Riz Ahmed writes on trip to Karachi’s transgender settlement | Pakistan
The presence of transsexuals in the background of everyday affairs in Pakistan was noted in a recent social network report by a British actor and activist Reese Ahmed, who was in the country for the Lahore Literature Festival.
Ahmed published a message on Instagram with a photograph of a transgender whose face was damaged, writing how the transgender community in Pakistan is often left behind illegally, despite the fact that it is recognized as the third floor in official government documents.
The report was published after Ahmed's trip to the transgender community in Karachi.
At his post Ahmed noted that this transsexual in Pakistan is a marginalized community, despite the fact that it is part of the South Asian culture as a whole.
[1945900 Nevertheless, the delicate post not only emphasized the plight of the transsexual community, but also bits about their origins and family system that revolved around the relationship between the guru and the disciples.
The message received many comments and comments, with people thanking him for telling the story about a community whose lifestyle is said to be unique to the subcontinent.