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Sex Education in Pakistan - 26 Feb 2014
6 PICTURES
BRITAIN/
RTX105I7
May 29, 2013
Jan Morris, who before her sex-change operation was James Morris, the first reporter to break the news...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Philip attends a reception to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the ascent of Mount...
Jan Morris, who before her sex-change operation was James Morris, the first reporter to break the news that Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing had conquered Mount Everest, speaks with Prince Philip during a reception to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the ascent of Mount Everest, at the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington, west London May 29, 2013. REUTERS/Yui Mok/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT)
CHINA/
RTR34S8N
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", walks along a street...
Foshan, China
Qian Jinfan walks along a street in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", walks along a street in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR34S8M
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", sits at a restaurant...
Foshan, China
Qian Jinfan sits at a restaurant in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", sits at a restaurant in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province, July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR34S8L
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", touches her hair as...
Foshan, China
Qian Jinfan touches her hair as she sits at a restaurant in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", touches her hair as she sits at a restaurant in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province, July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR34S8K
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", reacts as she sits at...
Foshan, China
Qian reacts while sitting at a restaurant in Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", reacts as she sits at a restaurant in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province, July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR34S8J
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", chooses a dress at a...
Foshan, China
Qian Jinfan chooses a dress at a shop in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", chooses a dress at a shop in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province, July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR34S8I
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", chooses a dress at a...
Foshan, China
Qian Jinfan chooses a dress at a shop in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", chooses a dress at a shop in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province, July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA
RTR34S8H
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", chooses a dress at a...
Foshan, China
Qian chooses a dress at a shop in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", chooses a dress at a shop in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province, July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR34S8G
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", walks out of a fitting...
Foshan, China
Qian walks out of a fitting room in her new dress at a shop in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", walks out of a fitting room in her new dress at a shop in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province, July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR34S8F
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", chooses a dress at a...
Foshan, China
Qian chooses a dress at a shop in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", chooses a dress at a shop in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province, July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR34S8E
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling" holds up a photo taken...
Foshan, China
Qian Jinfan holds up a photo in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling" holds up a photo taken at the age of 59, in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province, July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FOSHAN/
RTR34S8D
July 11, 2012
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", walks along a street...
Foshan, China
Qian walks along a street in the town of Foshan
Qian Jinfan, an 84-year-old transsexual who prefers to be addressed as "Yiling", walks along a street in the town of Foshan, in southern China's Guangdong province July 6, 2012. Qian, who told Reuters during an interview that she always felt she was a woman and experimented with hormone cream, tablets and injections at the age of 60, is believed to be the oldest transsexual to live openly in China. The retired Chinese Communist Party official said she would not undergo a sex-change operation until it fully guaranteed her a female body that was complete with a woman's bodily functions. She admitted her days may be limited, but hopes that speaking to the media can help break down traditional assumptions and initiate discussions about transsexuals in society. About 2,000 people in China have undergone sex-change surgery and up to 400,000 could be considering one, according to a report in 2009 by state newspaper China Daily. Picture taken July 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR2DXFT
May 15, 2010
Performers hold a gay pride flag during a parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since...
Havana, Cuba
Performers hold a gay pride flag during a parade in Havana
Performers hold a gay pride flag during a parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest changes since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. The world marks the International Day Against Homophobia May 17, 2010. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR2DXFS
May 15, 2010
People take part in a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s...
Havana, Cuba
People take part in a gay pride parade in Havana
People take part in a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest changes since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. The world marks the International Day Against Homophobia May 17, 2010. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR2DXBA
May 15, 2010
Men pose for pictures during a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since...
Havana, Cuba
Men pose for pictures during a gay pride parade in Havana
Men pose for pictures during a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest changes since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. The world marks the International Day Against Homophobia May 17, 2010. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR2DXB6
May 15, 2010
People pose for pictures during a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since...
Havana, Cuba
People pose for pictures during a gay pride parade in Havana
People pose for pictures during a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest changes since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. The world marks the International Day Against Homophobia May 17, 2010. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR2DX9S
May 15, 2010
Men pose for pictures during a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since...
Havana, Cuba
Men pose for pictures during a gay pride parade in Havana
Men pose for pictures during a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest changes since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. The world marks the International Day Against Homophobia May 17, 2010. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR2DX94
May 15, 2010
A performer waves a gay pride flag during a parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since...
Havana, Cuba
A performer waves a gay pride flag during a parade in Havana
A performer waves a gay pride flag during a parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest changes since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. The world marks the International Day Against Homophobia May 17, 2010. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR2DX8T
May 15, 2010
Men chat during a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when...
Havana, Cuba
Men chat during a gay pride parade in Havana
Men chat during a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest changes since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. The world marks the International Day Against Homophobia May 17, 2010. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR2DX8I
May 15, 2010
People take part in a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s...
Havana, Cuba
People take part in a gay pride parade in Havana
People take part in a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest changes since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. The world marks the International Day Against Homophobia May 17, 2010. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR2DX7Z
May 15, 2010
People take part in a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s...
Havana, Cuba
People take part in a gay pride parade in Havana
People take part in a gay pride parade in Havana May 15, 2010. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest changes since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. The world marks the International Day Against Homophobia on May 17, 2010. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTXI4OP
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez (R) adjusts her wig while her boyfriend El Moro looks on at their home...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez adjusts her wig while her boyfriend El Moro looks on at their home on International...
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez (R) adjusts her wig while her boyfriend El Moro looks on at their home as the world celebrates International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4ND
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez changes outfits at his home as the world celebrates International Day...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez changes outfits at his home on International Day Against Homophobia in Havana
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez changes outfits at his home as the world celebrates International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4NB
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez (L) and her boyfriend El Moro walk in their neighborhood as the world...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez and her boyfriend El Moro walk in their neighborhood on International Day Against...
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez (L) and her boyfriend El Moro walk in their neighborhood as the world celebrates International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4KG
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez stands outside her home as the world celebrates International Day Against...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez stands outside her home on International Day Against Homophobia in Havana
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez stands outside her home as the world celebrates International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting herturn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4IZ
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez (R) and his boyfriend El Moro kiss at their home as the world celebrates...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez and his boyfriend El Moro kiss at their home on International Day Against Homophobia...
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez (R) and his boyfriend El Moro kiss at their home as the world celebrates International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4HJ
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez adjusts his brassiere while getting dressed at his home as the world...
multiple cities, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez adjusts his brassiere at his home on International Day Against Homophobia in Havana...
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez adjusts his brassiere while getting dressed at his home as the world celebrates the International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4HH
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez poses for a photograph at his home as the world celebrates the International...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez poses for photograph at his home on International Day Against Homophobia in Havana...
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez poses for a photograph at his home as the world celebrates the International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4GQ
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez puts on a wig at his home as the world celebrates International Day...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez puts on wig at his home on International Day Against Homophobia in Havana
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez puts on a wig at his home as the world celebrates International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4FD
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez sits on a balcony as the world celebrates International Day Against...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez sits on balcony on International Day Against Homophobia in Havana
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez sits on a balcony as the world celebrates International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4FC
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez adjusts his brassiere while getting dressed at his home as the world...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez adjusts his brassiere at his home on International Day Against Homophobia in Havana...
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez adjusts his brassiere while getting dressed at his home as the world celebrates the International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CUBA/
RTXI4EF
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez looks at a wig at his home as the world celebrates the International...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez looks at wig at his home on International Day Against Homophobia in Havana
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez looks at a wig at his home as the world celebrates the International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4D7
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez puts on make-up at his home as the world celebrates International Day...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez puts on make-up at his home on International Day Against Homophobia in Havana
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez puts on make-up at his home as the world celebrates International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA/
RTXI4CA
May 17, 2009
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez (R) and his boyfriend El Moro kiss at their home as the world celebrates...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestite Alvarez and his boyfriend El Moro kiss at their home on International Day Against Homophobia...
Transvestite Julio Yoaris Alvarez (R) and his boyfriend El Moro kiss at their home as the world celebrates International Day Against Homophobia in Havana May 16, 2009. From an early age, Alvarez dreamt of having a sex-change operation and is currently awaiting his turn for one under the Cuban health care system. The surgery, like all other health care in Cuba, will be free of charge for applicants. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA HEALTH SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTX6XTO
June 15, 2008
Participants attend the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Havana, Cuba
Participants attend the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Participants attend the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTX6XTA
June 15, 2008
Participants attend the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Havana, Cuba
Participants attend the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Participants attend the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTX6XT7
June 15, 2008
Participants attend the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Havana, Cuba
Participants attend the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Participants attend the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTX6XSO
June 15, 2008
Transvestites walk on the beach during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer on the outskirts...
Havana, Cuba
Transvestites walk on the beach during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer on the outskirts...
Transvestites walk on the beach during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTX6XRW
June 14, 2008
A participant holds the gay pride flag during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at...
Havana, Cuba
A participant holds the gay pride flag during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at...
A participant holds the gay pride flag during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTX6XRU
June 14, 2008
A couple holds each other during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on...
Havana, Cuba
A couple holds each other during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on...
A couple holds each other during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTX6XRS
June 14, 2008
A participant dances with condoms stuck in her bikini during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's...
Havana, Cuba
A participant dances with condoms stuck in her bikini during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's...
A participant dances with condoms stuck in her bikini during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTX6XRP
June 14, 2008
Men greet each other during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Havana, Cuba
Men greet each other during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Men greet each other during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and the parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTX6XRO
June 14, 2008
Participants dance during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Havana, Cuba
Participants dance during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts...
Participants dance during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTX6XRH
June 14, 2008
Men pose with a gay pride flag during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach...
Havana, Cuba
Men pose with a gay pride flag during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach...
Men pose with a gay pride flag during the opening of the gay and lesbian community's summer at a beach on the outskirts of Havana June 14, 2008. Much has changed in Cuba since the 1960s when homosexuals were sent to work camps, or the 1970s when gay men and women were denied certain jobs as "ideological deviants." Cuba, in the latest change since President Raul Castro took office, has allowed doctors to perform sex change operations and parliament is studying proposals to legalize same-sex unions. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
MEXICO-TRANSGENDER/
RTX5UMO
May 18, 2008
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, eat their wedding cake after getting married in a public ceremony...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, eat wedding cake after getting married in a public ceremony in...
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, eat their wedding cake after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico City May 17, 2008. Mario and Diana are the first transgender couple to marry in a public ceremony. The couple said they hoped media coverage would pressure Mexico's Congress to pass a proposed law that would let people get sex change operations in public hospitals and then be able to change their names and genders in public records. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
MEXICO-TRANSGENDER/
RTX5UMJ
May 18, 2008
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, make a toast after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, make a toast after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico...
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, make a toast after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico City May 17, 2008. Mario and Diana are the first transgender couple to marry in a public ceremony. The couple said they hoped media coverage would pressure Mexico's Congress to pass a proposed law that would let people get sex change operations in public hospitals and then be able to change their names and genders in public records. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
MEXICO-TRANSGENDER/
RTX5UMG
May 18, 2008
Diana and Mario, a transgender couple, cut the wedding cake after getting married in a public ceremony...
Mexico City, Mexico
Diana and Mario, a transgender couple, cut the wedding cake after getting married in a public ceremony...
Diana and Mario, a transgender couple, cut the wedding cake after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico City May 17, 2008. Mario and Diana are the first transgender couple to marry in a public ceremony. The couple said they hoped media coverage would pressure Mexico's Congress to pass a proposed law that would let people get sex change operations in public hospitals and then be able to change their names and genders in public records. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
MEXICO-TRANSGENDER/
RTX5UMD
May 18, 2008
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, show their marriage license after getting married in a public...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, show their marriage license after getting married in a public...
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, show their marriage license after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico City May 17, 2008. Mario and Diana are the first transgender couple to marry in a public ceremony. The couple said they hoped media coverage would pressure Mexico's Congress to pass a proposed law that would let people get sex change operations in public hospitals and then be able to change their names and genders in public records. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
MEXICO-TRANSGENDER/
RTX5UM7
May 18, 2008
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, pose for a picture after getting married in a public ceremony...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, pose for a picture after getting married in a public ceremony...
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, pose for a picture after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico City May 17, 2008. Mario and Diana are the first transgender couple to marry in a public ceremony. The couple said they hoped media coverage would pressure Mexico's Congress to pass a proposed law that would let people get sex change operations in public hospitals and then be able to change their names and genders in public records. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
MEXICO-TRANSGENDER/
RTX5UM5
May 18, 2008
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, make a toast after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, make a toast after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico...
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, make a toast after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico City May 17, 2008. Mario and Diana are the first transgender couple to marry in a public ceremony. The couple said they hoped media coverage would pressure Mexico's Congress to pass a proposed law that would let people get sex change operations in public hospitals and then be able to change their names and genders in public records. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
MEXICO-TRANSGENDER/
RTX5UM1
May 18, 2008
Diana and Mario, a transgender couple, embrace each other after getting married in a public ceremony...
Mexico City, Mexico
Diana and Mario, a transgender couple, embrace each other after getting married in a public ceremony...
Diana and Mario, a transgender couple, embrace each other after getting married in a public ceremony in Mexico City May 17, 2008. Mario and Diana are the first transgender couple to marry in a public ceremony. The couple said they hoped media coverage would pressure Mexico's Congress to pass a proposed law that would let people get sex change operations in public hospitals and then be able to change their names and genders in public records. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
MEXICO-TRANSGENDER/
RTX5ULY
May 18, 2008
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, prepare themselves prior to their wedding ceremony in Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, prepare themselves prior to their wedding ceremony in Mexico City...
Mario and Diana, a transgender couple, prepare themselves prior to their wedding ceremony in Mexico City May 17, 2008. Mario and Diana are the first transgender couple to marry in a public ceremony. The couple said they hoped media coverage would pressure Mexico's Congress to pass a proposed law that would let people get sex change operations in public hospitals and then be able to change their names and genders in public records. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
INTERSEX-ARAB/
RTR1VNY8
November 05, 2007
Hussein Rabei, 33, who underwent a sex change surgery, speaks to journalists in the Bahraini capital...
Manama, Bahrain
To match feature INTERSEX-ARAB
Hussein Rabei, 33, who underwent a sex change surgery, speaks to journalists in the Bahraini capital of Manama October 26, 2007. Formerly known as Zaineb, Rabei was raised as a girl after being born with genitalia that more closely resembled a vagina than a penis. Rabei returned recently from an operation in Thailand to correct his gender --a procedure for which he obtained consent from both Sunni and Shi'ite clerics, and is the first Bahraini to go public with news of such an operation. To match feature INTERSEX-ARAB/ REUTERS/Hamad I. Mohammed (BAHRAIN)
INTERSEX-ARAB/
RTR1VNY5
November 05, 2007
Hussein Rabei, 33, shows a photo of himself in traditional women's wear before he underwent a sex change...
Manama, Bahrain
To match feature INTERSEX-ARAB/
Hussein Rabei, 33, shows a photo of himself in traditional women's wear before he underwent a sex change surgery, in the Bahraini capital of Manama October 26, 2007. Formerly known as Zaineb, Rabei was raised as a girl after being born with genitalia that more closely resembled a vagina than a penis. Rabei returned recently from an operation in Thailand to correct his gender --a procedure for which he obtained consent from both Sunni and Shi'ite clerics, and is the first Bahraini to go public with news of such an operation. Picture taken October 26, 2007. To match feature INTERSEX-ARAB/ REUTERS/Hamad I. Mohammed (BAHRAIN)
INTERSEX-ARAB/
RTR1VNY2
November 05, 2007
Hussein Rabei, 33, shows a photo of himself in traditional women's wear sitting on a Saudi-registered...
Manama, Bahrain
To match feature INTERSEX-ARAB/
Hussein Rabei, 33, shows a photo of himself in traditional women's wear sitting on a Saudi-registered car with his brother before he underwent a sex change surgery, in the Bahraini capital of Manama October 26, 2007. Formerly known as Zaineb, Rabei was raised as a girl after being born with genitalia that more closely resembled a vagina than a penis. Rabei returned recently from an operation in Thailand to correct his gender --a procedure for which he obtained consent from both Sunni and Shi'ite clerics, and is the first Bahraini to go public with news of such an operation. To match feature INTERSEX-ARAB/ REUTERS/Hamad I. Mohammed (BAHRAIN)
BEATEUHSE/
RTR1S5NT
July 23, 2007
Table-dancer Emma models lingerie in a changing room where women can check their outfits under different...
Munich, Germany
To accompany feature BEATEUHSE/
Table-dancer Emma models lingerie in a changing room where women can check their outfits under different lighting conditions in a new Beate Uhse shop in Munich's city centre, July 19, 2007. German sex-shop operator Beate Uhse, the world's largest sex retailer by revenue, is investing heavily to adapt its image to changing tastes and morality and plans to build its brand through new 'lifestyle' products including drinks. Picture taken July 19, 2007. To match feature BEATEUHSE/ REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
BEATEUHSE/
RTR1S5NO
July 23, 2007
Table-dancer Emma models lingerie in a changing area where women can check their outfits under different...
Munich, Germany
To accompany feature BEATEUHSE/
Table-dancer Emma models lingerie in a changing area where women can check their outfits under different lighting conditions in a new Beate Uhse shop in Munich's city centre, July 19, 2007. German sex-shop operator Beate Uhse, the world's largest sex retailer by revenue, is investing heavily to adapt its image to changing tastes and morality and plans to build its brand through new 'lifestyle' products including drinks. Picture taken July 19, 2007. To match feature BEATEUHSE/ REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
BEATEUHSE/
RTR1S5NN
July 23, 2007
Table-dancer Emma models lingerie in a changing area where women can check their outfits under different...
Munich, Germany
To accompany feature BEATEUHSE/
Table-dancer Emma models lingerie in a changing area where women can check their outfits under different lighting conditions in a new Beate Uhse shop in Munich's city centre, July 19, 2007. German sex-shop operator Beate Uhse, the world's largest sex retailer by revenue, is investing heavily to adapt its image to changing tastes and morality and plans to build its brand through new 'lifestyle' products including drinks. Picture taken July 19, 2007. To match feature BEATEUHSE/ REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
BEATEUHSE/
RTR1S5NL
July 23, 2007
Table-dancer Emma models lingerie in a changing room where women can check their outfits under different...
Munich, Germany
To match feature BEATEUHSE/
Table-dancer Emma models lingerie in a changing room where women can check their outfits under different lighting conditions in a new Beate Uhse shop in Munich's city centre, July 19, 2007. German sex-shop operator Beate Uhse, the world's largest sex retailer by revenue, is investing heavily to adapt its image to changing tastes and morality and plans to build its brand through new 'lifestyle' products including drinks. Picture taken July 19, 2007. To match feature BEATEUHSE/ REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
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