Percepción de mujeres transexuales en labor de trabajadoras sexuales frente a situaciones de discriminación laboral en el Municipio de Ibagué
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In a society willing to frame and impose beliefs on people, implanting ways of being and living, there are many nonconformities on the part of groups of people who think that these regulations should not be established in a rigid way. This is how it is reflected in the binary conception that has been given to sexuality by society, where heterogeneity is established and sexual diversity is unknown, giving way to the exclusion and discrimination of people whose sexuality does not agree with the anatomical or biological determination of sex. This situation has become a current problem, where fear of the unknown or fear of something different leads to undue actions based on prejudicial and discriminatory beliefs. For this reason, it is fundamental to investigate the cases that occur in the municipality of Ibagué, bearing in mind that in a study carried out by Corpovisionarios (2009), on Citizen Culture in Ibagué, it is presented in the city that 55% of the population surveyed openly rejects non-heterosexual sexual practices, a quite alarming figure in which the constant violations of the human rights of the LGBTI community are reaffirmed. One of the groups within of this same community that is in a greater state of vulnerability are transsexual women, since their gender identity and expression becomes more visible before the eyes of the spectators, turning them into victims of oppression and constant discrimination. (Escobar, 2017).