This paper will discuss the rise of the transgender civil rights movement, the problems in the judicial system, and the rights that should be afforded to transgender women. In part one, I will address the LGBTQA civil rights movement led by transgender women. In part two, I will address the transphobia in the prison system. In part three, I will address the lack of visibility of black transgender issues in the current black civil rights movement. In the fourth part, I will address whether there should be certain fundamental rights given to transgender women. In the fifth part of this paper, I will address the lack of adequate health care for transgender women. Lastly, I will address discriminatory housing practices towards transgender women.
Taylor J. House,
Is the United States Judicial System Failing Transgender Women? A Critical Overview,
Fla. A&M U. L. Rev.
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