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Hijras: transvestites, eunuchs or asexuals? fathered by Krishna and Aravan….or Ardhanari?

Hijras are communities of transvestites, eunuchs and asexuals or meta-sexuals with a traditional (marginal) role in Hindu society.

From Wikipedia:

Hijras belong to a special caste. They are usually devotees of the mother goddess Bahuchara Mata, Lord Shiva or both. Hijra culture draws upon the traditions of several religions.

Hijras and Bahuchara Mata

Bahuchara Mata is a Hindu goddess with two unrelated stories both associated with transgender behavior. One story is that she appeared in the avatar of a princess who castrated her husband because he would run in the woods and act like a woman rather than have sex with her. Another story is that a man tried to rape her so she cursed him with impotence. When the man begged her forgiveness to have the curse removed, she relented only after he agreed to run in the woods and act like a woman. The primary temple to this goddess is Gujarat[25] and it is a place of pilgrimage for hijras, who see Bahucahara Mata as a patroness.

Hijras in the Mahabharata
In the Mahabharata, before the Kurukshetra War, Ahiravan offers his lifeblood to goddess Kali to ensure the victory of the Pandavas, and Kali agrees to grant him power. On the night before the battle, Aravan expresses a desire to get married before he dies. No woman was willing to marry a man doomed to die in a few hours, so Krishna assumes the form of a beautiful woman called Mohini and marries him. In South India, hijras claim Aravan as their progenitor and call themselves “aravanis.”[27]
In Tamil Nadu each year in April and May, hijras celebrate an eighteen-day religious festival. The Aravani temple is located in the village Koovagam in the Ulundurpet taluk in Villupuram district, and is devoted to the deity Koothandavar, who is identified with Aravan. During the festival, the aravanis reenact a story of the wedding of Lord Krishna and Lord Aravan, followed by Aravan’s subsequent sacrifice. They then mourn Aravan’s death through ritualistic dances and by breaking their bangles. An annual beauty pageant is also held, as well as various health and HIV or AIDS seminars. Hijras from all over the country travel to this festival. A personal experience of the hijras in this festival is shown in the documentary India’s Ladyboys, by BBC Three and also on the television series Taboo on the National Geographic Channel.

Hijras and Lord Shiva

One of the forms of Lord Shiva is a merging with Parvati where together they are Ardhanari, a god that is half Shiva and Half Parvati. Ardhanari is especially worshipped in North India and has special significance as a patron of hijras, who identify with the gender ambiguity.[25]

Hijras in Ramayana

In some versions of the Ramayana,[26] when Rama leaves Ayodhya for his 14-year exile, a crowd of his subjects follow him into the forest because of their devotion to him. Soon Rama notices this, and gathers them to tell them not to mourn, and that all the “men and women” of his kingdom should return to their places in Ayodhya. Rama then leaves and has adventures for 14 years. When he returns to Ayodhya, he finds that the hijras, being neither men nor women, have not moved from the place where he gave his speech. Impressed with their devotion, Rama grants hijras the boon to confer blessings on people during auspicious inaugural occasions like childbirth and weddings. This boon is the origin of badhai in which hijras sing, dance, and give blessings.[27]

The first reality show for and about the transgendered will be launched by a Bangladesh TV channel according to http://malikatv.blogspot.com

The ATN Bangla show — called “Amra Tomadery” — translated as “We are for you“, started accepting applications for contestants in December of last year. Contestants will be dancing and acting in front of voting audiences.

“The aim is to end the taboos that are associated with hijras,” said the show’s producer.

Born in the Wrong Body

Ben had never shown any interest in his older brother’s toys, and he’d always been drawn to girls’ clothes. To simulate long hair, he wore towels or arm chair covers on his head. When he was 3, he was a princess for Halloween. So begins an article by Connie Matthiessen for an online parenting web site.

Until the trip to Colorado, James and her husband suspected their son might be gay. But this was different. “After that, he started talking about being a girl,” she says. “He began to make it clear who he was, and who he was didn’t match his anatomy.”

Living in a conservative Nebraska town, James and her husband didn’t know anyone with gender identity issues. The family is solidly middle class: Ellen James practices family law, her husband manages a manufacturing company. All three of their children were baptized in the Catholic Church, where James attended the Sunday services. The prospect of raising a child who felt like he was born into the wrong body pushed them to the edges of their understanding. “It was a whole new reality — and not something we were prepared for,” James says.

Born in the wrong body

After the Colorado trip, Ben began drawing pictures of himself in boy’s clothing, but then added thought bubbles above his head showing what he felt to be his actual self: a long-haired girl in a bathing suit. He asked his family to call him Kate. And at night, he prayed for God to “make his outsides match his insides,” as he put it.

James and her husband began reading everything they could find on gender identity and transgender children. One high-profile expert’s research warned that allowing children to dress in the clothing of the opposite sex and to identify themselves as the opposite gender — even in play — could create a self-fulfilling prophesy. In response, James and her husband tried to keep the door open for Ben to embrace a male identity if that was what he decided: James kept Ben’s hair in a boyish buzz cut, and persuaded him to paint his room teal instead of pink.

Ultimately, James and her husband consulted a therapist who specialized in transgender issues, and took Kate to see her as well. The more they learned, says James, the more convinced they became that they should allow Ben to live as a girl, if that was what he wanted.

There’s no solid data on the number of transgender people in the world, but recent analysis of U.S. census data by UCLA’s Williams Institute estimates that there are 700,000 transgender people in the U.S. (.3 percent of the U.S. population). What is known is that transgender people face more risks and more obstacles no matter where they live. Transgender young people in particular are at high risk for suicide (one-third of all transgender youth have attempted suicide, according to one estimate), drug use, HIV and STD infection, depression, and homelessness.

Recent research by San Francisco State University’s Family Acceptance Project suggests that parental attitudes can change those odds. Researchers found that transgender youth who are accepted and supported by their families are less likely to engage in risky behavior, and demonstrate a high degree of optimism about their futures.

In the end, James says she and her husband took the advice of one expert who suggested that they follow their child’s lead. “The counselor said Kate would tell us what she needed and when,” James says. “As adults, that’s excruciating. You want to know what to expect, what the next step will be. But it’s been true: She’s let us know every step of the way.”

Difficult transition
In first grade, their child was Ben at school and Kate fulltime at home. The following year the child asked her mother when she could, “go to school as myself.” Ellen James wanted to move slowly — “At that point we were still second-guessing ourselves,” she says — and she suggested that third grade would be a good time make the transition. “Katie threw herself face down on the couch,” James recalls. “That seemed like forever to her.”

Deciding that his mother wasn’t moving fast enough, Ben outed himself. He began told close friends at school that he was a girl; he also told the school counselor.

As the school year wore on, James realized that living a double life was taking a toll on her child. At home, Kate was exuberant, spirited, and happy; at school, Ben was withdrawn, quiet, and shy.

So James met with school officials and told them Ben wanted to start third grade as a girl. She was apprehensive about how officials at the Catholic school would respond, and was pleased that their initial reaction was positive. “At first, everyone seemed to be on board,” she recalls.

When word got out to the archdiocese, however, the school changed its tune. Over Easter break school officials informed James that if it was “Kate” who showed up after summer break, she would no longer be welcome at school. James said that from this point on, the principal, teachers, and other parents stopped speaking to her. After the break, her child’s social life also took a turn for the worse. Teachers no longer called on the student whose name was still Ben on the roster. On the playground, kids taunted Ben, and told him he was headed for hell. “My father says you’re committing one of the Seven Deadly Sins,” one kid said.

“It was tough on Kate, because these were kids she thought were her friends,” James says. “It bothered her that they were fine until the adults got involved: That was when the remarks got vicious.”

As a lifelong Catholic, James felt equally devastated. “I felt my whole world come crashing in,” she says. “Everything I’d been raised to believe — lessons about tolerance and acceptance — seemed like a joke.”

New school, new child

Now, two years later, Kate attends a public school where she’s thriving, according to James. School administrators and teachers know her situation, and have been supportive from the start. Kate has friends and is invited to play dates and slumber parties. (Kate’s close friends at school know about her identity, but many other kids at her school do not.)

“Your goal as a parent is for your child to be healthy and happy, and she is now,” James says.

But James’ relief is tinged with apprehension. There have been problems: Last year, for example, a friend turned on Kate when she learned that she’d been born a boy. The girls are in different classrooms this year, and so far everything has been peaceful. Still, James knows there are rough patches ahead, particularly in middle and high school, when kids can be intolerant — especially about sexuality and gender issues.

Kate and her parents will also face a choice about whether or not to start hormone therapy. The treatment, which originated in the Netherlands and has been used in the U.S. for just a decade, initially forestalls puberty; later, around age 16, the child can take estrogen or testosterone to develop appropriate physical characteristics. (Once a transgender young person reaches adulthood, he or she can elect to have a surgical sex change.)

For now, Ellen James is too busy to worry about the future. Along with three kids and a legal practice, she’s regional director for Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). She gives speeches regularly to civic groups, school counselors, and other organizations, telling her family’s story. “I feel like I’m educating the world around Kate,” she says.

James knows many people don’t agree with the choice she and her husband have made to let Ben become Kate. “People act as if a little redirection would fix it, as if she were a bratty kid in a candy store,” she says. One teacher even suggested that James was indulging her son’s behavior because she really wanted a daughter.

“But this isn’t a whim we came up with when we were bored one day,” she says. “This transition has been going on for years.” Ultimately, she’s convinced that there wasn’t an alternative ending to her child’s identity story. “It isn’t a choice,” she says. “It’s who she is.”

Boy/Girls Are Always In Demand — Especially Randy!

Have a look at this collection of retro and vintage transgender transvestite pulp, with Astounding Transvestite Tales, stories of the Drag Trade, Boys Will Be Girls and Diary of a Transvestite Hooker, which has on its cover: “Sometimes it was dangerous, sometimes it was fun, but boy/girls are always in demand — especially Randy!”


April Ashley’s Odyssey

From April Ashley’s Odyssey:

My room was towards the top of the house and underneath it, “making ends meet, darlink”, was Sheherazade, a towering Titian redhead from the North, a lesbian and a harlot. Most of the women prostitutes were blatant men-haters. Yet, no, she was not so much a lesbian as prodigiously kinky. You name it, Sheherazade loved it. However, her predilection was for sado- masochism. With boots, leather and whips, she ran a prosperous business out of her severely furnished bedsitter. Apart from height, Sheherazade’s most conspicuous asset was the bulk of her breasts, strapped up in a brassière like a black- leather hammock to render them more victimising. They were magnificent, even better than Lana Turner’s in They Won’t Forget. On duty she added a pair of black-leather briefs with apertures let into them front and back and decorated with curlicues of metal studs, Prince Charming boots (seven-inch stiletto heels) reaching to her strong upper thighs, and round her wrists and neck coils of chain cut to the correct length by a man in the hardware department of Harrods, himself a suppliant. A true exhibitionist, Sherry often patrolled the streets attired thus, with a trench coat over the top to prevent arrest.

A fascinating, harrowing account of a wretched Liverpudlian childhood, a hairless adolescence among sailors, a feminisation by the big blondes of the Carrousel Club in 1950’s Paris:

Bambi took me along to Dr Four once a week for expensive shots of the female hormone oestrogen. These assist feminisation, but not fundamentally. The most important effect is the promotion of breast development. As the breasts enlarge they redden and become sore. The nipples become particularly touchy. Oestrogen must affect people differently because my breasts never amounted to much whereas Ruby, another of the female impersonators, had overwhelming dugs, pendulous in character. She’d take off her brassière and wail, ‘My God, the floor’s cold!’

On stage at Le Carrousel, 1958, Paris
On stage at Le Carrousel

My Catering Tart


Although it’s been nearly a week since we spoke, I am still thinking about you, your narrative and how you wrapped me up in it and made me a “catering tart”! So I must thank you; the memories have kept me entertained and busy thinking of such things ever since. Thank-you!

You suggested I write and remind you about some of the details of the fantasy so here is my summary:

I had described a story, from Fictionmania, about a boy with acne seeking a solution to clear it up. When a female friend’s mother mentioned how “the pill” had worked for her, a (somewhat predictable) series of events followed, which included the boy getting birth contol pills from his friend, as well as his own mother, and following a pathway to femininity.

That series is found on Fictionmania.com under the title “My Wonderful Obsession” by Donna Turner.

My main criticism (also predictable) of that story was the lack of sexual situations – even when, in one chapter, the main character had sex with his (temporary) girlfriend, little was made of it. All episodes were “G” rated with the exception of a later chapter which included the description of the main character masturbating his boyfriend – and this done in a way that achieved only an “R” rating. As I progressed through the chapters it occurred to me this was more of a romance novel than a smut story (as I might have been hoping for) and, at some point, I lost interest (not enough to keep me from skimming through to find the sexual parts, of course). However, I will give the writer credit, at least, for story telling and writing skills.

For your version, you took over my description of events in the story where the boy was led into the situation of becoming employed, by his girlfriend’s parents’ catering company, as a serving girl. The mother made every effor to ensure the boy would be completely convincing, not only in dress and comportment but also in situations where the men made passes at the serving girls – in a way that would ensure maximum profitability for the catering company. Later in your rendition, you introduced the boy to a girl who started out “just like him” . . .

I had to stop you at some point after that; I don’t recall exactly what you described that this girl was helping me with but, at the time, it was more than I could handle! I slept well that night but, when I awoke the following morning, I was aroused again and lingered in bed thinking about the catering job (and the “boss” and the “girl” and the events…).

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