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What is your first reaction when you come across a Eunuch or transgender or in Indian context ‘kinnar’, ‘hingra’, or a ‘chakka’?, One runs away from them or at most gives them a handsome amount of money to get rid of them but the impression every citizen of this worthy country carries is that “they are a stigma on the society”. Why are they considered a stigma?,

As they are Unacceptable part of the society because they don’t live like a normal human being or to be precise they don’t have normal sexual orientation, is this impression correct?

A transgender is a normal Human being capable of fulfilling all his duties as a citizen of a country. A normal human baby male or female is always born with both male and female hormones, the exposure which they get lead to decide there feelings as a male or female. A person who has been exposed to more female domination from his tender age develops feelings as a female and starts feeling like one and in his adolescents age wants to fulfill his desire by dressing like a female, carrying the same attitude as a female does, which is very much unacceptable by the society at large. This ill attitude of people towards them forces them to test there gender identity. 

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