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The Khmer language recognises male ("pros") and female ("srey") as the dominant genders, but also includes term kteuy (equivalent to the Thai "kathoey") for a third gender intermediate between the other two: it describes a person who has the external physical characteristics of either pros or srey but behaves in a manner appropriate to the other.
As in Thailand, the term kathoey now refers almost exclusively to the physiologically masculine pair of this term – i.e., physical males who have a female identity, most often expressed in cross-dressing.
In 2015, the Ministry of Information sent out a letter imploring popular media outlets in Cambodia to stop mocking the LGBT community.
The letter cites the Constitution that ridiculing the LGBT community deprives them of 'the honor and rights of LGBT people who are also protected by the state’s law as well as other citizens'.
A few other aspects of the Criminal Code may impact the rights of LGBT people living in Cambodia: It is illegal in Cambodia to be a prostitute or live in the same residence as prostitutes.