...and the sixteen year-old French TS girl I saw on TV probably twenty-five years ago, whose peasant parents treated her like just another one of their daughters.
2006, Red Jordan Arobateau, Passage: Volume 9, Red Jordan Press (2006), →ISBN, page 1261:
She lives in this trans populated low-income hotel where a lot of TG/TS stay. Sure enough, a few days later she looks out the window of her room, across the way there's her boyfriend with this TS girl going into her apartment!
2007, Stuart Cooke, "One Night with Chinta", Meanjin, Volume 66 (No.1), March 2007:
There was a pause. For a moment I thought she had left the computer. But then she started typing again. She wanted to know if I knew she was a TS girl. A TS girl? What on earth was a TS girl?
2009, Shannon Leigh O'Shea, Blue Life…Pink Heart: What It's Like Being the Pink Sheep of the Family, The Mystery Girls Publishing (2009), →ISBN, page 260:
I've also known TS girls that lacked the adequate training or job skills needed to perform as a woman, or to attain the degree or status of transition they seek merely because they can't pass or find meaningful employment in their chosen gender.
2012, Rafiki Chemari, The Secret Society of TS Black & TG White, PublishAmerica (2012), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
Meanwhile, Frenchy put the new TS girls out on the street to work except for femme.
Noun: "a female child with a medical condition initialized as TS"
1987, H. Zellweger & S. R. Patil, "Chromosomal anomalies excluding Down Syndrome", in Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Vol. 6 (50): Malformations (ed. N. C. Myrianthopoulos), Elsevier Science B. V. (1987), page 546:
Certainly every TS girl who does not show spontaneous pubarche and menarche needs estrogen replacement.
1990, David E. Comings, Tourette Syndrome and Human Behavior, Hope Press (1990), page 239:
Here the parents of a TS girl were divorced because the father was a compulsive gambler and verbally aggressive.
Bhadrinath documented the successful use of olanzapine in a 16-year-old TS girl with coprolalia and SIB.
2000, R. G. Rosenfeld, "The Impact of Growth Hormone Therapy on Turner Syndrome", in Therapeutic Outcome of Endocrine Disorders: Efficacy, Innovation, and Quality of Life (ed. Brian Stabler & Barry B. Bercu), Springer (2000), page 67:
The use of medications to enhance growth and to stimulate pubertal development unfortunately can add to a TS girl's sense of inadequacy.
2005, Jennifer Batch, "Genetic syndromes and dysmorphology", in Brook's Clinical Pediatric Endocrinology (ed. Charles G. D. Brook, Peter E. Clayton, & Rosalind S. Brown), Blackwell Publishing (2005), →ISBN, page 116:
The peer and family support provided by such groups is an invaluable educational and emotional assistance for a TS girl and her family.