Proto-Transgenderal & Homoerotic Traditions in Pre-Modern Asian & Pacific Island Societies. by Pauline Park. Presented at the Asian American & Pacific Islander Pre-Conference Institute NGLTF Creating Change Conference 2011 Minneapolis 3 February 2011. Queer API History.
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by Pauline Park
Presented at the Asian American & Pacific IslanderPre-Conference Institute
NGLTF Creating Change Conference 2011Minneapolis3 February 2011
Qing dynasty (18th c.) illustration of male love observed Asian & Pacific Island Societies
Qing dynasty illustration of male love (18th c.) Asian & Pacific Island Societies
Guanyin, the bodhisattva of compassion
Guanyin statue in a Chinese temple in Thailand
A samurai kisses a kabuki actor in a shunga hand scroll(Miyagawa Issho, c. 1750)
Tamasaburo, the celebrated kabuki onnagata
The King and the Clown Asian & Pacific Island Societies starred Gam Wu-seong as Jangsaeng (left), Lee Jun Ki as Gonggil (right), and Jeong Jin-yeong as King Yeonsan (center) and broke all box office records at the time of its release in 2005-2007.
transman (tangata ira tane) and transwoman (hineua)(Rebecca Swan photos for the New Zealand Human Rights Commission report on transgender discrimination, To Be Who I Am)
Hijra in the film Harsh Beauty
Master Lưu Ngọc Đức