Netizens Express Amazement after Learning These Gorgeous Ladies Were Actually Born as Boys

Netizens expressed amazed after learning that the photos of gorgeous ladies recently posted by one blog site were actually those of transgenders who were born as boys.

Just by looking at these photos, can you tell if they were real ladies or transgenders?

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A lot of netizens would later comment that these transgenders looked more female and gorgeous than a many real ladies! Whew.

These transgenders are just some of the most beautiful lady boys in Thailand where it is actually easy to shift genders because surgeries are even available at spas, alongside offers for massage and diamond peels.

Who do you think is the most beautiful and ladylike of them all?

Monthana Jeen

According to Manila Flash, she rose to fame when she showed up at a military draft for men. No one would believe she’s actually a man — until they saw her birth certificate.

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Woranun Frame

Just like Monthana, Woranun shocked people when she attended the military draft for men. She looks too delicate to become a soldier, yes?

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Rinrada Yoshi

Because of her doll-like face, Rinrada became an actress — and you guessed it right, she plays female roles.

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Treechada Poyd

Just like Rinrada, Treechada is also an actress. She also acts as role model for transgenders to follow their dreams.

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Patta Nadia

Crowned as Miss Mimosa Queen Thailand in 2015, Patta would go on to become a dancer and freelance model.

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Nathachat Hana

A lot of people are greatly surprised that Nathacat was born male. While her features weren’t exactly delicate, she looks like someone who would win international beauty pageants for females.

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Chananchida Blossom

Rising to fame after joining modeling show called The Face Thailand Season 3, Chananchida finished first runner up but went on to become a popular model.

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