Thai Ladyboys – To Pee or Not to Pee

It’s been a long time since I’ve written a dedicated post about Thailand’s third gender. Thai Ladyboys in Pattaya – Miss Tiffany’s Universe 2012 was my last post about Thailand’s third sex and that delved into the world of Thailand’s top beauty pageant for ladyboys. That was back in April last year.

A very funny commercial about a medical center in Bangkok has persuaded me to harness the horses and jump onto Thailand’s gay wagon and post about their third gender once again. This post has a video which you really must see. Trust me, it’s very, very funny. My only worry is you might die laughing.

The video is for Toctick Clinic, a dermatology specialist in Bangkok and their company slogan – ‘Timeless Beauty Designer’ –  would suggest they perform cosmetic surgery too. My research revealed very little information to confirm that to be true, although the video might suggest otherwise. I also read a web snippet which guessed that at Toctick Clinic a life changing operation ‘Down Under’ doesn’t involve a flight to Brisbane. Again, I could find no clear evidence of that either.

Toctick Clinic resides in Ratchathewi District, Bangkok, and their ladyboy video is one of the funniest morsels of film I have ever seen. It shows there is a very funny side to Thai ladyboys and one which (in this case) very few people have seen.[dublin-core-metadata]

One the funniest Thai ladyboy videos ever made

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8 thoughts on “Thai Ladyboys – To Pee or Not to Pee

  1. Haha! Lol, that was very funny, I have to admit. Though the LB in the film was hardly funny, more like seriously beautiful. It’s LBs like that that leave straight men asking themselves some serious questions! Assuming she really was? Could have just been a female actor? Anyway, thanks for sharing!
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  2. Quite funny and daring, but for Thai standards I’m accustomed to, also a bit stereo-typing, since in reality no one like her would use the men’s restroom. Besides that, In Thailand the fear of men being called gay or feminine is about the same as ladies being called lesbian or masculin in the West. Or in other words for many over here it isn’t a very big issue.
    This applies to me too, I’m living with a wonderful trans-female for 3.5 years now.
    I showed the clip and she found it: “Haha, not so bad!” 😉
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  3. I-nomad – I’m not going to argue with your expert opinion, especially after reading your last paragraph. I’m just disappointed your partner only gave it a ‘haha’ and not a 555.

    The funny ladyboy tag is more aimed at westerners who have never visited Thailand but find their subject hard to resist.

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