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In North Africa, as Siegfried Frederick Nadel documented in the s, the Nuba peoples including the OtoroNyima, TiraKorongo, and Mesakin have or had roles for male-assigned people who dress and live as women and may marry men, which have been seen as transgender. Naperville, Illinois. People who cross-dressed became easy targets of the law because they were associated, in the public mind, with homosexual subculture. Claros was only the second transgender woman to have her murderer punished under this law. While Lynn said he accepts being called "him" for now, he wishes that there was a specific German pronoun to describe intersex people, and hopes that society will one day understand what it means to live outside of binary definitions of sex and gender -- and to accept intersex people for who they are.

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Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome. Roscoe eds. Under German law, parents can not generally consent to "feminizing," "masculinizing" or "disambiguation" surgeries, unless it is deemed medically necessary or life threatening, according to the German Inter-ministerial Working Group, IMAG.

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After the Islamic conquest of Egypt, black eunuchs served there as civil servants by the 10th century, [26] and black eunuchs in the Ottoman civil service from at least the 16th into the 18th century were commonly exiled to Egypt after their terms.

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