In the U.S., 1.4 million adults identify as transgender.
Some dazzle in films and on stage. Some light up sports arenas. Some smash barriers in elections to public office.
And many are like the people Sean Ebony Coleman knows, “those folks in the Bronx just getting on the 2 train,” the ones whose security isn’t assured by high-profile visibility, whose rigors of daily life revolve around housing, food, a living wage.