Nisha / Malaysia
“In my life, I never imagine that I be on ex-inmate. I always thought that prison are meant for people that harm others. I was in prison just because of my identity as a Muslim Trans Woman in Malaysia. They put me there to correct my behavior and to change my gender identity to what they think is right which is to a man. It was like hell for me in prison. My rights as a human being was taken away. I was abused in many forms till the extend where I wanted to commit suicide. A day in prison felt like a year to me but not matter who hard they tried I was still being who I am. I left prison even without my crowning glory, which is my hair, as a survivor. I left as a Trans Woman.”
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3 comments on “Nisha’s Story”
here are more people out their then any one realized. I think it is a birth defect, No one born is perfect this one effects their brain. God loves everyone regardless.
You are an amazing, free spirited soul that I TRULY ADORE AND RESPECT.. tHANK YOU FOR NOT GIVING UP, THANK YOU FOR BEING STRONG, AND THANK YOU FOR TEACHING US THE TRUE MEANING OF LOVE, THAT LOVE IS UNCONDITIONAL AND THAT LOVE HEALS. i WISH YOU THE BEST, MS nISHA.
I SALUTE NISHA FOR EVERYTHING SHE HAS DONE. EVEN THOUGH SHE FACED SO MUCH HARDSHIP, SHE NEVER GAVE-UP & AS A REWARD TODAY SHE HAS BECOME A ROLE MODEL FOR THE COMMUNITY OUT THERE.
NO MATTER HOW MANY GENERATIONS TO COME, THE NAME “NISHA AYUB” WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN. 5 APRIL WILL NOT ONLY BE A DATE WHERE PEOPLE WILL NOT ONLY CELEBRATE “NISHA AYUB’S DAY” BUT ALSO THE DAY WHEREBY TRUE GREATNESS WAS BORN.