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Transgender on the job: Employers, customers and economics through the eyes of four transgender people in the Louisville workforce

I definitely have those experiences where people look at me like I have bugs crawling out of my ears the entire transaction. It can be really hard to not just be like, ‘What the fuck is your problem? I’m here, you have to deal with me.’ I wanna be successful regardless of how I look.  At the same time, I’m me, and I’m gonna be me, and do me — I’m gonna do those things while being an awesome employee.”

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