How does trans-genders earn their living in your country? Are they allowed to do job like normal human beings?
In my country no step has been taken for the upliftment of trans-genders.I have never found any trans-gender doing a job,because they are not given job.They beg in general or sleeper class train compartments ,take money on festival or when a child is born by clapping their hands in a peculiar style.They are very abusive if you do not give them money and can put their lower clothes down to embarrass you,touch your genitals or may kiss you if you do not give them money.
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your question is disgusting. How dare you suggest that a transgendered person is not "normal human being". You make me sick!
Answered By: Jamie - 12/30/2009
Answered By: James! - 12/30/2009
Transgenders in the United States are not fully accepted yet by some people. The ones I've met have a normal job in the day time, by night they dress up and have their night jobs at night clubs, strip bars, plays, and festivals. Some do prostitute themselves. Only the low class transgenders do become verbal abusive and... More
Answered By: Trick or Treat - 12/30/2009
I have never heard of a transgender person that does that... More
Answered By: Supernerd - 12/30/2009
In my country, Canada, trans-gendered people earn their living just like anyone else. They are certainly allowed to have any job they wish to apply for, if they have the proper qualifications and pass through the interview process like anyone else. Of course you're going to have people who dislike them because, from... More
Answered By: Ashyn - 12/30/2009
Maybe if they were not treated so badly to start with they would not be so prone to the degrees of degradation to get money to live. Why can't they have jobs? Your sexual preference or lifestyle does not affect your quality of mind or work. If they were treated with respect they would give it back instead they are... More
Answered By: Girly Girl - 12/30/2009
The few transsexuals I know work for a living just like everybody else. Different occupations depending on individual talents and inclinations, some work in the sex trade many don't
Answered By: nehkbet - 12/30/2009
Your country sounds like pure hell. All those poor transsexuals! Your government needs to be assasinated immediately!!! I have no idea why you say the transsexuals of your country to these disgusting things, but only a FEW transsexuals do this. Transsexuals are suffering EVERYWHERE in the world, and even worse in... More
Answered By: Vanessa - 12/30/2009
well listen to this one. im a half breed, was born. male and female. i can dress either way, and u couldnt tell wat i was. since my miscairiage. my b****t got huge. and people give me a hard time. i have a job. but they dont understand wat i am. not fair to me i was born this way. well this summer im going to a doctor... More
Answered By: 9837591703947 - 12/30/2009
well a transgenders almost beat the crap out of me.....i had shades on ok i couldn't see. i said holy crap that a big woman i kept staring. .. and she/he started yelling screaming throwing stuff at me in the mall haha. to be honest i don't think there is no home for a transgenders in America, people are just so... More
Answered By: rated RkO - 12/30/2009
I'm assuming from your name (Pratyush) that you live somewhere in the Indian Subcontinent. In which case I am not surprised, because it's not like in those countries any steps have been taken for the "upliftment" of anybody, transgender people included.
Answered By: Valentin - 12/30/2009
I am a medical imaging professional and work in a hospital. My employer was quite supportive when I transitioned several years ago.
Answered By: Leah - 12/30/2009
The problem is more one of being considered abnormal, and from what you say, they ACT abnormal and thus are persecuted. In general, people do NOT take kindly to exhibited abnormality. SOME TG's in the US have been quite successful. One male to female, Candis Cayne ( http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0147307/ ), acted on a TV... More
Answered By: rowlfe - 12/30/2009
i'm sorry to hear that conditions are so abominable in your country. though things are a long way from perfect here in the usa...i am transsexual and i live a fairly "normal" life... More
Answered By: pj - 12/30/2009
I am a transsexual woman I am the V.P. and General Manager of a chain of women apparel stores, that is owned by my husband and my sister in law.
Answered By: Koryn - 12/30/2009
I live in the USA and program computers. When I begin living full time as a woman, I expect to continue in my current job.
Answered By: Judy - 12/31/2009
It sounds as though you are talking about a program I watched on Eunuchs blessing Marriages and births in India. It was sad to see the way they were treated. I have worked for the last 33 years erecting Structural Steel on heavy industrial and commercial projects.
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