Hi, we are David and Annie
Welcome to Thailand and to our media channel. Annie and I live together in Bangkok, Thailand. You may recognise us from Sky TV’s ground breaking series, Ladyboys. I was the technical adviser for the first series and Annie and I appear in all three seasons. We are your local guides to Ladyboys, Love, Dating, Thai culture, Cuisine, Cosmetic Surgery, Travel and how to get a good massage.
Please stay awhile and explore! Read our Story
Ladyboys Sky TV Documentary
This is a preview of Sky TV’s Ladyboys. Both series were filmed in Thailand and Annie and David were featured as a couple settling into a relationship that has blossomed over the last 3 years. As well as acting as Technical Adviser, David shared his experiences about Thailand, ladyboys and dating live on camera in a variety of locations. Davids’s son Troy joined the duo in series 2. Annie’s confidence and English speaking ability grew and culminated in her village where she told 6 million viewers about her life as a young ladyboy. The camera crew said that you could have heard a pin drop during her story so powerful and emotional were her revelations. To read more about David and Annie’s story, browse the channel for news, articles and excerpts from Bangkok Baby & Ladyboys, the inside story. Preview Documentary
Exactly what and who are Thai ladyboys? We discuss with ladyboy friends. Join the debate.
Why are there so many ladyboys in Thailand? Buddhism, tolerance and culture all play a part. Join the discussion.
Ladyboys-what do they want from a relationship? Do they care about nationality, age and money?
The real ‘pros’ and ‘cons’ of living and loving in Thailand. The price we pay for a life of our own choosing may be criticism and one may often find oneself defending the choice to live in Thailand by citing the food, accommodation, cheap hotels and friendly people and if one is bold enough, the beautiful women as our reason, but is it true; are we truly living a dream worth defending?
Love? Already told you.
Passion, betrayal, told you.
Jealousy, mortal suffering, lies, told you.
Later, meeting Annie, I was as wired as a man can be and well versed in Thailand’s real language and knew all about smiles and Thai friendliness.
She was standing at the end of a scruffy Bangkok street wearing a red t-shirt, smiling.
In general the red light areas of Bangkok are not places where you are likely to meet a representative sample of Thai people. Cities like Pattaya, even less so. This is also the case as regards the Ladyboys you may see or even meet in those types of places. Despite superficial appearances Thailand is a very conservative country both in manners and appearances.