In the society, the most anticipated gender types are binary in nature. We like to identify people as either male or as a female. Although besides this most conventional gender types like man and women, there are some people among us, who are born with a different type of gender, a different body and of course with a different type of identity. They are convicted when they have to answer the most common question of the society that either they are a boy or a girl. Such questions make them to fall in contradiction with their body and identity, in which they have born. This study is conducted to explore the conditions of the third sex people who are facing the problems of identity crisis since they have taken birth. In Bangladesh or in Indian subcontinent, these people are called as people of hijras (eunuchs).
Sabila E Rabbi
SabilaE Rabbi - a humanitarian, gender and social researcher, humanist, traveller.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Gender, feminism, third gender, policy analysis, monograph
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General