Story by Ajda Ender
Walking on the street is people’s right to life and is a social right.
Trans women’s right to walk on the street is being usurped.
The sexist hate crimes perpetrated by heterosexist dominant societies on trans women continue on the streets.
Trans women are fined for polluting and damaging the environment while walking on the street.
According to the misdemeanor law, trans women walking on the street are fined for polluting and damaging the environment.
The punishment imposed by the police on trans women is a hate crime and a violation of the right to life.
In societies, police torture trans women and usurp their right to life.
Trans women, whose social life rights have been usurped, are not allowed to walk on the streets in society.
It is against the law to punish trans women while walking on the street.
The punishment given to trans women walking on the street is against human rights.
Penal practice, which is against human rights and is a hate crime, is legitimized in society.
The punishment applied to trans women walking on the street is applied to usurp the right to life of trans women.
In societies where human rights are violated, the social and housing rights of trans women are being usurped.
Trans women, who are not allowed to live in their homes, are being usurped of their right to walk on the street.
Social and psychological torture is applied to trans women who are excluded from social life.
Trans women’s lives are threatened on the streets.
Due to the violence perpetrated by the society, trans women have to live under pressure and threats.
Societies are not developing in terms of human rights.
World societies need to improve on human rights.
Trans women who face sexist hate crimes cannot live in their homes or walk on the streets.
Trans women, whose social, health, housing and life rights are violated in societies, have to live in anxiety.
World societies should respect trans women’s right to life.
It is a crime to usurp people’s social and life rights because of their gender, and it is against human rights.
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