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These are the core obsessions that drive our newsroom—defining topics of seismic importance to the global economy. Our emails are made to shine in your inbox, with something fresh every morning, afternoon, and weekend. In Iran, homosexuality is a crime, punishable with death for men and lashings for women. But Iran is also the only Muslim country in the Persian Gulf region that gives trans citizens the right to have their gender identity recognized by the law. In fact, the Islamic Republic of Iran not only allows sex reassignment, but also subsidizes it. Before the Islamic revolution in Iran there was no official government policy on transgender people.

From pariah to demi-god: transgender leader a star at massive Indian festival

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Lip-syncing to a song from Bollywood film Devdas, the performer has white pupils and a haunting aesthetic to match. The lights at the Deansgate bar dim as the silhouette of a woman in a traditional Indian sari appears at the centre of the stage. We soon learn the woman behind this brilliant cluster of cultures is Yvy DeLuca, a self-proclaimed 'Bollywitch' and trans art performer. When she's not bewitching audiences, Yvy works in the health sector and is also an author and advocate for equality.

Great Read: How a transgender man tries to honor his Muslim faith

In the Indian subcontinent , Hijra [n 1] are eunuchs , intersex people and transgender people. In Pakistan , they are called Khawaja Sira, the equivalent of transgender in the Urdu language. Hijras are officially recognised as third gender in the Indian subcontinent, [5] [6] being considered neither completely male nor female.
Khurai opened the first beauty salon run by a trans woman in Manipur, thus leading the way for many others to open up their own salons across the state. A cinematographer by profession, Nagpaul has spent years as a gender activist with his organisation Sampoorna, a network of trans and intersex Indians. Kalki Subramaniam is a trans rights activist and has led the way by being a successful entrepreneur. She was the first trans woman to star as a lead in an Indian movie.