Transgender History in the United States - UMass Amherst
to switch between male and female identities, the decision simultaneously punished Hall . 2 Transgender HisTory in THe UniTed sTaTes and reinforced gender boundaries. It also forever marked Hall publicly as an oddity in ... His wives apparently were aware of Hall’s secret and respected how he expressed his gender. No one else knew, including ...
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