Sunday, January 18, 2009

Waria in Jogja

Link.

7 comments:

Mulia Nurhasan said...
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Simpatisan Partai yang tidak takut berdialog said...

The Indonesian citizens are enough with most of big party politics.
They want party politics that can be tested on “open dialog” and not just “party leader speech” and spreading banners.
The community, raised by a fan of PNBK is searching for more and more party politics that are not afraid for open dialog. The PNBK has been thought for long as a simplest political party that promotes more on dialog than just a big open-day type of speech. The party popularity is getting dimmed by the dialog method that are not well covered in media due to lack of funding, yet it still continue its struggles by initiating low profile open dialogs in any small regions across Indonesia.
http://pnbk-dialog.blogspot.com/

johnorford said...

I never heard of the PNBK b4, would like to learn more.

A Feminist Blog said...

I just visited the link you gave, John. It is a very common thing here in Indonesia. I mean we all know that no religions' leaders welcome them.
Seeing the facial expressions of theirs sometimes is scary to me, but deeply in my heart, I feel very sorry for them, to be born with the wrong body. :(

johnorford said...

yeh they have a tough life alright, not because of who they are but because of how other ppl are... sad...

t said...

btw, did i tell u that back in the day we used to have a trannie maid? great cook.

johnorford said...

u never told me that. sounds cool!