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Prevalence of suicide and suicidal behavior among transgender persons
The suicidal behavior and suicide attempt rates are reported to be significantly high among transgender persons compared to general population across the countries. Thirty-one percent of transgender persons in India end their life by committing suicide, and 50% of them have attempted for suicide at least once before their 20th birthday; however, the exact prevalence of completed suicide among transgender persons in the country remain undocumented. Forty-one percent of the transgender persons in the United States attempt for suicide at least once in their life. In San Francisco, the prevalence of attempted suicide among transgender persons is 32%, among young age (<25 years) it is 50%. Suicidality and self-harm behavior are serious problems among sexual minorities in Japan. Transgender persons are at higher risk for suicidal ideation and suicide attempts at Virginia. Fifty percent of transgender persons in Australia have attempted suicide at least once in their lives. In England, 48% of the transgender young people had attempted suicide at least once in their lives. The prevalence of suicide remains high among transgender persons irrespective of disclosing their transgender status to others and undergoing sex reassignment surgery.
The self-harm behavior among sexual minority including transgender persons is equally serious and impactful as suicidality; the forms of self-harm committed by the respondents are cutting on the wrists and other areas of the arms, burning oneself, pouring gasoline on oneself but not igniting it, hanging oneself, breaking glasses, cups and other objects on one’s head, fists and body, banging one’s head against the wall, excessive drinking, eating and drug use, harmful sexual behavior, joining crime, street gang and violent activities to purposefully drop-out from the life and society, etc.
Living conditions and salient features of the transgender persons
Rejection and lack of support from the families and society, gender dysphoria associated with extreme stressful experiences, child sexual abuse, early discontinuation of schooling, forced marriages, lack of livelihood opportunities, sexual and financial exploitation by the partner and police and rowdies, and lack of legal measures for protection are some of the characteristics of transgender persons. About 62% of the transgender respondents are either have problems with their family members, or they do not have any contact with their family members hence, they are living away from their families; they left their families because of ill-treatment, being not accepted as transgender persons and being felt embarrassed to live in the community; 56% of them have discontinued their education at either primary level or secondary level; majority of the transgender persons have opt sex industry and begging for their survival; 54% of them have the habit of consuming alcohol. Fourteen percent of the transgender persons consulted mental health professionals for their gender dysphoria mostly because they were referred by the general physicians and rest of the respondents have sought help at traditional healers and transgender community leaders; 31% and 15% of the transgender persons are at high risk for tobacco and alcohol abuse, respectively, and 26% of them are have severe depression. The transgender persons are forced to go out of their family and community; they are refused from education, employment and getting a house for rent; they stay at slums and many people under the same roof; they are ill-treated at health-care centers. All the transgender persons are belong to lower socioeconomic status have high level of perceived stigma, have poor social support from family, friends and significant others, and their level of perceived stress is high.