Transgender equality should be considered equal to other civil rights. Unfortunately, the Transgender Rights Project reports that hate crimes against trans people continue to increase and are evident in the attitude and actions of some law enforcement officers. This is a shocking and unfortunate fact. The myth that all trans people are dangerous is absolutely false. Transgender Groups has a history of fighting for their rights, and are often the target of hateful incidents and attacks.
We support trans rights for everything
Transgender groups support the rights of transgender individuals to access quality education, employment, housing, health care, and more. Groups also fight for the enacting of comprehensive nondiscrimination laws, including employment. Discrimination based on gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion, or sexual orientation. Transgender college students face unique challenges when facing discrimination on campus or when going out as t girls team. Transgender students may be harassed or assaulted on college campuses by other students who don’t understand their transgender status.
A survey by the Transgender Rights Task Force found that transgender and gender non-conforming individuals are the subject of more bias and intolerance than any other group in the US. Some states, such as Illinois, already have comprehensive nondiscrimination laws protecting the rights of transgender people. However, many states, cities and businesses are working to enact similar protection for the transgender community.
Discrimination lies around the corner
Discrimination can occur in many areas, including health care, employment, education, housing, credit, legal services, etc. Some states, cities and counties have existing laws protecting the rights of transgender individuals. However, these laws are largely ignored by local and state officials. Transgender individuals face discrimination when trying to secure a mortgage or a credit card. When trying to rent an apartment or when applying for jobs. Trans people can also be fired from their jobs for reasons of sexual orientation.
Transgender equality also includes transgender and gay education. Students can be denied access to educational opportunities because of their gender identity. Also there are students in schools are often bullied or harassed because of their gender identity. Transgender students who are expelled from schools for reasons of sexual orientation face unemployment, financial and psychological consequences. Some workers who are discriminated against in the workplace experience high unemployment, poor job prospects and other forms of discrimination.
Public restrooms and areas should be treated carefully
Transgender individuals are the subject of widespread discrimination in public restrooms, locker rooms and other public accommodations. Transgender women are sexually mistreated by men in public restrooms. Many states, cities and local governments have rules and policies in place to protect against discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation. Transgender youth are also the victims of harassment and violence in public restrooms, locker rooms and other public accommodations.
Transgender equality includes the right to live, work and access public services without fear of harassment, violence or discrimination. These workers receive reasonable accommodations in the workplace, including restroom usage by both transgender and non Transgender individuals. Trans children are also vulnerable to violence and the verbal and physical expression of transphobic attitudes and behaviors. Transgender teenagers are subjected to violence and other types of discrimination due to their gender identity.
General concept of accepting a transgender person
Transgender equality includes increased social acceptance of transgender individuals and greater opportunity for employment for those who identify as Transgender. These individuals are under-represented in the work force. Transgender workers earn less than their non Transgender counterparts; studies show discrimination against Transgender individuals persists in the workplace. Transgender youth are the victims of violence and other forms of discrimination; these young people are victims of violence and should be taken care of by the trans community and by gay and lesbian organizations that serve the trans community.
Transgender equality also includes protection from employment discrimination
All on the basis of sex, medical history, gender, age, ethnicity and any other criterion that might be used to classify an individual as transgender. In addition, the state should prevent discrimination based on gender identity, whether or not the discrimination is related to a person’s transgender identity. Transgender students should be allowed to participate in sex-specific programs and events such as athletics and boy/girl scouts. These students should have access to restrooms, showers and locker rooms on a non-segregating basis with adequate notice and at reasonable intervals.
Transgender equality should ensure that all Transgender individuals are able to access public funds and benefits. Those that are designed to assist them in living as comfortably as any other person, should they choose to undergo a sex-reassignment procedure. Trans people should be allowed to use public toilets, change rooms and locker rooms as desired according to their gender identity. Transgender people should be recognized for who they are and given many of the same options for clothing, grooming and cosmetics that other individuals may have. Transgender people should not be excluded from participating in all federal laws that affect their sexual orientation and gender identity, such as Medicaid programs and the Americans With Disabilities Act.
The Transgender community has a long way to go when it comes to creating awareness about combating
Eliminating the Transgenderphobic violence that occurs within our communities. Transgender advocates need to continue to promote the causes and protect the rights of the Transgender community. Their advocates need to engage the members of the trans community in dialogue about the issues that face the Transgender community. Advocates need to create a culture of safety and empowerment within the Transgender community to ensure that the Transgender community will have the power and support it needs to survive and thrive.