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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in the Philippines have a distinctive, influential culture but limited legal rights.
The term bakla is sometimes used in a derogatory sense, although bakla people have largely embraced it.
Bakla individuals are socially and economically integrated into Filipino society and are considered an important part of society.
In the Philippines, transgender women get no recognition from the national government, let alone legal protections.
They cannot change their names or gender markers on any legal documents, even if they have sex reassignment surgery.