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Berdache

Among certain Native American peoples, a person, usually a male, who assumes the gender identity and is granted the social status of the opposite sex.

Berdache is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Berdache books and related discussion.

Suggested Pdf Resources

The Berdache Tradition
6: THE BERDACHE TRADITION 73. The Berdache Tradition. Walter L.
BERDACHE
BERDACHE 9. New York: Morrow, 1984; Margaret M. Caffrey, Ruth Benedict: Stranger in This.
The Berdache Tradition - Windward Community College
WHO WERE THE PLAINS INDIAN BERDACHES? Donald J
The scattered and varied references to berdaches among the.
THE BERDACHE AS SHAMAN: AN ANALYSIS P. Christiaan Klieger
The phenomenon of berdache sexual inversion among the.

Suggested News Resources

Withers: Mistrial in the McInerney trial
@Berdache–I didn't jump down your throat. Every post I've made about this trial has repeated the same themes.

Suggested Web Resources

Two-Spirit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Berdache Origin Myth
A berdache is a man who, in conformity with social convention, assumes a woman's role in every respect.
Nu-Woman Transgender Cabaret - The Berdache Spirit
The Berdache Spirit by Wendy Susan Parker.
berdache - definition of berdache by the Free Online Dictionary
Among certain Native American peoples, a person, usually a male, who assumes the gender identity and is granted the social status of the opposite sex.
The Berdache Tradition
6: THE BERDACHE TRADITION 73. The Berdache Tradition. Walter L.

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