Treatment of Transvestites in America Today Essay by jkr7979

Treatment of Transvestites in America Today
An overview of the discrimination and experiences transvestites go through in America.
# 1235 | 1,960 words | 10 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Feb 17, 2003 in Gender and Sexuality (Transgender) , Sociology (General) , Law (General) , Women Studies (General)


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This paper presents an overview of how transvestites are treated in America today, emphasizing their experiences with hate and discrimination, written in the first person.

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"They are called transvestites, and sell themselves on the streets in search of money and a future. In Salvador, Brazil, for example, there are almost two hundred transsexual prostitutes on the streets. (Kulick 5) They often live in humble one-room apartments, sharing broken down houses with other transsexual prostitutes. They support themselves mostly by prostitution, dressing as women and taking on female names, hairstyles, clothes, and even hormones."

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