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Postcards include photographic and photomechanical prints, some hand-colored. Many depict gallant visual narratives of women being wooed by other women dressed as men. Additional postcards include humorous images, popular genre narratives, promotional portraits of theatrical and music-hall male and female impersonators, as well as World War I POW camp theatrical productions.
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His [a] comedic style takes the form of rambling whimsical monologues and self-referential pantomime. Izzard has campaigned for various causes and has been a Labour Party activist for most of his adult life. He twice ran for a seat on Labour's National Executive Committee. When Christine Shawcroft resigned in Marchhe took her place.
This remarkable document in the history of transvestism provides a first-hand account of manners and morals in late seventeenth century French society. In a light, intimate style praised by Sainte-Beuve, Choisy recounts his scandalous and entertaining escapades as a transvestite. Reared as a girl by his ambitious mother, the young Choisy dressed in girls' clothes, wore earrings, and was much admired by Louis XIV's homosexual transvestite brother.
First set of cards : The music hall and theater post cards cards are arranged alphabetically by performer, followed by the gallant scenes cards and then the comic images cards Postcards portraying cross-dressing and female and male impersonators in France, both real-photo postcards, some hand-colored, and those printed using heliogravure and offset methods. All are printed between circa and in France, except for four printed in other European countries, and all the performers appeared in France.
A person who sometimes wears clothes traditionally worn by and associated with the opposite sex; typically a male who cross-dresses occasionally by habit or compulsion. Literally, a "cross-dresser". The numerical value of transvestite in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1. Maybe I couldn't make it.
This tag identifies the specific hagiographical motif of women taking on male disguise in order to enter monastic life, especially stories set in the early Christian period when female monastic institutions were not prevalent. This article is taken from a more extensive study and edition of Caxton's 15th century English translation of the Vitas Patrum biographies of early saints that Lowerre was working on. This paper looks specifically at four "transvestite" saints and one other female saint with similar themes.