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discrimination speech 1.pdf

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We live in a country where diversity and tolerance are suppose to set the example for the rest of the world, with many laws that protect our human rights. Yet many people are still being discriminated against, and transgenders are just one example. Unfortunately, a good portion of society does not understand what it
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means to be transgendered, and many more are often misinformed about it. Because of this, many people react negatively, which means they are more likely to discriminate against what they don’t understand. When a person identifies themselves as being transgender, it means that they feel that their biological gender does not
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reflect the gender that they feel psychologically. The technical term for transgender is "gender dysphoria" or "gender identity" which involves a conflict between a person’s physical or assigned gender and the gender which he or she identifies with. The article "transgender employment discrimination" by Katie Koch and
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Richard bales focuses on many specific cases of employment discrimination against transgender individuals over many years.
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