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    person truly are on the inside. Transgender men and women face discrimination from everyone including each other. With people telling them that “ that's not real” “you were born a boy, so I will address you as a boy”and the classical “ God made you who you are”. With discrimination, struggle for equal rights, freedom and a want to be accepted transgender people face hardships that in America we think don't exist…

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    Transgender people have existed in human culture for centuries. For instance, Elagabus, who was a third-century Roman emperor, would identify himself as a woman and would occasionally dress like one (“Transgender People”). Many people say they have never met or seen a transgender person, but they are really everywhere. Although some would say that the transgender rights movement is harmful to society, it is actually true that it is necessary and transgender individuals deserve equal treatment.…

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    “I 'm a transgender woman and I 'm part of D.C." Our nation’s population is very diverse in cultures, nationalities, beliefs, and personalities. While, these differences are inevitable and are often accompanied by – violence, discrimination, and racism. Moreover, society attempts to mold people into what they want them to be; instead, of letting them be what they wish to be. Among the many individuals fighting for acceptance and respected is the transgender community. The ad wants society to see…

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    killed should not be crossing the minds of people who are trying to do things that make them happy. Many transgender people live in constant fear of these things for simply being themselves, and doing what makes them feel comfortable in their own skin. The transgender community faces a lot of discrimination and progress is not coming as quickly as it is for the rest of the LGBTQ community. Transgender men and women, like homosexual men and women, meet many hardships after deciding that they want…

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    Transgender, what is that? Well, let me tell you the definition. Transgender is denoting or relating to a person whose self-identity does not conform unambiguously to conventional notions of male or female gender. My definition of transgender is basically a man that is now a female and female that is now male, nothing or relating to a person whose gender identity does not correspond to that person’s biological sex assigned at birth. Now let’s argue! The question is should transgender students…

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    Transgender People and Restrooms: Neutrality is the Best Policy College and university campuses have evolved over the years to provide safety and inclusion for its students of various backgrounds. However, a group of individuals attend school every day and are restricted from a basic human right: using the bathroom. Transgender students, or students whose gender identity does not conform to the gender that was assigned to them at birth, are susceptible to harassment and violence on campus…

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    Since most people believe transgender do not face true discrimination they do not think they deserve rights protected by laws; however, transgender face just as much discrimination for being who they truly as any other minority group, so therefore, they should be allowed to have government laws protecting their rights from being discriminated against just like any other minority group. That being said, the transgender movement has existed since the ‘50s trying to gain rights and recognition…

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    meaning of the word gender translates to people and their behavior and characteristics, whether masculine or feminine. Equally important when the prefix trans is added to gender and the word transgender is formed many people immediately think it is homosexual or transsexual in nature. The truth is transgender people are not gay nor do choose to have the characteristics of someone of the opposite sex. In other words Transgenderism is not a choice for these children. In the article “I am a girl”…

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    polarizing and frightening time for all trans people, as many realize the hard and unsafe road that lies ahead. The first feelings of solitude come when a trans person comes out to their family or friends. Many do not understand what it means to be transgender, and more often then not their reactions to their child or friend being trans is negative. Unfortunately, most do not have the benefit of a supportive family so they are left with two options; stay with their abusive and transphobic…

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    Chapter One Did you know that more than 50% of transgender minors have admitted to attempting suicide? How about that 82% of transgender youth feel unsafe or scared at school ? These statistics are high, too high. Transgender is defined as being a person who identifies with a gender identity that differs from the one which corresponds to the person's sex at birth, according to the Merriam Webster dictionary. Cisgender is defined as a person who identifies with the gender identity they were given…

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