A Review of Transgender People: A Challenge and a Solution
Purpose: Transgender people: what are they, and how do they vary from "typical" members of society? Interest in this topic is expanding across many economic and social domains. This research is part of a broader initiative to learn more about these people and their daily challenges. Design/methodology/approach: The literature review and experienced survey method are used to review the potential challenges faced by transgender people. The experienced survey involves asking questions of others who have dealt with the issue being researched. Due to the conversational tone, a formal questionnaire is unnecessary, and the researcher may have nothing more than a long list of potential study subjects. Findings: A transgender person directly articulates the study's difficulties. Several suggestions are presented on the governmental, medical, and social levels that may aid the effort to provide transgender persons with their basic human dignity and freedom of movement. Practical implications: Implications for public policy are discussed in light of the research on the transgender population. Barriers to transgender people's participation in mainstream society, such as healthcare, education, and employment, are highlighted. Every country needs policies that ensure transgender persons may transition in peace and safety. Originality value: The lack of visibility and acceptance of transgender people in the workplace is a substantial barrier to efforts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.