Transmisogyny refers to the interconnecting discrimination of misogyny and transphobia, particularly as experienced by trans women and transfeminine people. Some scholars and activists have also expanded the term to incorporate the intersections between sexism and cissexism more broadly. Transmisogyny describes the misogyny and sexism faced by trans women and transfeminine people that may not be experienced by cis women, while simultaneously describing aspects of transphobia and cissexism that may not be experienced by trans men and transmasculine people. The term transmisogyny, also written trans-misogyny or trans misogyny, was coined and developed by Julia Serano, a trans activist and writer, in the 2000s. She explored the oppression of trans women through popular culture, activism, and academia by outlining significant concepts such as transmisogyny, now widely ...

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