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Leia murele lahendus

Sa ei ole oma murega üksi. Siit leiad vastuse erinevatele diskrimineerimist puudutavatele küsimustele. Oleme siin selleks, et Sind aidata.

A person can identify themselves as the gender they feel they are

There are people among us who are born a boy but feel like a girl, or born a girl but feel like a boy. Their bodies just work like that! It doesn’t matter what someone is born as. All people are equal. Everyone is free to dress and act according to the gender they identify as. No one has the right to put such people down.

Toomas is a man who was born a girl. Let’s see how Toomas solves his problems.

Toomas was born a girl, but always felt like a boy. The games boys played always seemed more interesting. When Toomas grew up, he decided to consult doctors. The doctors thoroughly examined Toomas’ body. They found out that Toomas really does have reason to identify as a man. Doctors prescribed the necessary medicines for Toomas. The medicines made Toomas grow a beard. His voice became lower. Toomas started to look like a man.

Now, Toomas is looking for a new job. He finds a suitable company and sends his documents to them. The employer reads Toomas’s documents. Toomas is invited to the company for an interview. But the employer doesn’t know Toomas’ name. He also doesn’t know what Toomas looks like. The employer only knows Toomas’s ID code. Thomas has a woman’s ID code because he was born in a girl’s body. The employer expects a woman to come to the interview. When the employer sees Toomas, he’s a bit confused at first. Toomas really looks like a man. However, the interview goes well. The employer likes Toomas’ skills. Toomas gets a job in the company.

A person’s skills, knowledge and experience matter when it comes to work. All people are different. It doesn’t matter what you were born as. You are still a person equal to others! You can live the way you feel.