India government puts out viral Facebook video in support of transgender women

19 June 2017 @12:07 | Mashable
An Indian government agency has made a public statement to protect its transgender hires, even producing a Facebook video to educate the public about discrimination. It's being heralded as a first in the country, where transgender women still face abuse and hostility from society. SEE ALSO: Here's why you should pay close attention to India's space program The 23 women will be working at a new Kochi Metro station in Kerala, south India. continue...


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