Queues and Toilets Scare Me!

May 2017

In this blog post, Thoibi, a 46 years old transgender man, discusses his fears regarding queues and toilets. Thoibi lives in a small village in Imphal West district.  For example, when he goes to a hospital to get treatment or for someone close to him, just the thought of standing in the queue for out patient department tickets makes him want to forget about whatever illness or pain he or his family member has, and run away instead.

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PublisherRainbow Manipur
ThemesGender, Sexual and gender minorities

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