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Exclusion In Inclusion: Trans Exclusion In Indian Corporate Culture

  Nov 11 2021 | admin

Since early memory, I have felt an unease with my body. Once I even told my parents that I feel like this body is not mine. Everyone laughed at my so-called childish thoughts. But no one knew I was telling them the truth. I was in a dilemma, knowing something is not right, but no one was there to talk and help me understand my experience. The constant struggle with feeling confused on the inside and the bullying in school became part of my life. While I loved playing with girls, I was restricted by the social norms. I started keeping myself locked in my room and played with my toys. But that was also not enough to keep my family’s taunts away.