HOW TO FIND LOVE AS WARIA
What is life like for the transgender community in the world’s largest Muslim country, Indonesia?
In this eye-opening documentary, shot in the scenic coastal region of South Sulawesi, TALES OF THE WARIA follow the lives of four waria (from the words wanita, meaning woman, and pria, meaning man): female in outward appearance, but actually biological men who believe they were born with a woman’s soul, and who are not interested in a sex change because of Islam’s teachings.
TALES OF THE WARIA interweaves the stories of these waria, who encounter unique obstacles in their search for love.
Director Kathy Huang discusses how she got started on the documentary.
TALES OF THE WARIA Trailer
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Co-presented by Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness
Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center is a health services, education, research, and policy organization. Our mission is to educate, support, empower and advocate for Asian and Pacific Islander (A&PI) communities—particularly A&PIs living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS.
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