Thailand's toilets for transvestites


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8 thoughts on “Thailand's toilets for transvestites

  1. I think gender is a fluid concept with a very long continuum. Some guys who dress as women – in drag – and then go back to a male identity after the "show" are very different than those who actually believe themselves to be women trapped in a male body. (Same in reverse of course.. for women who are transgendered.)

    In general, I agree with you. No need for a third sex designation. What about intersexed people?

  2. Personally, I don't care if the transgendered people share the girls room. You look like a girl and you identify yourself with one, come on down and use the girls room.

    I'm sure somewhere in there some people still can't get comfortable with having genetic males share the restrooms with genetic females, doesn't matter if such males identify themselves as females. Hence, it's for THEIR sake that the transgendered bathroom is set up.

    On the bright side, at least the ladyboyds don't have to uncomfortably share the bathrooms with the guys anymore.

  3. I don't know about Thailand, but in Indonesia we face a very real problem not with discrimination in toilets but with discrimination in healthcare. Waria (the Indonesian equivalent of katoey) are processed according to their ID cards (male) into the men's wards in clinics and hospitals. When you live as a woman, that's no pleasure. So they avoid health care entirely. Result: extraordinarily high levels of untreated STI and HIV infection and much else.

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