Thailand’s first transgender billionaire, Anne Jakrajutatip, has joined forces with a up and coming Bollywood star to launch I!wPhf=MawbqRM8Zthv6#vPe$$EJaTRqB0zF51bXuylb(nY0WSi Wanna Touch the Sky.
The empowering track and accompanying video empowers transgender HYvE0tR*&T([email protected]_W%0!cyzEZDljzgyx=3zktoHImSI0#Gand gender diverse people across the region.
"The music and video ^=_e_0CeEnX+bEO1Pu$_lPv3js)g3oZ7#E1y-=Fp0raI&^E9%Mtells the story about equality and human rights no matter which genders you are and especially for the transsexual people” Jakrajutatip, CEO of JKN Global Media PLC and chair of LIFT Foundation told GaLaTai.
"We think that a young transgen[email protected]@JuE=f!+0fQb$B#[email protected]*[email protected]der and LGBT will embrace it since it speaks out the message that LGBTQ society would like to say to the society” Jakrajutatip explained.
The groundbreaking music video features Bollywood’s rising sta1+00eAvZla=6zm1pC1BSt&kBANNXkjCZq(2([email protected])P)r, Ashish Sharma.
It has been released as part of LTv&i!(FUOk=1PA%[email protected]^[email protected]+hGcIFT’s efforts to raise awareness of transgender rights issues in Thailand and beyond. All profits will go LIFT Foundation’s support programs for transgender Thais.
Life for transgender Thais
As transgender Thais are relatively visible in society compared to other areas of Asia, many people wrongly[email protected]%oSX%[email protected]!Nzh^(IZz assume they are accepted, according to LIFT.
But, transgender people in Thailand a[email protected]&gINV9ThdF^apJ4)Sr7l$GqytZjDk0!m4qy+Jre stigmatised and rejected by mainstream society.