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Transgender Equality

Before I begin this blog I would like to say that this blog post is in no way intended to offend anyone of any gender. This entry was written as an outlet to discuss the topic of transgender people and poses questions that deal with equal rights for transgender people. The entry looks at various areas of discrimination against transgender persons as a way of addressing the issues they face and examining how the public views this discrimination and if they feel it is justified.

Should Transgender people have the same rights as other citizens?

For many people, the answer to that question is a quick and obvious yes, but for far more people than you would like to believe the answer is a definite No!  Many would ask, why not? All humans should have the same rights, unless those rights have been evoked due to a crime or other offense committed by that person. But for many people the transgender lifestyle is still a taboo topic and the thought of accepting this lifestyle as a normal way of living is unacceptable.

After all, the decision to live your life as something other than what you were born as is merely that, a decision…right? It has been said over and over again that being transgender is not normal and that often deceptive lives many transgender people live is the cause of much of the harsh and sometimes deadly treatment they receive.

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BGT’s Betterment Journey (Post II: Don’t Call Your Boss a Racist liar (even if she is one)

Come along with me on my journey to becoming a better person…….

You can read post I of the Betterment Journey here

Recently I attended an award ceremony at my job where I was one of the employees being honored. I even got the opportunity to walk across a makeshift stage and shake the President’s hand (yay me)  This was an event that I had no intention of attending mainly because I don’t care for my place of employment. Not only do I not care for the place, I have had very negative thoughts about various people here that included punches to the face and slaps across the lips….yes it is that serious.

I have had some serious issues with some of the people here and when it escalated to its highest peak I almost lost complete control. Had I not been saved I would have laid down my religion (my pastor doesn’t like that quote lol) and most likely I would have been taken out of the place in handcuffs.

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