Transsexual Flight Attendant
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Meet the PH’s first trans woman flight attendants
Jenner played college football for the Graceland Yellowjackets before incurring a knee injury that required surgery. Convinced by Olympic decathlete Jack Parker 's coach, L. Weldon , to try the decathlon , Jenner had a six-year decathlon career, culminating in winning the men's decathlon event at the Summer Olympics in Montreal ,   setting a third successive world record and gaining fame as "an all-American hero". Jenner publicly came out as a trans woman in April , announcing her new name in July.
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Thai airline goes for unique identity - hires ladyboys!
In this Wednesday, Feb. Air headquarters in Bangkok. BANGKOK - Four Thai "ladyboys" have been recruited as flight attendants for a start-up charter airline that says it will be Thailand's first to include transsexuals among its cabin crew.
With her crisp uniform, immaculate makeup and hair swept up, Mew looks like any other air hostess, but she's one of a handful of Thai transsexuals blazing a trail in the skies. Fledgling Thailand-based carrier PC Air has hired four transgender cabin crew in a highly publicized recruitment drive that has divided opinion over whether the move is in the spirit of equality or exploitation. In their neat black uniform and fiery orange scarves, Mew and her colleagues ushered passengers to their seats, demonstrated safety features and filled coffee cups -- offering little indication that they were any different from the other air hostesses on the flight. Some passengers, perhaps having seen PC Air's advertising, asked the transsexual cabin crew to pose for pictures with them, but many seemed unaware there was anything unusual about the flight attendants. Thailand has a culture of tolerance on issues of sexual orientation and gender, and "katoeys", as transsexuals are known in the kingdom, are considered a "third sex" in their own right.