Transgender identity or expression
Gender identity and gender expression are defined by law as someone who does not define themselves as female or male or express through their clothing (or in any other way) that they belong to a gender other than the one they were registered as at birth. The concepts include a person's mental or self-perceived gender image and how someone expresses what can be called their social gender, for example through clothing, body language, make-up or hairstyle.
Source: Diskrimineringsombudsmannen (DO).
Friday Knowledge - Theme: LGBTQ+ at work - what role does company policy and legislation play in promoting LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace?
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FREDAGSKUNSKAP:A WORKPLACE BEYOND GENDER - TRANS AND INTERSEX PEOPLE IN A GENDER-SEGREGATED LABOUR MARKET 2021-03-26
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