Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Socio-Economic Status of Transgenders
B.Anitha, Dr.Maduraiveeran, Dr.K.Sasikala
Transgender(TG) people are those who defysocial gender norms. Interms of LGBTQI rights, India's third gender has emerged as a powerful fashion. Transgender people come from all walks of lifeand face many of the same socio-economic challenges as everyone else does. This means that any organisational policy and practise has the potential to influence transgender people's experiences. Inrecent years, the government of India has implemented a slew of welfare policies and schemes aimed at improving socioeconomic economic conditions and constitutional protections for the TG population.This paper focuses on the social Econmic status of transgender people (TGs) and offers an overview of the current state of community participation. Only secondary data is used in the analysis. Secondary data is gathered from books, periodicals, academic journals, webpages, and official publications of the government and other organisations. By establishing and accepting transgender rights, India will beable to combat its current HIV/AIDS epidemic in a meaningful way, give impact to the human rightsof sexual minorities, and serve as a model for other countries to recognise gender-based rights. Toachieve these objectives, India must abolish existing discriminatory laws and enforce equal opportunitylegislationbasedongenderandsexualorientation.Formallegislationmustbeenactedin ordertobringabout substantive changes, and with the aid of civil rights advocates and unions, this legislation may very well follow in the foot steps of the recent Supreme Court decision in which transgender people are legally recognised as the third gender.
Socio-Economic Conditions,Transgenders ,Social Issues
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