thinkmexican:

The Muxes of Oaxaca

In Juchitán de Zaragoza, gender roles are not as they are in most of Mexico. A third gender, muxes, men who dress and behave as women, are not only accepted, they play a central role in this Indigenous community’s life and culture.

Video report via Deborah Bonello.

(Source: thinkmexican)

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