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How to spot the difference between a woman or a ladyboy


As the world's favorite sex-change surgery destination, Thailand takes the lead in its recognition of the complexity of human sexuality. There are, in fact, eighteen gender identities that are recognized.


Prostitution is tolerated in Thailand, and it is one of the reasons that many foreigners travel to Thailand just to have sexual encounters with the locals, especially the famous ladyboys.


The demand for such encounters has no signs of letting up, so quite a few ladyboys end up making a living as prostitutes.


Studies estimate that there could be up to 100,000 ladyboys across the country.


Bangkok is home to one of the largest ladyboy communities in Thailand, and they can often be spotted at work or out walking the city streets.


In Pattaya, Soi 6 is well-known for being packed with beer bars staffed by women while Soi 6/1, a handful of metres away, is known for its ladyboy bars.


The same is true right across Pattaya, with certain areas where katoeys as they are known, tend to congregate.


What maybe also at first be hard for foreigners to take onboard, it is the norm to find a katoey serving you at a bank or in the supermarket, as Thai companies will employ them.


Tips on how to spot the difference between a woman or a ladyboy


The ways to spot a ladyboy in Pattaya are a source of keen interest to many travelers as there are few revelations more shocking than discovering that the beautiful woman you are wooing was not born female.


It is often said that Thai ladyboys are even more beautiful than Thai women, so it is an extremely easy mistake to make.


It may provide some relief to know that ladyboys (in Thai: “katoeys”) are very rarely looking to trap and surprise people.


If you are not interested in what they are offering, they will almost always just leave you alone.


However, it could save you a few lady drinks and a lot of embarrassment if you can tell the difference between those glamorous girls who were born as girls and those who were not. Try looking out for the following clues.



1. Too Tall:
The average height of a Thai woman is 157.3 cm (about 5ft 2in) while the average height for a man is 167.5 cm (about four inches taller). There are always exceptions to the rule but, generally speaking, taller women were probably not born as women. Tall people (of any nationality) generally also have large hands and feet, which can be another good indicator.


2. Too Feminine:
This may sound faintly ridiculous, but ladyboys in Thailand often look and act more ladylike than the ladies! Everything seems exaggerated, particularly walking, where they look like they are on a constant catwalk.
Look out also for the more pronounced swaying of the hips, more elegant posture (particularly when seated), excessively flicking and fidgeting with their hair and over-applied make-up.


3. The Voice:
The melodic croon of “hello, handsome man” can be heard from beer bars throughout Bangkok
and Pattaya, but there is a noticeable difference in pitch. Even with training, the voice of a ladyboy is distinctly deeper than that of a woman.
As with the walking, ladyboys will often try to over-exaggerate the femininity, which comes off as kind of nasal-sounding.


4. Overacting (and overreacting):
Ladyboys do not just exaggerate their femininity; they exaggerate everything! Every word and action are excessively flamboyant.
This makes them stand out from the crowd because Thai culture is such that women (even those working in beer bars and go-go’s) are usually quite reserved.
This does come with a dark side as katoeys in Pattaya are known for also reacting excessively to snubs and insults. Fights involving ladyboys are often very short, surprisingly violent, and best avoided.


5. The Dress Code:
A fancy costume involving feathers and glitter is a dead giveaway that she is a cabaret dancer and therefore certainly a katoey, but such outfits are not that common on Walking Street and Soi Cowboy.
A more visible example of the “too feminine” trait, ladyboys tend to dress in more revealingly than women.


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