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Shane Fairchild (left) tells his friend Sayer Johnson that his late wife, Blue Bauer, was "the only person I ever met that ever treated me like I was me." StoryCorps hide caption

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Losing A Soul Mate And A Pillar Of St. Louis' Trans Community

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When Alexis Paige lost her job, she was afraid she would have to discontinue her estrogen treatments. That can't happen now under the Oregon Health Plan. Cree Jude Gordon/Courtesy Alexis Paige hide caption

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In Oregon, Medicaid Now Covers Transgender Medical Care

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In Preventing Trans Suicides, 'We Have Such A Long Way To Go'

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Lily McBeth Pioneered Classroom Opportunities For Transgender Teachers

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Can Changing How You Sound Help You Find Your Voice?

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Amy Landecker and Jeffrey Tambor are two of the stars of Transparent, in which Tambor's character comes out as transgender to her three adult children. Beth Dubber/Amazon Studios hide caption

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In 'Transparent', Transgender Issues Are A Family Affair

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Abhina Aher was born a boy biologically and is now a hijra, a member of an ancient transgender community in India. Of her painful physical and psychological transformation, Aher remembers now: "I just wanted to become a beautiful butterfly." Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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A Journey Of Pain And Beauty: On Becoming Transgender In India

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