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I can still remember the first ladyboy I saw in Thailand. She was beautiful. Her black hair was silky smooth, not a strand out of place. Her makeup was flawless, complete with the perfect winged eye liner that I can never manage get just right. A form fitting white dress hugged her curves and she rocked her high heels with confidence.

Even now, after seeing dozens of ladyboys, they continue to fascinate me. These beautiful creatures are far more graceful than I could ever be. Prowling the streets at night with their swaying hips, perfect pink pouts, and come hither eyes.

However, despite the stigmas surrounding ladyboys, they are not all prositutes or sex workers out to trick tourists. Ladyboys are transgender or transvestite individuals who are commonly found in several southeast Asian countries including Thailand. These individuals often can be found working in beauty salons, shops, restaurants, and in tourist entertainment including ladyboy shows.

We found where to get our tickets, bought them, then walked around a bit before going in about 20 minutes early to get good seats. One ladyboy was quick to seat us, bring us each a beer, and playfully ask if we had something a little extra for her. She shamelessly pulled down the top of her red dress, exposing everything inside including the few baht she already had tucked away. We added to her collection and she smiled at us, leaving us to enjoy the show. Our group had a table in the front, with the boys in prime seating to get some extra attention- and wow, did they ever.

This seems like a must do in Thailand. I used to live with several drag queens, so I know how annoying it is when men are better at make up and heels that you Still a fun night out though. Thanks for sharing.

Around 100 talented ladyboy performers dressed in decorative and extravagant costumes will present you the stories of various cultures through their astounding musical and dance performances, so get ready to embark on an incredible journey throughout the world!

With state-of-the-art lighting systems, spectacular props and stages, as well as a new generation of highly-talented ladyboys, get ready for a night of glitz and glamor as they captivate you with their amazing choreography and song routines!

Although kathoey is often translated as 'transgender woman' in English, this term is not correct in Thailand. As well as transgender people, the term can refer to gay men, and was originally used to refer to intersex people.[4] Before the 1960s, the use of kathoey included anyone who deviated from the dominant sexual norms.[5] Because of this confusion in translation, the English translation of kathoey is usually 'ladyboy' (or variants of the term).

In Thai cities such as Bangkok, there are currently two to three gender-affirming surgery (GAS) operations per week, more than 3,500 over the past thirty years.[13] With the massive increase in GASs, there has also been an increase in prerequisites, measures that must be taken in order to be eligible for the operation. Patients must be at least 18 years old with permission from parents if under 20 years old.[14] One must provide evidence of diagnosis of gender dysphoria from a psychologist or psychiatrist. Before going through gender reassignment surgery, one must be on hormones/antiandrogens for at least one year.[14] Patients must have a note from the psychiatrist or clinical psychologist. Two months prior to the surgery, patients are required to see a psychiatrist in Thailand to confirm eligibility for gender-affirming surgery.

Many kathoey work in predominately female occupations, such as in shops, restaurants, and beauty salons, but also in factories (a reflection of Thailand's high proportion of female industrial workers).[17] Discrimination in employment is rampant as many perceive kathoeys as having mental problems and refuse to hire them.[18] For this reason, many kathoeys are only able to find work in sex and entertainment industries.[18] These sorts of jobs include tourist centers, cabarets, and sex work.[18] Kathoeys who work in the tourism sector must conform to a physical image that is preferred by tourists.[18]

Legal recognition of kathoeys and transgender people is nonexistent in Thailand: even if a transgender person has had sex reassignment surgery, they are not allowed to change their legal sex on their identification documents.[19] Identification documents are particularly important for daily life in Thailand as they facilitate communication with businesses, bureaucratic agencies (i.e., signing up for educational courses or medical care), law enforcement, etc.[19] The primary identification form used in Thailand is The Thai National Identification Card, which is used for many important processes such as opening a bank account.[19] The vast majority of transgender people are unable to change these documents to reflect their chosen gender, and those who are allowed must uphold strict standards.[21] Transgender individuals are often accused of falsifying documents and are forced to show their identification documents.[19] This threatens their safety and results in their exclusion from various institutions like education or housing.[19] Impeded by these identity cards on a daily basis, transsexuals are "outed" by society.[22]

Transgender individuals were automatically exempted from compulsory military service in Thailand. Kathoeys were deemed to suffer from "mental illness" or "permanent mental disorder".[23] These mental disorders were required to appear on their military service documents, which are accessible to future employers. In 2006, the Thai National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) overturned the use of discriminatory phraseology in Thailand's military service exemption documents.[23] With Thai law banning citizens from changing their sex on their identification documents, everyone under the male category must attend a "lottery day" where they are randomly selected to enlist in the army for two years. In March 2008, the military added a "third category" for transgender people that dismissed them from service due to "illness that cannot be cured within 30 days".[24] In 2012, the Administrative Court ruled that the Military and Defense needed to revise the reasoning for their exemption of kathoeys from the military.[19] As such, kathoeys are now exempt from the military under the reasoning that their "gender does not match their sex at birth".[19]

Trans prejudice has produced discriminatory behaviors that have led to the exclusion of transgender people from economic and social activity.[37] World-wide, transgender people face discrimination amongst family members, religious settings, education, and the work-place.[8] Accepted mainly in fashion-related jobs or show business, people who are transgender are discriminated against in the job market and have limited job opportunities.[35] Kathoeys have also experienced ridicule from coworkers and tend to have lower salaries.[10] Long-term unemployment reduces the chances of contributing to welfare for the family and lowers self-esteem, causing a higher likelihood of prostitution in specialized ladyboy bars.[8] "Ladyboy" bars also can provide a sense of community and reinforces a female sense of identity for kathoeys.[8] Harassment from the police is evident especially for kathoeys who work on the streets.[8] Kathoeys may be rejected in official contexts being rejected entry or services.[10]

In series 1, episode 3 of British sitcom I'm Alan Partridge, the protagonist Alan Partridge frequently mentions ladyboys, seemingly expressing a sexual interest in them.[citation needed]

That said, if you do plan on experiencing the nightlife that Thai cities have to offer, it is good to know how to recognize Ladyboys. Whether you plan on seeking them out or you want to steer clear of them, here are the 10 easy ways to recognize ladyboys in Thailand.

Most ladyboys that work in the nightlife industry are pre-operation in the crotch area. This is what sets them apart from their cisgendered counterparts and is what most potential customers are looking for in a Ladyboy. With their revealing outfits, the ladyboys will need to tuck themselves. This leads to a visible protrusion in some cases and can be used as an identifier.

Depending on the city you are visiting, there are certain streets and bars that are well-known for staffing Ladyboys. There are also incredibly fun cabarets that are performed by Ladyboys and are well worth viewing. If you are in Pattaya, Soi 6 is a popular bar street but just one street over, Soi 6/1, is specifically known for its Ladyboy bars. While in Bangkok, there are bars like Cockatoo on Soi Cowboy that are staffed fully by Ladyboys. Bangla Road in Phuket is also known as a place where many ladyboys work.

Bangkok's nightlife is one of the main reasons why people like visiting the capital of Thailand. Nightlife here is varied and unforgettable as everyone can find something for their own taste. A number of Bangkok ladyboy shows add up to the nightlife scene of the city.

Visiting Bangkok ladyboy cabaret show not only is a unique experience but a family friendly attraction as well. Ladyboy shows are colorful music and dance performances presented by talented transgender artists and they are really fun to watch.

Mirinn Cabaret is an exciting mix of live theatre, cabaret and international song performances. Bangkok ladyboys in amazing costumes here perform spectacular Thai cultural dancing, Western influences as well as live singing. On top of that, the show also includes Muay Thai show with combat performances.

The most famous Bangkok ladyboy show is Calypso Cabaret. Located at Asiatique the Riverfront open-air mall, Calypso Cabaret Bangkok Show is on stage from 1988 and offers a really nice family-friendly performance at the riverside of Chao Phraya River.

Calypso Cabaret offers impressive song and dance numbers performed by talented ladyboys who present extravagant burlesque and Thai dance performances as well as incredible Marylin Monroe and Elvis Presley impersonations. 59ce067264

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