In Iran, homosexuality is a crime, punishable with death for men and lashings for women. But Iran is also the only Muslim country in the Persian Gulf region that gives trans citizens the right to have their gender identity recognized by the law. In fact, the Islamic Republic of Iran not only allows sex reassignment, but also subsidizes it. Before the Islamic revolution in Iran there was no official government policy on transgender people. Things changed largely due to the efforts of Maryam Khatoon Molkara. Molkara was fired from her job, forcibly injected with male hormones and put in a psychiatric institution during the revolution. Molkara and her group were able to eventually convince Khamenei to pass a fatwa in declaring gender-confirmation surgery and hormone-replacement therapy religiously acceptable medical procedures. Essentially, Molkara, the Iranian religious leaders she worked with, and the Iranian government had reframed the question of trans people. Trans people were no longer discussed as or thought of as deviants, but as having a medical illness gender identity disorder with a cure sex reassignment surgery.
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