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Note that an older term now considered more outdated would be transsexual, which is often used in older contexts up until fairly relatively recently.
They're often used as a source of interesting Conflict in a story, partly because their coming-out stories can depict change very visually.Also contrast Easy Sex Change; though it has at least a of realism, it minimizes or ignores many physical, psychological, and/or social complications of sex change. Also see Trans Equals Gay for common misconceptions. Transgender people (trans for short) are those whose gender, meaning their innate mental blueprint of how male or female they are or aren't, doesn't match their physical looks and/or the gender they were assigned at birth.(Which is why in nearly all countries, a birth certificate will now say "sex" instead of gender, leaving it up to the individual to find out instead.) Gender falls on a big gradient — some people are strictly male or female, and others have aspects of both, or are neither.In live action movies, trans people are almost always played by either a cis man or a cis woman, as opposed to a actual trans actors, which doesn't exactly do wonders for visibility.
Sometimes, two different actors are used before and after the transition.
As a matter of fact, there is still a lot that isn't understood, and because research on the subject is always yielding new discoveries in relatively quick succession, in addition to shifting societal norms and growing understanding that even biology isn't as cut-and-dry as it once was thought to be.
It's best to keep an open mind as previously rigidly held, commonplace ideas are constantly challenged.
Rarely does a female character end up inhabiting a male body.
Stereotypes and caricatures of trans women in the media can range from heavily masculine-bodied people wearing unflattering budget dresses and wigs, to highly attractive and feminine women whom men fear.
Contrast Gender Bender, which is a trope about characters changing to another sex through magic or Applied Phlebotinum.