Renita, Renita

“A lot of people think that we are happy. In fact, we are sad. We really suffer from this life. No one wants to become a transsexual like us, neither do we. We don’t want to become transsexuals.”

Trapped in a male body, Renita wanted to be a doctor and a woman since she was a child but her parents forced her to study at a Islamic school where she was bullied and ostracized. She rebelled by becoming a prostitute in the hope of finding freedom but instead, found that it came at a cost – she experienced brutality and was discriminated against by her family and the Indonesian society in which she lived. (Excerpt from main website)

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