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Beautiful, Boxing, and Fall: ed in NTm fa of use Muay Thai boxer Nong Rose Baan Charoensuk, right, who is transgender, kicks Priewpak Sorjor Wichit-Padrew during a boxding match at the Rajadamnern Stadium In Bangkok PHOTOS REUTERS Transgender boxer winning battle for acceptance THAILAND: Clad in a pink tank top and shorts, her face made up with rouge and red lipstick transgender Muay Thai fighter Nong Rose Baan Charoensuk is a formidable opponent. counters, but they cannot change their gender designation on ident- ity papers, despite a 2015 law against gender-based discrimi- nation. Just ask Karun "Priewpak" Kaemlam, a male fighter who lost a thrilling five-round match to Rose, as she is generally known earlier this month to fight her After more than 300 fights racking up 30 of her 150 wins through knockouts, Rose said she was finally allowed to fight at Rajadamnern Stadium. Puttipong Plukram, the owner of the camp in the northeastern province of Buriram where Rose trains, calls her a "great role model", citing her diligence in chores and training, and saying she often runs farther than anyone I wasn't able to fight her strength and big build," Priewpak said. She fights like a man because she is really a man," added Priewpak, who suffered a gash above his right eye in the fight. It was the second consecutive win for Rose in the revered Muay Thai arena at Rajadamnern Stadium after becoming the first transgender boxer to fight there last month else. her," said Puttipong, 56 Parinya 2004 film Beautiful Boxer Everyone respects and adores Rose is not Thailand's first transgender boxer. That was NongToom Nong Rose Baan Charoensuk prepares for her boxing match at the Rajadamnern Charoenphol, the subject of the The crowd was clearly in her Stadium. corner, cheering wildly for her Toom eventually ran a boxing Born Somros Polchareon, Rose it would be embarrassing if they school and Rose someday hopes to sald she identified as a woman at being a transgender mean that we're weak," Rose said after the fight. "We can achieve makeup and a sports bra in the don't care about them." anything as well." doesn't won or lost," she said. do the same. Rone me said an early age and began wearing Istill face those insults, but I Rose also aspires to be an ambassador for Muay Thai around Thailand is widely seen as a paradise for gay and transgender at eight, following in the fooksteps has done most of her fighting, her people, but many say they are The 21 year-old started boxingIn the rural towns where she ring the world, and urges transgender boxers in rural areas not to be dis- couraged by early setbacks. e an uncle, a Muay Thai fighter appearance disconcerted some of treated as second-class citizes. are who encouraged ber to train. Her her male opponents. twin brother is also a Muay ThaiThey would say they didn't television, in beauty They have to fall first and Transgender women figure on overcome that, then the finish line and won't be far out of reach. want to fight with a gay person, as at hair salons and cosmetics In the newspaper this morning :) -Gabby
Beautiful, Boxing, and Fall: ed
 in
 NTm
 fa
 of
 use
 Muay Thai boxer Nong Rose Baan Charoensuk, right, who is transgender, kicks Priewpak Sorjor Wichit-Padrew during a boxding match at the Rajadamnern Stadium In
 Bangkok
 PHOTOS REUTERS
 Transgender boxer winning battle for acceptance
 THAILAND: Clad in a pink tank
 top and shorts, her face made up
 with rouge and red lipstick
 transgender Muay Thai fighter
 Nong Rose Baan Charoensuk is a
 formidable opponent.
 counters, but they cannot change
 their gender designation on ident-
 ity papers, despite a 2015 law
 against gender-based discrimi-
 nation.
 Just ask Karun "Priewpak"
 Kaemlam, a male fighter who lost
 a thrilling five-round match to
 Rose, as she is generally known
 earlier this month to fight her
 After more than 300 fights
 racking up 30 of her 150 wins
 through knockouts, Rose said she
 was finally allowed to fight at
 Rajadamnern Stadium.
 Puttipong Plukram, the owner
 of the camp in the northeastern
 province of Buriram where Rose
 trains, calls her a "great role
 model", citing her diligence in
 chores and training, and saying
 she often runs farther than anyone
 I wasn't able to fight her
 strength and big build," Priewpak
 said.
 She fights like a man because
 she is really a man," added
 Priewpak, who suffered a gash
 above his right eye in the fight.
 It was the second consecutive
 win for Rose in the revered Muay
 Thai arena at Rajadamnern
 Stadium after becoming the first
 transgender boxer to fight there
 last month
 else.
 her," said Puttipong, 56
 Parinya
 2004 film Beautiful Boxer
 Everyone respects and adores
 Rose is not Thailand's first
 transgender boxer. That was
 NongToom
 Nong Rose Baan Charoensuk prepares for her boxing match at the Rajadamnern Charoenphol, the subject of the
 The crowd was clearly in her Stadium.
 corner, cheering wildly for her
 Toom eventually ran a boxing
 Born Somros Polchareon, Rose it would be embarrassing if they school and Rose someday hopes to
 sald she identified as a woman at
 being a transgender
 mean that we're weak," Rose said
 after the fight. "We can achieve makeup and a sports bra in the don't care about them."
 anything as well."
 doesn't
 won or lost," she said.
 do the same.
 Rone
 me
 said an early age and began wearing Istill face those insults, but I Rose also aspires to be an
 ambassador for Muay Thai around
 Thailand is widely seen as a
 paradise for gay and transgender
 at eight, following in the fooksteps has done most of her fighting, her people, but many say they are
 The 21 year-old started boxingIn the rural towns where she
 ring
 the world, and urges transgender
 boxers in rural areas not to be dis-
 couraged by early setbacks.
 e
 an uncle, a Muay Thai fighter appearance disconcerted some of treated as second-class citizes.
 are
 who encouraged ber to train. Her her male opponents.
 twin brother is also a Muay ThaiThey would say they didn't television, in beauty
 They have to fall first and
 Transgender women figure on overcome that, then the finish line
 and won't be far out of reach.
 want to fight with a gay person, as at hair salons and cosmetics
In the newspaper this morning :) -Gabby

In the newspaper this morning :) -Gabby