This extraordinary book is an intimate portrait of Thailand's ladyboys: the men who have chosen to become women. Funny, passionate, angry and provocative, Ladyboys is a no-holds-barred look at the secret lives of Thailand's transsexual men. The book offers intimate details of the lives that they've never publicly revealed. They talk about the choices they've made, their relationships, families, frustrations and hopes. The stories include those of an exotic cabaret performer, a sex worker and even a Muay Thai boxing champion. Ladyboys will leave you amused, saddened, and entertained.
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About the Author
A mother of one, Susan Aldous grew up in Melbourne as a rebellious young woman. Growing tired of her wayward lifestyle, she decided to give all she had to others. She has no money, so she gives her life, helping those with nobody else to turn to, in one of the worlds worst prisons. She has lived in Bangkok for 15 years, campaigning for prisoners rights and fundraising for various charity drives. She is the author of two books: the Angel of Bang Kwang Prison and Ladyboys.