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Aikane is a traditional Kanaka Maoli term for a kane (man) who is the male lover of another kane or man.
- Morris, Robert J. (1990). "Aikāne: Accounts Hawaiian Same-Sex Relationships in the Journals of Captain Cook’s Third Voyage (1776-80)". Journal of Homosexuality 19 (4): 21–54. Retrieved 6 September 2013.
- Interview with Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) Mahu: Hinaleimoana Wong
- A book of interest is 'O Au No Keia: Voices from Hawai'i's Mahu and Transgender Communities, by Andrew Matzner (2001).
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- Like a Lady in Polynesia