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The authors conducted a qualitative study exploring the effects of cisnormative beauty standards on transgender women's perceptions and expressions of beauty. Twelve self-identified Caucasian transgender women completed a semistructured interview that provided descriptive data related to the women's perceptions of societal beauty standards. Analysis of the data revealed the following primary themes: Participants viewed the beauty of transgender and cisgender women as diverse or as encompassingdoi:10.22543/2766-0796.1009 fatcat:ankwvs774jd7vefdnyfhcntnoi