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There’s no denying that workplaces have become far more inclusive than they ever were before. However, we still have a long way to go before people from all sectors feel safe and seen. People of color and even women still experience plenty of bias, but from my own experience as a trans woman, it feels at times like society is only at the very beginning of its journey towards acceptance.

Trans women make up the majority of trans people who face consistent discrimination. There are numerous accounts of trans women being laughed out of interviews and personal accounts of being bullied out of their jobs. Statistics show that one in four trans people have lost work due to transphobia.

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