ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Status of Transgender Persons in Odisha

‘We Were, Are, and Will Remain Discriminated Against’

That transgender persons are discriminated against and victimised in society has been widely recognised. However, in light of progressive judicial and state interventions, has the status of transgender persons improved? Through an analysis of narratives of transgender persons, with respect to their sociopolitical position, economic security, political participation, and health services available to them, an attempt has been made to understand the living conditions of transgender persons in Odisha, and provide a qualitative account of their status in society.



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