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The banners had the photos of contestants on each one.To be honest all I really noticed at first glance were lots of images of some very pretty Asian women.Transvestite — This is a man who spends the majority of his time during the week looking like a man, but then spends his time on the weekend dressed up like a woman.They seem to be into all sorts of fake boobs and even fake butts and for all I know may be straight or gay or bisexual since they are sometimes married to a woman.As I’ve mentioned before, everybody here already knows who is ‘local’ and who is ‘new to town’.Even I, being here only 6 months in Basak can spot a new foreigner versus a seasoned one from across the mall in a crowd.Even during their ‘off-time’ the tight shorts, shaved legs and plucked eyebrows are something of a give-away.Transexual/Ladyboy — This is a man who devotes himself full-time to becoming in every way he can afford to look exactly like a woman.
Despite the local poverty level many of the ladyboys here find a way to support their need for constant doses of female hormones.
But they are into it on a part-time basis, almost like a costume of some sort that they put away during the week while at work or going about their daily life.
There don’t seem to be very many of these here, but I have seen one on a street in Bohol.
When you go browsing for info on what life is like here in the Philippines you are most likely to come across the same general information about the great beaches, the warm climate, the positive exchange on your money, friendly people.. What you will rarely come across is the unavoidable reality that you will likely cross paths with more transgender “ladyboys” here than you normally do in your own home country.
Unless of course your home country is Thailand.) and perhaps two actual transgendered persons.