Subjected to multiple discriminations, most "waria" or transwomen in Indonesia are trapped in a vicious cycle of poverty.
The right to adequate housing is a human right much overlooked, leaving many people homeless and vulnerable in a world where property is a highly valued commodity.
Many domestic workers in Indonesia still live in conditions that amount to slavery. Time to end this, starting from our own home.
Before accusing poor people of being lazy, this writer remind people that privilege is the stepping stone that got many to where they are today, instead of just 'hard work'.