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ruwaidmalik

Is there anyone from India and especially Pakistan? 

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Dev

I'm not sure if we have folks from that region in the forums.  You should also spend some time in our chat server on Discord - there tends to be a wider representation of countries there.

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Jani

Greetings Ruwaigmalik!  I glad to see you've joined us.  I understand Pakistan can be a difficult place to be transgender. Please join in the conversation and we'll do our best to offer any support you need.

 

Jani

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ruwaidmalik

Thank you so much for the warm welcome. First of all, I want to clarify my position. I don't know if am justified to be part of this forum or not. I am not a transgender. I am a writer and love to write social causes. I had written a piece on transgender and will love to write more. So, I joined this group to hear real issues of the transgender community. 

I other words, I want to highlight transgender issue in my country where these people are completely ignored and rejected. They are like hidden creatures and only work as beggars, sex workers and dancer in wedding functions. 

Previously, I write general stuff on Transgender rights in Pakistan. But, I want knowledge and facts so that I can highlight indepth issues for public awareness.

Forgive me if I am on wrong forum for this purpose.

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ruwaidmalik

Hey Charlize, Thanks for you shared link is not working yet. I want to share that Our governement has recently passed Transgender rights law in 2018. Although, its implementation will take a lot of time, in fact, years. Here in Pakistan, talking about this issue is a Taboo. I am trying to highlight this issue in my writings.

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