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Early last month, Pakistani Senator Mushtaq Ahmad Khan proposed the Senate Standing Committee on Human Rights amend the Transgender Protection Act of 2018, leading to a firestorm of online abuse on both sides of the argument. Despite its desire to be known as conservative society with strong Islamic inclinations, Pakistan is one of only a few countries with legislation protecting transgender rights. The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act 2018 asserts fundamental rights to transgender people including rights to access to public spaces, education, employment, healthcare, identity, and political participation. Most importantly, it recognises their right to live with dignity, […]

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They can't be  dragged back to the Dark Ages, Pakistan has never left the Dark Ages. It is the very definition of a failed, backward Nation.  

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