As transgender people continue to make their way through the world, the number of transgender Americans continues to grow.
The transgender population is now estimated to be between 1.2 million and 1.4 million people, according to a new report by the U.S. Census Bureau.
The study found that states with the highest transgender population rates have some of the highest reported rates of homelessness, suicide and incarceration.
States with the most transgender people in their states are California, New York, Illinois and Washington, D.C. In all, 10 states reported transgender people to the U, according the report.
These states have also experienced significant increases in the number and number of HIV diagnoses, including more than a 10 percent increase in New York and nearly a 4 percent increase among the state’s transgender population.
The rate of transgender individuals accessing healthcare has also risen significantly, according, with more than 50 percent of transgender persons receiving treatment in 2016.
While many of these state-specific findings are based on self-reported data, many of the findings are not.
While most states report that transgender people have been diagnosed with HIV, the actual number of people who have HIV has not been well-known.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the majority of people with HIV are not HIV-positive, but those who are are at high risk for the virus.
In the United States, approximately 10.5 million people are HIV-negative, and there are approximately 5,800 people who are living with HIV.
This number does not include the estimated 12,000 people who may have tested positive for HIV in the past year, and the number who have tested negative for HIV.
In the United Kingdom, it is estimated that over a quarter of the population is HIV positive.
However, there are also concerns about the rate of HIV infections among transgender people.
According the UNAIDS, one in five people living with gender identity disorder are estimated to have been sexually abused, and transgender people are more likely to be victims of violence.
While there are no national statistics for transgender people living in the United State, the prevalence of the condition in this country has been estimated at over 50 percent, according Tokelyn Brown, a clinical professor at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health and senior fellow at the Gender Diversity and Health Institute.
While these rates are not high, it does mean that a disproportionate number of trans people are living in poverty.
According Tokeyn Brown, the gender diversity and health institute, there is a need to understand how gender and sexuality intersect, Brown said.