What utility does trans hold and carry forward at this politically and ecologically volatile moment, when increasingly prevalent legal restrictions are preventing trans people from accessing gender affirming and reproductive health care and seeking to disallow our presence in public life altogether? Taking an autoethnographic approach to exploring trans life and scholarship across generations, this essay poses trans*plantation as a framework for navigating complex questions about how life comes to be defined and whose lives come to hold value or not over time.

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