Pakistan’s Christian transgender people, often mocked, abused and bullied, say they have found peace and solace in a church of their own. During a recent service, transgender women, flowing scarves loose over their long hair, conducted Bible readings and raucously sang hymns, accompanied by the rhythms of a drum played by a transgender elder in the church. The church, called the First Church of Eunuchs, is the only one for transgender Christians in Pakistan.
China's annual World Internet Conference is usually a forum for luminaries from the country's online giants and government bodies to discuss pressing issues of the day. The plans have been described by analysts as the first serious attempt on the part of Beijing's antitrust authorities to regulate the tech companies whose services pervade Chinese daily life, particularly Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Tencent Holdings Ltd. The lone person to touch on it in a keynote speech was Alibaba CEO Daniel Zhang, who called the tightening oversight "very timely and necessary".
Eyecue's report disproves the thinking that posts featuring darker skin tones don't perform well.