For centuries, gender-variant people have been called many names, several of them derogatory, but today “transgender” is the most widely recognized descriptor. The meaning is constantly evolving but can include people who physically transition, people who are intersex, people who consider themselves nonbinary, and people who do not physically transition but do not identify with the gender assigned to them at birth.
Many gender nonconforming people use they, their, them as preferred pronouns.
The state of Wisconsin has also reinstated its insurance exclusion for trans-related coverage. Two transgender women have filed a lawsuit claiming the denial of treatment violates Title VII and Section 1557.