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Hi all,

I am looking for information on any Hindu religious crossdressing sects or cults that crossdress as gopis. I am a M to F to crossdresser who would like to convert to Hinduism and worship God (Lord Krishna) crossdressed as a gopi. I want to be tranformed though surgery into a woman. Also does anyone here know how I could contact the Indian sakhi bekhi sect? I know that the sakhi bekhis crossdress as gopis to worship Lord Krishna. I have a great desire to join the sakhi bekhi sect but, I need help contacting them.

Thank you

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Hi

That's not something one runs across daily, but I have heard of something like this...

Google may turn up something for you; I'm not sure if you'll find it here in the USA however.

Best of luck!

BTW - Welcome to Laura's Playground!

Love, Megan

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Thank you Megan,

I have tried to Google sakhi bekhi sect with no luck. I guess that I will have to travel to India to find this sect and join them!

Thank you for the worm welcome.

Love gopi

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