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* [[Jackie Curtis]] (1947–1985), American actress and writer<ref name="jackiecurtis">"[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0193363/bio Jackie Curtis (I) - Biography]". Retrieved April 2, 2007.</ref>
 
* [[Jackie Curtis]] (1947–1985), American actress and writer<ref name="jackiecurtis">"[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0193363/bio Jackie Curtis (I) - Biography]". Retrieved April 2, 2007.</ref>
 
* [[Molly Cutpurse]] (b. 1952), English author<ref name="mollycutpurse">"[http://www.mollycutpurse.com/The%20reluctant%20TS.html The Reluctant TS]". Retrieved April 2, 2007.</ref>
 
* [[Molly Cutpurse]] (b. 1952), English author<ref name="mollycutpurse">"[http://www.mollycutpurse.com/The%20reluctant%20TS.html The Reluctant TS]". Retrieved April 2, 2007.</ref>
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The people on this list have been selected because their fame or notoriety is in some way due or connected to their transgender identity or behaviour. The individual listings note the subject's nationality and main occupation, especially if the person is known for reasons other than their transgenderism.

It is often difficult to construe the gender and sexual identity of those people who lived before the 20th century, since most of the modern concepts of gender were not developed until the second half of the century. In most non-Western and ancient or medieval societies, transgendered people are seen as a different gender in itself, and there is a separate category for them, that is different from both 'men' and 'women'. They are often described collectively as 'third genders.' There is no concept of 'homosexuality,' 'heterosexuality' or 'sexual orientation' in these societies, and gender orientation is the sole criteria for determining identities of individuals. These societies traditionally have separate social spaces for third gendered people, which is separate from both men's social spaces and women's social spaces.

Some of the persons listed here crossdressed during wartime for various purposes.

It should also be noted that transgender people are by definition not "transvestites" or "drag performers" because the latter do not live or identify their gender as being opposite of their sex assigned at birth consistently in their daily lives.

Contents

Top - A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Film and television - Literature and mythology - Other media
See also - References
External links

List

A

B

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James Birch. DMU Student

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

R

S

T

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  • Karen Ulane (1940–1989), American pilot fired by Eastern Airlines; discrimination case set Title VII precedent for transsexual people[177]
  • Pieter Dirk Uys (b. 1945), South African playwright, comedian and political satirist[178]

V

W

X

Y

Z

Transgender characters in popular culture

In film and television

In literature and mythology

In other media

See also

References

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