Argentina begins to write another page in its history, a much more inclusive and empathetic one. In the nation, the transvestite-trans labor quota is already a law, which contemplates that the three powers of the State, the public ministries and other organisms must occupy a proportion of not less than 1% of their personnel with transvestite, transsexual and transgender people. It also provides incentives for the private sector to comply with the regulations. It is explained by Paula Arraigada, activist and advisor in the Argentine Congress. .