This article addresses the history of transgender people in the United States from prior to western contact until the present. European transgender people have been present in the land now known as the United States at least since the early s. Before Western contact, some Native American tribes had third gender people whose social roles varied from tribe to tribe.
By Aimee Brannen For Mailonline. A transgender teen and aspiring model appeared as a woman in public for the first time at her school prom. Argentinian Juana Sosa, 17, who was born a boy, chose the big night to share her true identity - and documented the night online in a film called Prom Vlog Trans Version in the hope of inspiring others.
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When Kylan Arianna Wenzel takes the stage Saturday for the preliminary round of the Miss California USA pageant, the tall knockout will be representing a lot more than her hometown. Wenzel, 26, will be the first transgender woman allowed to compete in a Miss Universe Organization pageant since Donald Trump changed the rules to allow women like Wenzel to enter officially. Trump made the change last spring, after Miss Canada finalist Jenna Talackova was disqualified from the competition because she was not a "naturally born female.
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Hanh Nguyen. Her pal Cyrus Joshua Rush suddenly realizes that he also might be interested in boys. The hit Disney Channel series centers on the life of its title character Andi, who only recently discovered that her older sister Bex Lilan Bowden is in fact her mother.
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The College Republicans at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill were having a cookout, which they had advertised on their Facebook page with a picture of Ronald Reagan grilling hot dogs. It was a sweltering evening in August, a week after protesters toppled the bronze statue of a Confederate soldier on their campus known as Silent Sam, and a month before Christine Blasey Ford testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee that Brett Kavanaugh had attacked her at a high-school party in the 80s. The girls, only about a dozen, looked like college girls everywhere today, in T-shirts and tank tops, shorts and leggings. Except that they were not like college girls everywhere, most of whom lean to the left and vote Democratic, or tell pollsters they plan to.
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