By Fionn Hargreaves For Mailonline. Officially known to the government as the 'third gender,' the hijras are a tight-knit community of transgender individuals in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. In the chaotic city of Dhaka, Bangladesh, the hijras are often excluded by their families and relatives due to attitudes towards transgender people. Danish photographer, Jan Moeller Hansen, visited Dhaka city from to to meet and learn about the hijras and their lives in the Bangladeshi society. In Bangladesh, Pakistan and India, the hijra community is known by the government as the 'third gender'. Pictured, two hijras playfully stick their tongues out and pose for Dutch photographer Jan Moeller Hansen in full make-up and jewellery.
View research View latest news Sign up for updates. Metrics details. The Hijra is a distinct type of gender role in South Asia where men act like women. This group of people is socially excluded by the general community, in terms of attainment of an opportunity for a socially productive life. Often this sort of deprivation forces these individuals towards professions like sex trade, in pursuit of sustenance, which as a consequence places them as a key block in the puzzle of an impending generalized HIV epidemic in Pakistan. This study is a qualitative study, which involved 8 in-depth interviews and four focus group discussions, conducted in Rawalpindi and Islamabad Pakistan from February to April The data was audio taped and transcribed.
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In the Indian subcontinent , Hijra [n 1] are eunuchs , intersex people, and transgender people. In Pakistan , they are called Khawaja Sira—equivalent for transgender in Urdu language. Hijras are officially recognized as third gender in countries in the Indian subcontinent,   being considered neither completely male nor female. Hijras have a recorded history in the Indian subcontinent from antiquity onwards as suggested by the Kama Sutra period. Many hijras live in well-defined and organised all- hijra communities, led by a guru. The word " hijra " is a Hindustani word. Since the late 20th century, some hijra activists and non-government organizations NGOs have lobbied for official recognition of the hijra as a kind of "third sex" or " third gender ", as neither man nor woman.
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