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marley
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WWE tried to make a famous wrestler gay

It has been reported that wrestler Brock Lesnar was almost written as a “gay character” by WWE officials as their former writer Brian Solomon pitched the idea that Lesnar’s character could be gay, although he did not want homosexuality to be represented stereotypically.Lesnar has appeared on WWE’s scripted reality wrestling shows for more than a decade and is currently WWE Universal Champion.  it is looks curious for me, friends. http://gaynewseurope.com/en/2017/09/15/wwe-tried-to-make-a-famous-wrestl...

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In traditional cultures there

In traditional cultures there is often third gender, which refers to individuals with the opposite in relation to their realname biological sex, gender identity. So, for the Indians of North America fairly typical was the phenomenon of burgaleta. He recorded 113 Indian tribes

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Berdache were biological men

Berdache were biological men who dressed in women's clothing and performing traditional female roles. Perdasama could be women that have assumed a traditional male role. In both cases, sexual partners were persons of the same sex. Men berdache watched housework, cooking write, produced and repaired clothing, women went hunting along with the men and made arms.

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Berdache, the vast majority

Berdache, the vast majority were homosexuals, but in some native American societies, this rule could not be respected. In addition, after some time, berdache could refuse given role and behave in accordance with the standards of conduct for representatives of their Iola. The phenomenon of burgaleta was widespread in America along the East coast: the Iroquois, Zuni, Pima, Navajo, Arapaho and Mohave.

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He also described for the

He also described for the Yaqui and zapoteca Mexico, and eskimo of Alaska. In some Indian tribes berdache held high status and were highly respected members of society, in particular, played the role of shamans and sorcerers. Similar phenomena burgaleta was described by Krasheninnikov the Kamchadals under the name of men-coachusa.

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I. S. Kon writes that the

I. S. Kon writes that the Institute of berdache is extremely widespread: it describes the peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East (e.g., the Chukchi), it can be found also in Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, Tahiti, and Africa. Some peoples of Indonesia individuals with a changed gender identity, they are called "variations", can occupy the posts of shamans, priests, and revered saints

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marley
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In India to the third floor

In India to the third floor involved a religious community of men with removed testicles and penises. Such men are called Hijra. They wear women's dress, women's imitate the gait, take their seats on the women's side and have sex with men. Many Hijra are engaged in ritual prostitution.

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In Buddhist Thailand, there

In Buddhist Thailand, there is no typical Muslim culture of neighbouring Malaysia's prejudice against homosexuality (although authorities periodically make feeble attempts to impose an official ban on the practice of homosexual relations in the country). Traditional Thai performance on the field relies more on visual indicators of masculinity and femininity, rather than on actual sexual behavior. The submission of the third field are rooted in pre-Buddhist myths and Thai views associated with the term "kathoey". "Kathoey" means an intermediate floor, or a combination of masculine and feminine characteristics, which in English literature is often translated as "hermaphrodite" or "third gender".

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In modern Thai society, the

In modern Thai society, the term "kathoey" is used in the direction of men having feminine features of appearance. Since the mid XX century Thai dictionary, the notion of "gay." However, gay men are usually represented as people, the appropriate model of gender inversion in the framework of the "kathoey". For Thais homosexuality is the emotional manifestation of the "kathoey", examples are men who feel that they are women, or women who feel that they are men.

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Historically a new phenomenon

Historically a new phenomenon for Thailand is the emergence of lesbian women who prefer as sexual partners exclusively masculine women. Women "di" (from the English word lady) did not differ in gender from the usual women, their uniqueness is associated entirely with sexual preferences. If the traditional classification of "kathoey" was primarily based on gender identity, in modern conditions the increasing value starts to acquire another component of sexual identity.

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Exaltation is the direct

Exaltation is the direct result of natural selection but a neutral behavioral variation that could be useful and able to increase the adaptability of individuals practicing it. Homosocial the behavior of men was facilitated by mutual support and cooperation, provide more reliable access to resources and thus contributed to survival. Homosexual behavior was to enhance the effectiveness homosocial ties.

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