In Indonesia, biological men who believe that they are born with women souls are known as "warias." The term is a combination of two Indonesian words: "wanita" which means woman and "pria" which means man. Transgender people can live openly in a country with the world's largest Muslim population. However, living openly does not mean total or even partial acceptance from the community. At large, the law does not protect them from discrimination or harassment. it is mostly directed at transgender women, who face challenges with stable employment and housing. This essay was made at "Bali Joe's Bar", one of the first LGBT friendly bars at the area. The characters working at the bar find their belonging trough entertaining.