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Evie, also known as Turdi, the former nanny of President Obama, stands Jan. 27, 2012, at the doorway of her room at a boarding house in a slum in Jakarta, Indonesia. Evie, who was born a man but believes she is really a woman, has endured a lifetime of taunts and beatings because of her identity. (Associated Press)
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Evie, also known as Turdi, the former nanny of President Obama, stands Jan. 27, 2012, at the doorway of her room at a boarding house in a slum in Jakarta, Indonesia. Evie, who was born a man but believes she is really a woman, has endured a lifetime of taunts and beatings because of her identity. (Associated Press)

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