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The Mail & Guardian looks at the daily battles faced by rural transgender people who struggle with acceptance, culture and discrimination.
Phiwe Ncengi, a transwoman and She advocacy officer, says sex work can take many forms and isn’t always just about the money. Sometimes it’s about self-acceptance, especially “when you know that a client will call you ‘baby’, ‘honey’ – those good words”.
READ MORE: 'My body is a battleground': How rural trans people struggle to live out their rights
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