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Sport In conservative Mexico, 'Muxes' soccer team tackles outdated LGBT stereotypes

02:20  27 october  2020
02:20  27 october  2020 Source:   reuters.com

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Muxes are not transgender , they are distinct. Vestidas are muxes who dress as women and apply makeup, but there are also pintadas, the less common Occasionally muxes will take on more ‘manly' career paths; one notable muxe, Amaranta Gómez Regalado, ran for Mexico 's congress in 2003.

In Juchitán, Mexico , muxes – children identified as male at birth, but who choose at a young age to be raised as female – are embraced as part of the community. Being muxe is often confused with being transgender , but it is an identity specific to the Oaxaca region and the indigenous Zapoteca culture.

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A soccer team in Mexico's capital is shooting for greater inclusion for the LGBT community by relying on the widespread love of Latin America's most popular sport.

Mexico City's "Muxes", named after the indigenous transgender women who have been part of southern Mexican communities for centuries, offer a unique space for LGBT people in a conservative nation of 126 million people.

"We're breaking many stereotypes," said 47-year-old soccer player, Jesus Trejo.

The Muxes, whose black uniforms feature a rose and a soccer ball, has gained prominence and is being sponsored by Nike.


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Muxes' founder Geremia Oleta said the club is looking to add a team for female players to be even more inclusive.

"Playing on an LGBT team is different," said 25-year-old footballer Humberto Ramirez.

"No one discriminates against you, even though not all the players are gay."

(Reporting by Roberto Ramirez; Writing by Laura Gottesdiener; Editing by Drazen Jorgic and Stephen Coates)

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