blogs.tribune.com.pk – Amna Nasir
Recently, some of my friends and I made a short documentary on transgenders to participate in a documentary competition held at my university.
To collect the required information, we visited their homes and were shocked at what we discovered.
Passing through the narrow alleys, I was disturbed to see open drains and human waste all around. After having spoken to Sahiba, Sapna, and a few other transgenders, I was able to form a clearer picture about this particular gender and the appalling exploitation of their rights.