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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-INDIGENOUS
RTS382M2
April 04, 2020
Radio host Jose Abel Bautista, whose programs are spoken in Zapotec language, tells information on how...
TEOTITLAN DEL VALLE, Mexico
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Teotitlan del Valle
Radio host Jose Abel Bautista, whose programs are spoken in Zapotec language, tells information on how how to hand-washing and social distancing to avoid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to non-Spanish-speakers, at a local radio station in Teotitlan del Valle, in Oaxaca state, Mexico March 31, 2020. Picture taken March 31, 2020. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-INDIGENOUS
RTS382LZ
April 04, 2020
Zapotec woman Juana Lazaro, a non-Spanish-speaker, washes her hands after learning how to hand-washing...
TEOTITLAN DEL VALLE, Mexico
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Teotitlan del Valle
Zapotec woman Juana Lazaro, a non-Spanish-speaker, washes her hands after learning how to hand-washing and social distancing to avoid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) from a local radio program, at her house in Teotitlan del Valle, in Oaxaca state, Mexico March 31, 2020. Picture taken March 31, 2020. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MEXICO-INDIGENOUS
RTS382LW
April 04, 2020
Zapotec woman Juana Lazaro, a non-Spanish-speaker, washes her hands after learning about hand-washing...
TEOTITLAN DEL VALLE, Mexico
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Teotitlan del Valle
Zapotec woman Juana Lazaro, a non-Spanish-speaker, washes her hands after learning about hand-washing and social distancing to avoid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) from a local radio program, at her house in Teotitlan del Valle, in Oaxaca state, Mexico March 31, 2020. Picture taken March 31, 2020. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MEXICO-VOGUE/
RTX79SZ3
November 21, 2019
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, is greeted by women in Juchitan,...
Juchitan, Mexico
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, is greeted by women in Juchitan...
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, is greeted by women in Juchitan, in Oaxaca state, Mexico November 19, 2019. Muxes are a third gender population traditional to Zapotec indigenous culture in southern Mexico. Picture taken November 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes
MEXICO-VOGUE/
RTX79SZ2
November 21, 2019
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, paints a Huipil, a traditional...
Juchitan, Mexico
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, paints a Huipil at her house...
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, paints a Huipil, a traditional garment used on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, at her house in Juchitan, in Oaxaca state, Mexico November 19, 2019. Muxes are a third gender population traditional to Zapotec indigenous culture in southern Mexico. Picture taken November 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes
MEXICO-VOGUE/
RTX79SZ1
November 21, 2019
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, poses for a photo with her...
Juchitan, Mexico
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, poses for a photo with her...
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, poses for a photo with her mother Maria de Jesus Guerra at their house in Juchitan, in Oaxaca state, Mexico November 19, 2019. Muxes are a third gender population traditional to Zapotec indigenous culture in southern Mexico. Picture taken November 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes
MEXICO-VOGUE/
RTX79SZ0
November 21, 2019
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, poses for a photo while painting...
Juchitan, Mexico
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, poses for a photo while painting...
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, poses for a photo while painting a Huipil, a traditional garment used on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, at her house in Juchitan, in Oaxaca state, Mexico November 19, 2019. Muxes are a third gender population traditional to Zapotec indigenous culture in southern Mexico. Picture taken November 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes
MEXICO-VOGUE/
RTX79SYY
November 21, 2019
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, paints a Huipil, a traditional...
Juchitan, Mexico
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, paints a Huipil at her house...
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, paints a Huipil, a traditional garment used on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, at her house in Juchitan, in Oaxaca state, Mexico November 19, 2019. Muxes are a third gender population traditional to Zapotec indigenous culture in southern Mexico. Picture taken November 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes
MEXICO-VOGUE/
RTX79SYW
November 21, 2019
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, is greeted by women in Juchitan,...
Juchitan, Mexico
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, is greeted by women in Juchitan...
Estrella Vasquez, a muxe woman who features on the cover of Vogue magazine, is greeted by women in Juchitan, in Oaxaca state, Mexico November 19, 2019. Muxes are a third gender population traditional to Zapotec indigenous culture in southern Mexico. Picture taken November 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FZIV
September 13, 2017
Peregrina, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on the debris of her...
Juchitan, Mexico
Peregrina, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on the debris of her...
Peregrina, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on the debris of her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY1Q
September 12, 2017
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on her belongings inside...
Juchitan, Mexico
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on her belongings inside...
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on her belongings inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY1P
September 12, 2017
Peregrina, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on the debris of her...
Juchitan, Mexico
Peregrina, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on the debris of her...
Peregrina, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on the debris of her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY1N
September 12, 2017
Ximena, 26 and Peregrina, 26, indigenous Zapotec transgender women also knows as Muxe, walks on a street...
Juchitan, Mexico
Ximena, 26 and Peregrina, 26, indigenous Zapotec transgender women also knows as Muxe, walks on a street...
Ximena, 26 and Peregrina, 26, indigenous Zapotec transgender women also knows as Muxe, walks on a street after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY1J
September 12, 2017
Peregrina, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, poses for a photo outside of...
Juchitan, Mexico
Peregrina, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, poses for a photo outside of...
Peregrina, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, poses for a photo outside of her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY1F
September 12, 2017
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, accommodates a mosquito net...
Juchitan, Mexico
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, accommodates a mosquito net...
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, accommodates a mosquito net inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY1E
September 12, 2017
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, holds her belongings inside her...
Juchitan, Mexico
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, holds her belongings inside her...
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, holds her belongings inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY1C
September 12, 2017
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, says goodbye to her dog inside...
Juchitan, Mexico
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, says goodbye to her dog inside...
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, says goodbye to her dog inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY1B
September 12, 2017
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, speaks with her relatives outside...
Juchitan, Mexico
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, speaks with her relatives outside...
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, speaks with her relatives outside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY19
September 12, 2017
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, pose for a photo next her mother...
Juchitan, Mexico
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, pose for a photo next her mother...
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, pose for a photo next her mother inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY17
September 12, 2017
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, holds her muddy shoes as she poses...
Juchitan, Mexico
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, holds her muddy shoes as she poses...
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, holds her muddy shoes as she poses for a photo inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY14
September 12, 2017
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, poses for a photo inside her house...
Juchitan, Mexico
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, poses for a photo inside her house...
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, poses for a photo inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY10
September 12, 2017
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on the crockery inside her...
Juchitan, Mexico
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on the crockery inside her...
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks on the crockery inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY0Y
September 12, 2017
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks in front of a house destroyed...
Juchitan, Mexico
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks in front of a house destroyed...
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, walks in front of a house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY0S
September 12, 2017
Ximena, 26 and Peregrina, 26, indigenous Zapotec transgender women also knows as Muxe, walks on a street...
Juchitan, Mexico
Ximena, 26 and Peregrina, 26, indigenous Zapotec transgender women also knows as Muxe, walks on a street...
Ximena, 26 and Peregrina, 26, indigenous Zapotec transgender women also knows as Muxe, walks on a street after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY0P
September 12, 2017
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, moves a refrigerator inside...
Juchitan, Mexico
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, moves a refrigerator inside...
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, moves a refrigerator inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY0O
September 12, 2017
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, holds her belongings inside her...
Juchitan, Mexico
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, holds her belongings inside her...
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, holds her belongings inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY0K
September 12, 2017
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, poses for a photo inside her house...
Juchitan, Mexico
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, poses for a photo inside her house...
Ximena, 26, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, poses for a photo inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY0J
September 12, 2017
Ximena, 26 and Peregrina, 26, indigenous Zapotec transgender women also knows as Muxe, rest on a street...
Juchitan, Mexico
Ximena, 26 and Peregrina, 26, indigenous Zapotec transgender women also knows as Muxe, rest on a street...
Ximena, 26 and Peregrina, 26, indigenous Zapotec transgender women also knows as Muxe, rest on a street after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY0H
September 12, 2017
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, moves a furniture inside her...
Juchitan, Mexico
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, moves a furniture inside her...
Natashia, 19, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, moves a furniture inside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
QUAKE-MEXICO/WOMEN
RTX3FY05
September 12, 2017
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, speaks with her neighbors outside...
Juchitan, Mexico
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, speaks with her neighbors outside...
Felina, 50, an indigenous Zapotec transgender woman also know as Muxe, speaks with her neighbors outside her house destroyed after an earthquake that struck on the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Juchitan, Mexico, September 10, 2017. Picture taken, September 10, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO/
RTR3XB7B
July 06, 2014
Mimosa, a "Muxe", wears a traditional Zapotec woman's costume as he applies makeup in a female toilet...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mimosa, a "Muxe", applies makeup in a female toilet during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in...
Mimosa, a "Muxe", wears a traditional Zapotec woman's costume as he applies makeup in a female toilet during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB74
July 06, 2014
Java Saucedo, a "muxe", models his traditional Zapotec woman's costume, during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" models his traditional Zapotec woman's costume, during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party...
Java Saucedo, a "muxe", models his traditional Zapotec woman's costume, during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB70
July 06, 2014
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, dances during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe"...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" dances during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, dances during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB6Z
July 06, 2014
Pilar Sanchez, a "muxe", wears a traditional Zapotec woman's costume as he serves food during a traditional...
Mexico City, Mexico
Pilar Sanchez, a "muxe", serves food during a "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
Pilar Sanchez, a "muxe", wears a traditional Zapotec woman's costume as he serves food during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB6X
July 06, 2014
"Muxes", wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes, dance with other men during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
"Muxes" dance with other men during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
"Muxes", wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes, dance with other men during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB6O
July 06, 2014
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, stands next to a man during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" stands next to a man during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, stands next to a man during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB60
July 06, 2014
"Muxes", wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes, attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party...
Mexico City, Mexico
"Muxes" attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
"Muxes", wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes, attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB5N
July 06, 2014
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, looks on during a traditional Zapotec "Vela...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" looks on during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, looks on during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB5E
July 06, 2014
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, sits during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe"...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" sits during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, sits during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB55
July 06, 2014
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume dances with another man during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" dances with another man during a "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume dances with another man during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB54
July 06, 2014
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes smile during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party...
Mexico City, Mexico
"Muxes" smile during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes smile during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB43
July 06, 2014
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume arrives to attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume arrives to attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela...
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume arrives to attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB3G
July 06, 2014
A transvestite (C) looks on at the entrance of a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
A transvestite looks on at the entrance of a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A transvestite (C) looks on at the entrance of a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB3F
July 06, 2014
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes sit with other men during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes sit with other men during a traditional Zapotec...
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes sit with other men during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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Traditional Indigenous Party in Mexico - 01 Jul 2013
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RTX116OX
June 30, 2013
Men dressed as traditional Zapotecs, also known as "Muxes", dance during a traditional party in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Men dressed as traditional Zapotecs, also known as "Muxes", dance during traditional party in Mexico...
Men dressed as traditional Zapotecs, also known as "Muxes", dance during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OW
June 30, 2013
A man kisses an indigenous traditional Zapotec man, also known as "Muxe", during a traditional party...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man kisses an indigenous traditional Zapotec man, also known as "Muxe", during traditional party in...
A man kisses an indigenous traditional Zapotec man, also known as "Muxe", during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OM
June 30, 2013
A man dressed as traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxes", shows his jewellery during a traditional...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man dressed as a traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxe", shows his jewellery during a traditional...
A man dressed as traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxes", shows his jewellery during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken, June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OJ
June 30, 2013
A man dressed as a traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxes", walks on the dance floor during a traditional...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man dressed as traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxe", walks on dance floor during a traditional...
A man dressed as a traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxes", walks on the dance floor during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The Muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken, June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OI
June 30, 2013
Men dressed as traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxes", dance during a traditional party in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Men dressed as traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxes", dance during a traditional party in Mexico...
Men dressed as traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxes", dance during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OG
June 30, 2013
Pilar, a man dressed as traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", drinks beer during a traditional party...
Mexico City, Mexico
Pilar, dressed as traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", drinks beer during a traditional party in...
Pilar, a man dressed as traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", drinks beer during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OF
June 30, 2013
A man receives a flower necklace during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man receives flower necklace during traditional party in Mexico City
A man receives a flower necklace during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OE
June 30, 2013
Roberto, a man dressed as a traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", walks inside a women's bathroom...
Mexico City, Mexico
Roberto, dressed as traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", walks inside women's bathroom during traditional...
Roberto, a man dressed as a traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", walks inside a women's bathroom during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OD
June 30, 2013
A man dressed as a traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe" reacts during a traditional party in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man dressed as traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe" reacts during traditional party in Mexico City...
A man dressed as a traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe" reacts during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OC
June 30, 2013
A man dances with another man (L) dressed as a traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxe", during a traditional...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man dances with another man dressed as traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxe", during traditional...
A man dances with another man (L) dressed as a traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxe", during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116OA
June 30, 2013
A man dressed as a traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", leaves a women's bathroom during a traditional...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man dressed as traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", leaves a women's bathroom during a traditional...
A man dressed as a traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", leaves a women's bathroom during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116O9
June 30, 2013
A man with a flower on his ear smiles during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man with flower on ear smiles during traditional party in Mexico City
A man with a flower on his ear smiles during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29 REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX116O3
June 30, 2013
A man who is dressed as a traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxe", dances while holding flower necklaces...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man who is dressed as a traditional Zapotec dances during a traditional party in Mexico City
A man who is dressed as a traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxe", dances while holding flower necklaces during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTX116O2
June 30, 2013
Pilar (L) and Nuevo Amanecer, both men who are dressed as traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", pose...
Mexico City, Mexico
Men dressed as traditional Zapotec pose inside a women's bathroom during a traditional party in Mexico...
Pilar (L) and Nuevo Amanecer, both men who are dressed as traditional Zapotec also known as "Muxe", pose for a photograph inside a women's bathroom during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX116O1
June 30, 2013
A man (C) who is dressed as a traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxe", drinks beer during a traditional...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man dressed as traditional Zapotec drinks beer during a traditional party in Mexico City
A man (C) who is dressed as a traditional Zapotec, also known as "Muxe", drinks beer during a traditional party in Mexico City, June 29, 2013. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The muxes, mostly of ethnic Zapotec descent, are widely respected in southern Mexico. Picture taken June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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