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ram rai (user currently living in NEPAL) posted for transgender readers on 24/06/2012 tagged with lgbt families, gender identity +12
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Awareness changed in practice

A person named Ishwor, the resident of Biratnagar-5 came to know that he belonged to the third gender community .But his family members were unaware. So, he was afraid and hesitated to disclose his sexuality among his family members. The main problem was there was no appropriate environment to disclose his sexuality. Later he became regular clients of Pariwartanshil Samaj and finally he decided to get help from Pariwartanshil Samaj, the organization working for LGBTI to disclose his sexuality with his family members and community as well. After that Pariwartanshil Samaj sent 1 outreach and 1 counsellor along with him in his home. At home, staff briefed on his sexuality and his human rights and at the end, the counselling part played a great role to accept him and his sexuality.

Now he is living freely without any hesitation of being third gender and also he has been supported by his family members and treated like the others members.
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Chals (user currently living in NAURU) posted for gay readers on 10/02/2011 tagged with gender identity
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Once when i was 13 yrs old, one of my neighbor he was abt 17 yrs he rabed me and he did black mail to me. He forced me to have sex with him, ont only him but also his friend come and had sex abuse. its run up to 6yrs.At that i did not know about my sexuality. i was in depretation. i couldn't take attentation to my study.
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