A recent decision has cleared the way for shemale sex in Pakistan. The government has asked
the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) to stop using the term “shemale” in job
advertisements. Ammar Younas, a Pakistani lawyer, had objected to the use of the term
“shemale” in recruitment advertisements, which he considered to be a misrepresentation of the
transgender community.

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The word “transgender” was finally translated into Urdu in early 2019. Transgender individuals in
Pakistan face a number of challenges, and HOPE is full of positive expectations for the future.
While Pakistan has a long and troubled history of discrimination, a recent order from the
country’s chief justice has paved the way for acceptance of transgender people. The law has
also lowered discrimination and stigma surrounding the transgender community.
The emergence of gay pornography in Pakistan highlights the country’s intolerance of
homosexuality. According to a study by the independent non-profit organization Mother Jones,
“shemale sex” was the most popular search term in Peshwar, a conservative Islamic region that
is in the frontline of the war on terror. Further, in Peshawar, the plight of gays is further
complicated due to the fact that there is a repressive culture.

Transgender women are marginalized in Pakistan for a variety of reasons. Islam’s strict stance
on gender assignment means that they may not feel safe in new areas. In addition, they may not
feel safe when interacting with Muslims. Nevertheless, many of these women still visit mosques
and answer questions regarding Islam. There is no way to predict if this will change in the future.
And in the meantime, transgender women are living in a dangerous environment.
There are also legal barriers preventing transgender couples from marrying. In June 2016, the
country’s 50 highest court ruled that transgender people can marry. However, homosexuality
remains illegal in Pakistan and can lead to up to 10 years in prison. Ali Akash, the man who was
arrested, admitted in court that he was transgender. His wife, on the other hand, confirmed she
was happy with their marriage.