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I like to go to the gay clubs in KL, like Blue Boy in Bukit Bintang (that’s a really old, run-down place, but it has survived the best and worst of times, unlike many other flash-in-the-pan gay clubs in KL).I bring my boyfriend to Blue Boy sometimes, and he enjoys it because he is still new to the gay world and likes to see what it’s like.Just as long as they don’t cause trouble and do not disturb the system.Malay Muslims in Malaysia are still generally very conservative.

I believe there was another incident of a reforming-style camp in Terengganu state, or someplace else, for guys who dressed up as women (referred to in the Malay slang as ).But I still regard them as good friends who are just like me. They are Malay Muslims also but because they are from the heartland, jobs for them only consist of the typical bridal/wedding planner line, food and beverage or hospitality industries.Though there are many many successful crossdressers and transvestites in the cities, involved in various fields, appearance is still a big problem for them when it comes to finding their place in society, which is a sad thing.I can say their lifestyle is more difficult as they need to make ends meet while putting up with the stigma that still exists for people like them.Of course, their hardships are also related in some ways by their socioeconomic situation and educational backgrounds.

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