In a bustling street of Bangkok, a curious yet concerning incident unfolded, shedding light on deeper societal issues. An Ang Moh, a term commonly used in Southeast Asia to refer to Westerners, approached a Ladyboy, a transgender woman, with a rather peculiar proposition. The encounter, which quickly garnered attention on social media, sparked discussions about respect, gender identity, and cultural sensitivity.
3,000 baht for the shoes don’t want the person
After taking his shoes, the man told the lady boy to leave
Ang Moh asking a Ladyboy to accompany him home, but not for companionship. Instead, he expressed interest in purchasing her shoes, dismissing her worth as a person. The Ladyboy, faced with blatant objectification, responded with dignity, offering to sell her shoes for 3,000 baht.