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July 12, 2000
Members of the Bissu, a transvestite community from South Sulawesi, listen to their director before a...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
BISSU MEMBERS LISTEN TO THEIR DIRECTOR BEFORE A THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE IN JAKARTA.
Members of the Bissu, a transvestite community from South Sulawesi, listen to their director before a performance in Jakarta July 11. The Bissu, highly-respected transvestite priests, are regarded as artists, holy people and caretakers of royal Bugis weaponry and are believed to have the ability to communicate to gods using a sacred language. The advent of Islam has significantly reduced their numbers.

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