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This page was last edited on 15 January , at Forster , and Jean Genet made pilgrimages in the 19th and 20th centuries from homophobic Europe to Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, and various other Arab countries, where homosexual sex was not only met without any discrimination or subcultural ghettoization whatsoever, but rather, additionally as a result of rigid segregation of the sexes, seemed to be available on every corner. Iran's 'diagnosed transsexuals ' ".
In , it was reported that it is very difficult for transgender people to find work. Mooney; David Knox; Caroline Schacht.
Khomeini, however, did give her a letter to authorize her sex reassignment operation, which she later did in Surgeries to alter congenital intersex conditions were reported in the Iranian press as early as
Previous version appeared in Phase 2 No. Jordan , Bahrain , and Iraq are the only Arab countries where homosexuality is legal;  however, there is some stigma in the Iraqi society which sometimes leads to vigilante executions. Hojatoleslam Kariminia, a mid-level cleric who is in favor of transgender rights, has stated that he wishes "to suggest that the right of transsexuals to change their gender is a human right" and that he is attempting to "introduce transsexuals to the people through my work and in fact remove the stigma or the insults that sometimes attach to these people.