I roto i te USA, there are laws about transgender discrimination in housing and at work. Trans people cannot be fired, refused employment, or turned away from housing because they are trans. Learn about transgender safety and rights at work and in housing. Find out where to get legal advice and help.
Specific transgender rights are different in each state. But there are some laws about transgender discrimination that are the same all over the USA.
Transgender discrimination at work
You cannot be harassed at work by your staff or other workers. hei tauira:
- People cannot make jokes or mean comments about trans people.
- People cannot use the wrong name or pronouns on purpose.
- People cannot ask rude questions about your body or gender.
You cannot be questioned or fired at work. hei tauira:
- Your boss cannot question your gender.
- Your boss cannot fire you because of you are transgender.
- Your boss cannot refuse to promote you because you are transgender.
You cannot be turned away from the bathroom. hei tauira:
- Your workplace has to let you use the bathroom you choose.
- Your workplace may not ask for documents proving your gender to let you use the bathroom.
Transgender discrimination in housing
tēnei wā, 20 āhua me te District o Columbia ture tautoko e mutu te whakahāweatanga transgender. Ki te haea koe te hoko taonga i roto i aua āhua ranei:
- e kore e taea e te iwi te ui e pā ana ki to koutou ira hōkakatanga ranei.
- People cannot turn you away because you are transgender.
- People cannot force you to leave because you are transgender. Ki te whai koe i te riihi kirimana ranei, it is legal for you to sta.
If you need to stay at a homeless shelter:
- People might ask your gender because men and women can be in separate rooms. You have the right to tell them whichever gender you identify as.
- People cannot ask for medical proof of your gender.
Trans people have been forced out of their homes and turned away from homeless shelters. One of every five transgender people is homeless sometime in their life. koutou pokapū hapori LGBT tata may help you find a shelter that is not listed online. The Ali Forney Center has transitional and emergency housing for LGBT youth in several states.
Many legal organizations take on cases for people who have experienced transgender discrimination. There are some legal organizations specifically to support the LGBT community.
- Lambda Ture ko te LGBT motu whakahaere āwhina ā-ture nui. te Lambda Legal helpdesk Ka taea e te arotake i tō take, me te hono atu koe ki māngai rohe.
- The ACLU is a legal organization that represents clients for free. It has programs for LGBT rights and represents LGBT people who have been harassed. taea e koe find a local ACLU affiliate in every state.
- The National Center for Transgender Equality works to protect all trans rights. It supports more than 80 organizations that represent trans clients. taea e koe find trans legal services in your state.
- Transgender rights and identification
- ngā transgender
- Transgender reassignment and transitioning
- LGBT: moe wahine, takatāpui, hapori taera rua me te transgender
- E mohio ana koutou tika hei manene
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