Trans women are coming out of the shadows.
Many of them are just beginning their journey.
They are trying to prove themselves.
And there are a lot of challenges.
The world has changed.
We are in a world of people with different gender identities, which is very different to the one that existed before.
But as long as we keep our heads up and keep pushing, I am so optimistic, I really am.
It’s a long road.
Trans women say that they are being targeted by the police and the courts, but they are still in the shadows and trying to fight for their dignity and their safety.
Many say that discrimination and violence against trans people are part of the problem.
The latest figures show that the number of trans people in prisons, on probation or parole, has doubled in the past five years.
The problem is getting worse, and it’s getting worse by the day.
I think it’s fair to say that trans people have been put in a lot more danger, in some cases being beaten, than the rest of us.
I don’t know why.
I do know that the police are more likely to target trans women, and that the court system is more likely than not to allow for the prosecution of trans women for being trans, so I’m not saying that that’s the only reason.
I’m saying that it’s not the only thing that’s going on.
Many trans women are forced to choose between their safety and their dignity.
There’s also a very real risk of violence when being beaten.
It can be very difficult to identify where someone is and when they’re being beaten because they don’t have the same visibility as everyone else.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to go to a doctor and tell them what I had to do.
I would tell them that I had had a seizure and was unconscious, but I could not tell them the full story.
They could not see it.
I was very confused, because they could not even hear me scream.
I have a fear of needles.
And my breasts are not the same as they used to be, because I’ve been in and out of hospital.
There is also the risk that they will be taken away.
Many transgender women have been arrested.
Many times they are not charged.
Sometimes the charges are for simple possession of drugs.
In one case, a woman was charged with possession of cocaine.
This is a very serious crime, but you don’t see the media reporting on it very much.
You don’t hear much about it, because the authorities have a lot to hide.
There are a number of people who have been detained and have had their passports seized.
They have been in detention for days without access to legal aid.
One woman, a trans woman who is now 25, said that she was taken to the police station and told that she needed to go back to her own country and pay fines.
I know that there are some people in detention that are actually suffering, because of violence.
The women I know who are in detention do not feel safe.
I mean, the guards are often drunk and have a history of violence, but there are also some guards that are very aggressive.
I’ve met them.
They do not like the way that I look, but some of them will say, ‘I know that you look different.
I just want to touch you.’
I know how much they hate me, but in the end, I think that they have got to accept me for who I am.
Trans people do not have the right to be treated like criminals.
There has been a lot done to change attitudes towards trans people and to make them comfortable in society.
In 2015, the Government passed the Transgender Education Act, which made it compulsory for schools to teach trans students about the importance of respecting trans people’s identity and rights.
In 2017, the Scottish Government introduced the Transgender Friendly Schools Framework which set out ways in which schools can support trans students and provide them with a range of support services.
There have been a number positive actions by the Scottish government.
One of the key initiatives was the introduction of the Gender Recognition Certificate.
In 2018, the Equality Act was introduced, which will give people legal equality and gender recognition when they are registered in the gender recognition category.
The Equality Act is also helping trans people to have a voice in the Scottish Parliament.
In 2020, the Gender Identity and Sex Change (Scotland) Act came into force, which makes it illegal for anyone to discriminate against trans and gender diverse people.
It also gives transgender people the right, in certain circumstances, to change their name, gender and gender expression.
This was an important step towards equality, and there have been other positive initiatives.
In 2021, the NHS Scotland launched a comprehensive NHS consultation on gender identity and gender expressions.
It has also launched a new Gender Identity Project, which aims to create a national