INFLUENTIAL FACTORS FOR TRANSGENDER TO BECOME ENTREPRENEURS : A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO COIMBATORE DISTRICT
Keywords:Transgender, empowerment, entrepreneurs, economic succession, prospects and conglomeration
Transgender empowerment prolongs to be an unfinished ameliorated task-force. People rebelling gender custom have existed in every culture, pursuit and ethnicity throughout human life. Profession as commercial sex solicitors is a ticket attached to transgenders. Gender dysphoria cemented a means for social stigmatization of trans-community that has added up issues detested this smallest group having the largest risk. Transgenders empowering few activities can hold up to creativity, motivation to work, and increase their buoyancy in the public has fostered them to become entrepreneurs. Currently, refining their status in society and benchmarking new standards by breaking the stereotype these transgenders are in to entrepreneurial activity. Many transgender people familiarize a period of distinctiveness which includes better understanding of their self-image, self-reflection and self-expression. They have occupied themselves as a platform for economic succession and seem to have a significant increase in the prospects of transgender entrepreneurs proving worth than common masses and empower transgender conglomeration by establishing dignified livelihood opportunities.
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