Monday, August 13, 2012

And The March Goes On

For all the trials and tribulations that American cross-dressers think they've endured, the LGBT in other parts of the world -- most notably Asia and India -- have a much different ordeal: there are no part-time accomodations; they live it 24/7.

So when they stand up to be counted, we should at least heer them on!
In the past ten years there have been strides in equality in many of those countries; Thailand Universities began to recognize and accept "lady-boy" students; India began to provide temp work for Hirjas, and trans-coalitions have been forming and strengthening throughout the Asian pacific.
Vietnam, a generally passive society, just had its first LGBT parade
Nepal LGBT supporters take to street

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