The T on the T, Trans Fabulous: Social Inequality Justice Responsibility, Cultural Relativism

Tonight, Aisya Zaharin. As a Malaysian Muslim transwoman and a social justice researcher exploring her transgender identity in a conservative society, positions Aisya within a long history of oppression and injustice alongside other global marginalised and vulnerable assigned-male-at-birth transgender groups.

Aisya serves as a board member of the Australia GLBTQIA+ Multicultural Council (AGMC) while doing her PhD on navigating Asian values and media responsibility. Her research includes fields in political science and history, decolonisation to LGBTQI+ and Islam with a focus on improving social inequality, promoting cultural relativism and social responsibility.

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