THE LADYBOY IN THAILAND ON THE LEFT OF THIS PHOTO
SOMEHOW REMINDS ME OF PRINCE HARRY\S WIFE IN THE ROYAL FAMILY IN UK…THE FORMER TV STAR IN USA! A FEMALE IN USA OF MIXED BLOOD! LOOK AT THIS PHOTO AGAIN, THE FACES LOOK SO ALIKE!
SPECIAL NOTE: My mother, who died when I was a baby, came from Thailand…and growing up some people in the village would call me Siamese Boy…anyway I happened to find an incredible movie made in Thailand based on the life of a young BEAUTIFUL BOXER who boxed all the way from an unknown village to the national capital of Thailand…all because he wanted to save money to have a sex operation to become a female…he did and is today a wellknown personality, movie and tv star in Thailand…watch the movie BEAUTIFUL BOXER…ladyboys are boys who want to dress and live like females, and some could not afford the expensive SEX REALIGNMENT SURGERY…many are born ladyboys and are attractive and work in top class entertainment centers in Thailand…unfortunately some of them become prostitutes for white men from the west…you wonder why many western white men choose to spend their holidays in Thailand…well documented by news reporters from around the world…including white Americans taking advantage of young innocent poor girls from poor families from rural areas in Thailand…ladyboys are popular in many night clubs and best entertainment centers in Thailand and many white tourists take advantage of them…most importantly ladyboys are an accepted part of Thai culture…some choose to be ladyboys, others, with money, will go for sex change to become full females!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Steve June 21 Summer Solstic USA
The secret life of Thailand’s ladyboys from Muslim majority southern provinces
Transgender women in Thailand are more accepted than in Malaysia or Indonesia, but those who live in the southern provinces feel obliged to hide their gender identities at home, only letting their hair down in places like Bangkok and Pattaya
Monday, 11 June, 2018,
Whenever Ardulmalik Maskul returns from Bangkok to her hometown in Pattani province in southern Thailand, she undergoes a transformation. She removes her make-up, changes into trousers and begins to mind her manners. Mostly, though, she doesn’t leave the house.
Asan Sohoh engages in similar sartorial subterfuge on her return visits to Pattani. “I don’t want to embarrass my parents,” she says.
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Ardulmalik and Asan are practising Muslims and they’re also transgender women. “It’s very difficult to be like us,” Ardulmalik says in English. “In Pattani it’s a big bad thing to be transgender.”