Hyderabad: Transgenders Turn Entrepreneurs, Begin Pickle Business Amid Pandemic
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The community members were brought together by the Trans Equality Society and are selling the items under the label 'Quickles'.
A group of transgenders in Hyderabad have turned entrepreneurs to make a living. The group, who lost but their sustenance, which was mainly begging and sex work, are now making and selling ginger garlic paste and pickles to make ends meet.
The community members were brought together by the Trans Equality Society and are selling the items under the label 'Quickly'.
"We want to work and earn a respectful living like everyone else. But people won't come forward to give jobs. Even if we get jobs, there is stigma at the workplace. So now, we have created our own jobs," Jasmine, the founder of the Trans Equality Society, told The News Minute.