The participants presented a range of different themes with heterogeneity being perhaps the overarching theme. This heterogeneity was evident in both the information the participants gave about themselves and also in their relation to the themes which emerged. This rather belies the assertion made by Person and Ovesey in 1974 that “To know one [trans person] was almost literally to know all” (p. 18). Such assertions in the historic literature about the homogeneity of trans people (and indeed other minority groups) have, as we have seen, been overturned by the current literatures of which, it is hoped, this monograph will form a part.