
Stephen Whittle 1955 British lawyer, writer, educator and transgender activist [410]
Raquel Willis 1990/1 American writer, activist, and Transgender Law Center national organizer [411]
Sophie Wilson 1957 British computer scientist [412]
Jia Qing Wilson-Yang Canadian writer [413]
Joanne Wingate 1960 English soldier [414]
Holly Woodlawn 1946–2015 Puerto Rican actor and performer [415]
Narcissa Wright 1989 American video game speedrunner and website creator [416]
Natalie Wynn (ContraPoints) 1988 American YouTuber [417][418]
Sophie Xeon 1986–2021 Scottish electronic musician [419]
Philippa York 1958 Scottish journalist and cyclist [420]
Marie-Pier Ysser 1935 French entertainer and academic [421]
Jake Zyrus 1992 Filipino he/him singer [422]

See also


Notes


  1. Rykener's gender identity is not fully substantiated and is the subject of some scholarly discussion.

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