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Name 1Student's Name Instructor's Name Course Code and Number Assignment Due Date Transgender Rights As the world starts to gradually recognize the civil rights of the queer community, such as the protective laws and marriage equity, the push for transgender rights is turning out to be more of issues, albeit enormous progress is still needed. In the current world, the binaries and gender roles that are being depicted as others have caused typical problems for the transgender community. Transgender community encounters a significant number of issues, such as interacting with intolerance on a day-to-day basis, segregation from gender-specific sports, lack of acknowledgment in schools, and discrimination at place of work. The combination of these factors works to degrade any individual who fails to fall in the strict limits of the compact binary of cisgender. The values in traditions have excluded the "others" who do not fall within the acceptable bracket. It has left them struggling as well as behind to survive. The driving force for fundamental liberties is a vital element since it shows a difference between life and death. Therefore, the rights of a transgender individual in modern society has been an issue. For the transgender community, the use of pronouns of their preference is essential to them, and the changing of gender before the consent age of 18 yearsis a critical factor for many parents. Still, there should be moderate enforceable law for regulating the use of pronouns among the transgender community.
Name 2Pronouns and Transgender Rights Pronouns are essential because they are connected to gender expression. In this case, gender expression can be deemed as the external manifestations of gender demonstrated through an individual's name, pronoun, clothing, behavior, and biological features. Pronouns are important in society because, other than people's names, they assist in identifying people (Stevens 149). The correct use of pronouns supports people, especially those in the transgender community, to feel affirmed in their gender since people are being referred to andperceive in a manner they think represents them (Beemyn and Rankin 152). Pronouns are among the forms of gender expressions, and their use correlates to transgender rights. Transgender rights can be people whose gender expression or right fails to imitate the social assumptions for their assigned sex at birth. For the transgender community, the common pronouns or gender-neutral pronouns are zepronounced as zee, s/he pronounced as shu-hee,and hirmarked as her (Stevens 149). The pronouns are important because they affirm the identity of transgender and help to refer to individuals in the intersex community, the people whose birth was characterized by anatomy that not easily classified as female or male (Stevens 149). The usage of the pronoun is an issue for trans people as they feel their wishes are respected when pronouns are used for their self-description. Therefore, the use of gender-

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