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PostSubject: How Britain tried to 'erase' India's third gender   How Britain tried to 'erase' India's third gender Icon_minitimeSat Jun 01, 2019 8:29 pm

In August 1852, a eunuch called Bhoorah was found brutally murdered in northern India's Mainpuri district.

She lived in what was then the North-West Provinces with two disciples and a male lover, performing and accepting gifts at "auspicious occasions" like births of children and at weddings and in public. She had left her lover for another man before she was killed. British judges were convinced that her former lover had killed her in a fit of rage.

During the trial they described eunuchs as cross-dressers, beggars and unnatural prostitutes.

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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-48442934

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