Dimensions of Social Justice in Publications on Transgender Man. Narrative Review
The transgender man (HT) in the construction of his gender goes through unfair situations, all of interest to bioethics. Objectives: to identify and classify the empirical scientific production on transgender men in four databases, and to relate them to dimensions of Social Justice (SJ). Methods: narrative review following objective and search question, bibliographic search, study retrieval, systematization, selection, primary analysis, evaluation, thematic and sub-thematic analysis, in four databases (Pub-Med, APA, DOAJ, SciELO), in English and Spanish, published between January 2010 and May 2019, after validation of Health Sciences Descriptors: Transgender man and Hombre transgénero. Construction of emergent categories and classification by dimensions of SJ. Results: In the 79 documents there were 9 emerging categories (health, family, identity, diversity, discrimination, education, marketing, social and violence), where the JS manifests itself in 12 documents as distribution-distribution, in 8 participation-empowerment, in 33 protection- repair, and 26 recognition-integration. Conclusions: The four dimensions of JS embodied make up possible fronts in public policy, based on the real needs of T-men within a diverse emerging categorical panorama, in which Bioethics can cope.