Topline Report Our Health Matters: Indian Trans Men and Transmasculine Health Study
Community Report “The most important thing is that my parents have accepted me, it does not matter what society says”: Our Health Matters Report on Family Experiences
This report focuses on experiences of family support and rejection among trans men and transmasculine people who participated in interviews as part of Our Health Matters. The findings in this report support previous research indicating that family support and acceptance are critical for trans and non-binary people’s well-being at every stage of life.
Community Report “It felt great when I saw myself”: Our Health Matters Report on Gender-Affirming Health Care for Transmasculine People
This report focuses on gender-affirming health care among trans men and transmasculine people who participated in interviews as part of Our Health Matters. The findings in this report outline the processes in accessing gender-affirming health care, from finding information on providers to achieving their transition goals.
As a first step in developing Our Health Matters, we conducted consultations with trans men and transmasculine people in three cities (Bangalore, Mumbai, and Delhi). Read this report to find out what they said about priorities for trans men and transmasculine healthcare, mental health, family acceptance, and more.