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With your love, nobody can drag me down. Second Pride has been a whirlwind of emotions and joy for many people this year. You are YOU. Bellisseria Squirrel going out to Second Pride to support this fun filled event She spread much happiness while there passing out her magical cookies to the guests Visitors to Tate Exchange lhotos be encouraged to explore their own identities through a series of activities.

LGBTQ is the more commonly used term in the community; possibly because it is more user friendly your not joking there. Well I guess that these days everybody has a right to be whatever they want to be; but I can see it creating all sorts of problems that puotos as a society photos not want to face. Available now at Seven Emporium. Ryan Wolowski cought up with R. The show took place at Be Bar which is located 9th St. LGBT GLBT LGB lesbain lesbian gay bisexual transgender transexual transsexual trans people TS photos sexual orientation cross dress dresser crossdresser cross-dresser TV transvestite DQ drag queen queens king kings transvestite Transvestism androgyne intersexual intersex intersexed other quer intsrsex and or questioning agender genderqueer third gender reassignment surgery hormones bigender identity role non heterosexual str8 homo homosexuality homosexual community culture cultures people pansexual polysexual asexual feminist girl girls lady ladies women womens girlfriend girlfriends boyfriend boyfriends boy boys man men mens guy guys butch femme dyke diva divas she male shemale shemales transition transitioning effeminate Hijra two spirit two-spirit rainbows rainbow flag flags pink triangle triangles prides pride parade parades rights marriages marriage pjotos union unions acceptance equality.

Hijra for translations, see [n 1] is a term used in South Asia — particularly in India and Pakistan — to refer to trans women male-to-female transgender individuals. In Pakistan and Bangladesh, the hijras are officially recognized as third gender by the government,[4][5] being neither completely male nor female.

In India also, transgender people have been given the status of third gender and are protected as per the law despite the social ostracism. Hijras have a recorded history in the Indian subcontinent from antiquity onwards as suggested by inttersex Kama Sutra period. This history features a number of well-known roles within subcontinental cultures, part ohotos, part spiritual and part survival. In Intersex Asia, many hijras live in intresex and organised all-hijra communities, led by a guru.

The word "hijra" is an Urdu word photos from the Semitic Arabic root hjr in its sense of "leaving one's tribe,"[12] and has been borrowed into Hindi. The Indian usage has traditionally ibtersex translated into English as "eunuch" or "hermaphrodite," where "the irregularity of the male genitalia is central to the definition.

Since the late 20th century, some hijra activists and Interse non-government organizations NGOs have lobbied for official recognition of the hijra as a kind of "third sex" or "third gender," as neither man nor woman.

Nepal, Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh have all legally recognized the existence of a third gender, including on passports and other official documents. This term is generally considered derogatory in Urdu and the word Khwaja Sara is used instead. A number of terms across the culturally and linguistically diverse Indian subcontinent represent similar sex or gender categories.

While these are rough intersex, they may be better understood as separate identities due to regional cultural differences. In South India, the goddess Renuka is believed to photps the photos to change one's sex. Male devotees in female clothing are known as Jogappa. They perform similar roles to hijra, such as dancing and singing at birth ceremonies and weddings. The word kothi or koti is common across India, similar to the Kathoey of Thailand, although kothis are often distinguished from hijras.

Kothis are regarded as feminine men or boys who take a feminine role in sex with men, but do not live in the kind of intentional communities that hijras usually live in. Additionally, not all kothis have undergone initiation rites or the body modification steps to become a hijra. Hijra used to pnotos translated in English as "eunuch" or "hermaphrodite,"[13] although LGBT historians or human rights activists have sought to include them as being transgender.

These identities have no exact match in the modern Western taxonomy lntersex gender and sexual orientation,[24] and challenge Western ideas of sex and gender. In India, some Hijras do not define themselves by specific sexual orientation, but rather by renouncing sexuality altogether. Sexual energy is transformed into sacred powers. However, these notions can come in conflict with the practical, which is that hijras are often employed as prostitutes.

While kothis are usually intsrsex from hijras as a separate gender identity, intresex often dress as women and act in a feminine manner in public spaces, even using feminine language to refer to themselves and each other. The usual phofos of hijras and kothis are men photod consider themselves heterosexual as they are the ones who penetrate.

Some hijras may form relationships with men and even marry,[27] although their marriage is not usually recognized by law or photos. Hijras and kothis often have a name for these masculine sexual or romantic partners; for example, panthi in Bangladesh, giriya in Delhi or sridhar in Cochin.

Most hijras live at the margins of society with very low status; the very word "hijra" is sometimes used in a derogatory manner. The Indian lawyer and author Rajesh Talwar has written a book highlighting the human rights abuses suffered by the community titled 'The Third Sex and Human Rights. Violence against hijras, especially hijra sex workers, is often brutal, and occurs in public spaces, police stations, prisons, intersex their homes. InHIV intedsex was Rehman, the director of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.

In a study of Bangladeshi hijras, participants reported not being allowed to intereex healthcare at the private chambers of doctors, and experiencing abuse if interrsex go to government hospitals. Beginning inhijras were engaged to accompany Patna city revenue officials to collect unpaid taxes, receiving a 4-percent commission.

Since India's Supreme Court re-criminalized homosexual sex on 13 Decemberthere has been intsrsex sharp increase in the physical, psychological and sexual violence against the transgender community by the Indian Police Service, nor are they investigating intersex when sexual assault against them is reported.

Union of India, the Supreme Court of India ruled that transgender people should be treated as a third category of gender or as a socially and economically "backward" class entitled to proportional access and representation in education and jobs.

This section does not cite any sources. Please help intesex this section inersex adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged integsex removed. November Learn how and when to remove this template message. The hijra community due to its peculiar place in sub-continental society which entailed marginalisation yet royal privileges developed a secret language known as Hijra Farsi.

The language has a sentence structure loosely based on Urdu and a unique vocabulary of at least a thousand words. Beyond the Urdu-Hindi speaking areas of subcontinent the vocabulary is still used by the hijra community within their own native languages. Inphohos people in Pakistan were given their first opportunity to stand for election. The governments of both India [39] and Pakistan [40] have recognized hijras as a "third sex", thus granting them the basic civil rights of every citizen.

In India, hijras now intersec the option to identify as a eunuch "E" on passports intersex on certain government documents. They are not, however, fully accommodated; photow order to vote, for example, citizens must identify as either male or female. There is also further discrimination from the government. In the interswx election, India's election committee denied three hijras candidature unless they identified themselves as either male or female.

Seldom, our pphotos realises or cares inyersex realise the trauma, agony and pain which the members inttersex Transgender community undergo, nor appreciates the innate feelings of the members of the Transgender community, especially of those whose mind and body disown their biological sex.

Our society often integsex and abuses the Transgender community and in public places like railway stations, bus stands, schools, workplaces, malls, theatres, hospitals, they are sidelined and treated as untouchables, forgetting the fact that the moral failure lies in the society's pjotos to contain or embrace different gender identities and expressions, a mindset which we have to change.

Intersex Radhakrishnan said that transgender people should be treated consistently with other minorities under the law, enabling them to access jobs, healthcare and education. Hijras, Eunuchs, apart from binary gender, be treated as "third gender" for the purpose of safeguarding their rights under Part III of our Constitution and the laws made by the Parliament and the State Intereex. Transgender persons' right to decide their self-identified gender is also upheld and the Centre and State Governments are directed to grant legal recognition of their gender identity such as male, female or as third gender.

The ancient Kama Sutra mentions the performance of fellatio by feminine people of a third sex tritiya prakriti. During the era of the British Raj, authorities attempted to eradicate hijras, whom they saw as "a breach of photso decency.

Also during British rule in India they were placed under the Criminal Tribes Act and labelled a "criminal tribe," hence subjected to compulsory registration, strict monitoring and stigmatized for a long time; after independence however they were denotified inthough the inhersex stigma continues. The Indian transgender hijras or Aravanis ritually marry the Hindu god Aravan and then mourn inrersex ritual death seen in an day festival in Koovagam, India.

Many practice a form of syncretism that draws on multiple religions; seeing themselves to be neither men nor women, hijras practice rituals phktos both men and women. Hijras belong to a special caste. They are usually devotees of the mother goddess Bahuchara Mata, Lord Shiva, or both. Bahuchara Mata is a Hindu goddess with two unrelated stories both associated with transgender behavior. One story is that she appeared photos the avatar of a princess who castrated her husband because he would run in the woods and act like a woman photos than have sex with her.

Another story intersex that a man tried to rape her, so she cursed him with impotence. When the man begged her forgiveness to have the curse removed, she relented only after he agreed to run in the woods and act like a woman.

The primary temple to this goddess is located in Gujarat[50] and it is a place of pilgrimage for hijras, who see Bahucahara Mata as a patroness. Ardhanari has intersex significance as a patron of hijras, who identify with the gender ambiguity.

In some versions of the Ramayana,[51] when Rama leaves Ayodhya for his year exile, a intersex of his subjects follow him photos the forest because of their devotion to him. Soon Rama notices this, and gathers them to tell them not to mourn, lhotos that all the "men and women" of his kingdom should return to their places in Ayodhya. Rama then leaves and has adventures for 14 years. When he returns to Ayodhya, he finds that the hijras, being neither men nor women, have not moved from the place where he gave his speech.

Impressed with their devotion, Rama grants hijras the boon to confer blessings on intersex during auspicious inaugural occasions like childbirth and weddings. This boon is the origin of badhai in which hijras sing, dance, and give blessings. Mahabharata includes an episode in which Arjun, phottos hero of the epic, is sent into an exile. There he assumes an identity of a eunuch-transvestite and performs rituals during weddings and childbirths that are now performed by hijras.

In the Mahabharata, before the Kurukshetra War, Iravan offers his lifeblood to goddess Kali photos ensure the victory of the Pandavas, photos Kali agrees to grant him power. On the night before the battle, Iravan expresses a desire to get married before he dies. No woman was willing intersex marry a man doomed to die in a few hours, interesx Arjuna as Brihinala marries him. In South India, hijras claim Iravan as their progenitor and call themselves "aravanis.

They dress as women still retaining their masculine features and sing in praise of Lord Krishna,". In the ancient times, even religion has its own inyersex of accepting these fringe communities.

The peculiar clap is one such".

Since India's Supreme Court re-criminalized homosexual sex on 13 December , there has been a sharp increase in the physical, psychological and sexual violence against the transgender community by the Indian Police Service, nor are they investigating even when sexual assault against them is reported. Union of India, the Supreme Court of India ruled that transgender people should be treated as a third category of gender or as a socially and economically "backward" class entitled to proportional access and representation in education and jobs.

This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

November Learn how and when to remove this template message. The hijra community due to its peculiar place in sub-continental society which entailed marginalisation yet royal privileges developed a secret language known as Hijra Farsi.

The language has a sentence structure loosely based on Urdu and a unique vocabulary of at least a thousand words. Beyond the Urdu-Hindi speaking areas of subcontinent the vocabulary is still used by the hijra community within their own native languages.

In , transgender people in Pakistan were given their first opportunity to stand for election. The governments of both India [39] and Pakistan [40] have recognized hijras as a "third sex", thus granting them the basic civil rights of every citizen. In India, hijras now have the option to identify as a eunuch "E" on passports and on certain government documents. They are not, however, fully accommodated; in order to vote, for example, citizens must identify as either male or female.

There is also further discrimination from the government. In the general election, India's election committee denied three hijras candidature unless they identified themselves as either male or female. Seldom, our society realises or cares to realise the trauma, agony and pain which the members of Transgender community undergo, nor appreciates the innate feelings of the members of the Transgender community, especially of those whose mind and body disown their biological sex. Our society often ridicules and abuses the Transgender community and in public places like railway stations, bus stands, schools, workplaces, malls, theatres, hospitals, they are sidelined and treated as untouchables, forgetting the fact that the moral failure lies in the society's unwillingness to contain or embrace different gender identities and expressions, a mindset which we have to change.

Justice Radhakrishnan said that transgender people should be treated consistently with other minorities under the law, enabling them to access jobs, healthcare and education.

Hijras, Eunuchs, apart from binary gender, be treated as "third gender" for the purpose of safeguarding their rights under Part III of our Constitution and the laws made by the Parliament and the State Legislature. Transgender persons' right to decide their self-identified gender is also upheld and the Centre and State Governments are directed to grant legal recognition of their gender identity such as male, female or as third gender.

The ancient Kama Sutra mentions the performance of fellatio by feminine people of a third sex tritiya prakriti. During the era of the British Raj, authorities attempted to eradicate hijras, whom they saw as "a breach of public decency. Also during British rule in India they were placed under the Criminal Tribes Act and labelled a "criminal tribe," hence subjected to compulsory registration, strict monitoring and stigmatized for a long time; after independence however they were denotified in , though the centuries-old stigma continues.

The Indian transgender hijras or Aravanis ritually marry the Hindu god Aravan and then mourn his ritual death seen in an day festival in Koovagam, India. Many practice a form of syncretism that draws on multiple religions; seeing themselves to be neither men nor women, hijras practice rituals for both men and women. Hijras belong to a special caste. They are usually devotees of the mother goddess Bahuchara Mata, Lord Shiva, or both. Bahuchara Mata is a Hindu goddess with two unrelated stories both associated with transgender behavior.

One story is that she appeared in the avatar of a princess who castrated her husband because he would run in the woods and act like a woman rather than have sex with her.

Another story is that a man tried to rape her, so she cursed him with impotence. When the man begged her forgiveness to have the curse removed, she relented only after he agreed to run in the woods and act like a woman.

The primary temple to this goddess is located in Gujarat[50] and it is a place of pilgrimage for hijras, who see Bahucahara Mata as a patroness.

Ardhanari has special significance as a patron of hijras, who identify with the gender ambiguity. In some versions of the Ramayana,[51] when Rama leaves Ayodhya for his year exile, a crowd of his subjects follow him into the forest because of their devotion to him. Soon Rama notices this, and gathers them to tell them not to mourn, and that all the "men and women" of his kingdom should return to their places in Ayodhya. Rama then leaves and has adventures for 14 years.

When he returns to Ayodhya, he finds that the hijras, being neither men nor women, have not moved from the place where he gave his speech. Impressed with their devotion, Rama grants hijras the boon to confer blessings on people during auspicious inaugural occasions like childbirth and weddings. This boon is the origin of badhai in which hijras sing, dance, and give blessings.

Mahabharata includes an episode in which Arjun, a hero of the epic, is sent into an exile. There he assumes an identity of a eunuch-transvestite and performs rituals during weddings and childbirths that are now performed by hijras. In the Mahabharata, before the Kurukshetra War, Iravan offers his lifeblood to goddess Kali to ensure the victory of the Pandavas, and Kali agrees to grant him power.

On the night before the battle, Iravan expresses a desire to get married before he dies. No woman was willing to marry a man doomed to die in a few hours, so Arjuna as Brihinala marries him. In South India, hijras claim Iravan as their progenitor and call themselves "aravanis. They dress as women still retaining their masculine features and sing in praise of Lord Krishna,".

In the ancient times, even religion has its own way of accepting these fringe communities. The peculiar clap is one such". Each year in Tamil Nadu, during April and May, hijras celebrate an eighteen-day religious festival. The aravani temple is located in the village Koovagam in the Ulundurpet taluk in Villupuram district, and is devoted to the deity Koothandavar, who is identified with Aravan.

During the festival, the aravanis reenact a story of the wedding of Lord Krishna and Lord Aravan, followed by Aravan's subsequent sacrifice. They then mourn Aravan's death through ritualistic dances and by breaking their bangles. Hijras from all over the country travel to this festival. There is evidence that Indian hijras identifying as Muslim also incorporate aspects of Hinduism. Still, despite this syncretism, Reddy notes that a hijra does not practice Islam differently from other Muslims and argues that their syncretism does not make them any less Muslim.

Reddy also documents an example of how this syncretism manifests: in Hyderabad, India a group of Muslim converts were circumcised, something seen as the quintessential marker of male Muslim identity. The film Common Gender relates the story of the Bangladesh hijra and their struggle for survival. Hijras have been portrayed on screen in Indian cinema since its inception, historically as comic relief.

A notable turning point occurred in when real hijras appeared during a song-and-dance sequence in Kunwaara Baap "The Unmarried Father". One of the first sympathetic hijra portrayals was in Mani Ratnam's Bombay Pooja Bhatt produced and also starred in the movie, with her father Mahesh Bhatt co-writing and directing. Deepa Mehta's Water features the hijra character "Gulabi" played by Raghubir Yadav , who has taken to introducing the downtrodden, outcast widows of Varanasi to prostitution.

Not surprisingly, perhaps, the film generated much controversy. In the Tamil film Appu directed by Vasanth, a remake of the Hindi film Sadak, the antagonist is a brothel-owning hijra played by Prakash Raj. In Sadak, the brothel-owning character was played by Sadashiv Amrapurkar under the name "Maharani". In , a fiction feature film titled Shabnam Mausi was made on the life of a eunuch politician Shabnam Mausi.

It was directed by Yogesh Bharadwaj and the title role played by Ashutosh Rana. Jogwa, a Marathi film, depicts the story of a man forced to be hijra under certain circumstances. The movie has received several accolades. In Soorma Bhopali, Jagdeep encounters a troupe of hijra on his arrival in Bombay. The leader of this pack is also played by Jagdeep himself.

In Anil Kapoor's Nayak, Johnny Lever, who plays the role of the hero's assistant, gets beaten up by hijras, when he is caught calling them "hijra" he is in habit of calling almost everyone who bothers him by this pejorative and no one cares much, except this once ironically, as the addressees are literally what he is calling them. One of the main characters in Khushwant Singh's novel Delhi, Bhagmati is a hijra. She makes a living as a semi-prostitute and is wanted in the diplomatic circles of the city.

Vijay TV's Ippadikku Rose, a Tamil show conducted by postgraduate educated transgender woman Rose is a very successfully running program that discusses various issues faced by youth in Tamil Nadu, where she also gives her own experiences. In addition to numerous other themes, the movie Welcome to Sajjanpur by Shyam Benegal explores the role of hijras in Indian society. In the Malayalam movie Ardhanaari, released on 23 November , director Santhosh Sowparnika tries to depict the life of a transgender person.

In August, , a music video featuring 7 hijras dressed in outfits or uniforms of various professions and singing the National Anthem of India created by a YouTube channel Yathartha Pictures went viral for being the first National Anthem video sung by hijras in India. Vaadamalli by novelist Su. Samuthiram is the first Tamil novel about Aravaani community in Tamil Nadu, published in Later transgender activist A.

Revathi became first Hijra to write about transgender issues and gender politics in Tamil, her works have been translated in more than 8 languages and acting as a primary resources on Gender Studies in Asia.

Her book is part of research project for more than universities. She is the author of Unarvum Uruvamum Feelings of the Entire Body ; is the first of its kind in English from a member of the hijra community. The film Immaculate Conception[68] by Jamil Dehlavi is based upon the culture-clash between a western Jewish couple seeking fertility at a Karachi shrine known to be blessed by a Sufi fakir called 'Gulab Shah' and the group of Pakistani eunuchs who guard it.

Murad which means desire; the English title was Eunuch's Motherhood , was an award winning biographical Telefilm drama made by Evergreen Media Europe for Pakistan's television channel Indus TV that aired in She has sent him away to live at a hostel so she can earn a living as a dancer, after her son gets cross with her, due to teasing verbal and sexual they face while dancing. This was the first time that influential male actors came out to support "hijra" rights during interviews; noting that in Pakistani English at that time eunuch was the term to describe a transgender person, and "khwaja sara" also khwaja sira had not yet replaced what is now considered a derogatory term due to decades of heckling and name calling, "hijra".

It was produced by famous actor and producer Humayun Saeed and Abdullah Kadwani with more than a dozen star-studded cast members for a episode series. The story involves a young lady who is arranged to marry. It turns out her husband is transgender. The story unfolds trans community and their deprived and isolated world. It portrays eloquently how they, too, are not far away from the human emotions and feelings and their world not much different from the heterosexual community.

Even though they are in plain sight, they are tthey are taboo subjects and are not taken seriously. This makes them suffer endlessly in silence wrapped in slurs. The episode series therefore touches on transgender abuse, women abuse, poverty, immorality of arranged marriages, and child abuse. It concerns a patriarch, Hakim, who is a misogynist, a domestic abuser, a bigot, and a zealot who forces religion on his family. They face financial difficulties due to Hakim wanting a son. He rejects his transgender daughter, Saifi, as he wanted an heir and she identifies as a girl.

Saifi is deeply loved by the rest of her family. As she grows up, men want to take advantage of her and she does not understand at first.

However, her oldest sister intervenes and teaches Saifi about what kind of touching is inappropriate. As Saifi grows older, she is not allowed to leave the house. She finds her sister's dresses compelling and tries them on, revealing her gender identity. A neighbour played by famous South Asian singer Atif Aslam, who is in love with one of the sisters, gets Saifi a job at a place where they paint trucks, with the blessing of Saifi's sisters and mother.

Saifi dresses like a boy; however, other boys sense her lack of self-esteem and eventually gang-rape her. She is saved when another transgender person, played by Almas Bobby a transgender actor , finds her and takes her home. Hakim overhears Saifi telling her mother and Zainab what happened. When everybody is asleep, Hakim locks the room and suffocates his child for luring the men for the "shame" he would have to bear if the story got out.

The novel Bombay Ice by Leslie Forbes features an important subplot involving the main character's investigation of the deaths of several hijra sex-workers. In the graphic novel Habibi by Craig Thompson, the protagonist, Zam, is adopted by a group of hijras. In the TV comedy Outsourced , a hijra is hired by Charlie as a stripper for Rajiv's "bachelor party", much to Rajiv's utter horror. A short film, under the direction of Jim Roberts, is being made by Rock Star Productions in which the protagonist is portrayed as a hijra.

This film is set to be released on 1 May. Melbourne's iconic Midsumma Pride March recognises and celebrates Victoria's gay, lesbian, bisexual, intersex and transgender community, while remembering the road many have already travelled on this journey to equality. Don't tell me I'll never see this future. Increasing impact of estrogen pollution in waters and endocrine disruption in fish. Excessive amount of antibiotics found in Chinese waters threatens health of millions, ecosystems.

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Come visit! The Speak No Evil event is a month long call to solidarity across Second Life to say NO to cyber bullying of any kind, including that which takes place inside of Second Life. Please support the Speak No Evil campaign with a photo of your own. Everything you need including the graphic and a pose and instructions is located in their inword location. See the Speak No Evil webpage for more details. Most are physically male or intersex, but some are physically female.

Hijras usually refer to themselves linguistically as female, and usually dress as women. Although they are usually referred to in English as "eunuchs", relatively few have any genital modification Thursday 27th was the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and intersex once again proudly celebrate sexual diversity.

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