55% of trans* youth report being physically attacked.
74% of trans* youth reported being sexually harassed at school
90% of trans* youth reported feeling unsafe at school because of their gender expression.
Let’s try… (Canadian Stats) Verbal Harassment 74% of trans students reported having been verbally harassed about their gender expression. 37% of trans students reported being verbally harassed daily or weekly about their sexual orientation. Physical Harassment 37% of trans students reported being physically harassed or assaulted because of their gender expression.
49% of trans students reported having experienced sexual harassment in school in the last year
90% of trans youth hear transphobic comments daily or weekly from other students and almost a quarter (23%) of trans students reported hearing teachers use transphobic language daily or weekly. Almost three quarters (74%) of trans students reported being verbally harassed about their gender expression.
One quarter of trans students reported having been physically harassed (25%) or having had property stolen or damaged (24%) because of being LGBTQ. Trans students were much more likely than sexual minority or non-LGBTQ students to have been physically harassed or assaulted because of their gender expression (37% compared with 21% for sexual minority students and 10% for non-LGBTQ students).
When all identity-related grounds for feeling unsafe are taken into account, including ethnicity and religion, more than three quarters (78%) of trans students indicated feeling unsafe in some way at school. 44% of trans students reported being likely to miss school because of feeling unsafe and 15% reported having skipped more than 10 days because of feeling unsafe at school.
Every 3 days a murder of a trans person is reported, and many murders are believed to go unreported. Hate crimes against trans people are common even recently, and “in some instances, inaction by police or other government officials leads to the untimely deaths of transgender victims.”
You know. Just for the sake of statistics and things.