feminization in history
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some people frown upon feminization. i mean why should they. it's a regular part of life. it's also a part of History.

In the 1640's, Queen Nzinga of Ndongo, in Central Africa, announced that she would "become a man." She forced her husbands to dress in womens clothes. they slept among her maids. Her ladies-in-waiting became body guards.

I learned that while i was doing my homework for my class earlier tonight and i just figured i'd share.

~Nikki Marie
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Oh thats a interesting story I haven't heard about before! I know before the early 19th century Moms would usually dress their boys just like their daughters in the frilliest pretty dresses and bows. They wouldn't dress in a different attire until around puberty. I'm sure there is lots of feminization stories throughout history.

 
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im sure there are... this just caught my eye the second i saw it and figured others would like to know this little fact
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katoey (from thailand) have always been part of the culture it seems. boys are chosen at a young age depending on their traits and manerism's and are then groomed to be katoey(3rd sex) and are accepted members of society. there is also a similair practice in the philipines and many of the islands in the south seas
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 katoey (from thailand) have always been part of the culture it seems. boys are chosen at a young age depending on their traits and manerism's and are then groomed to be katoey(3rd sex) and are accepted members of society. there is also a similair practice in the philipines and many of the islands in the south seas  




India has a similar 3rd gender called the Hijra who are feminized and are actually revered as priestesses.
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 some people frown upon feminization. i mean why should they. it's a regular part of life. it's also a part of History.

In the 1640's, Queen Nzinga of Ndongo, in Central Africa, announced that she would "become a man." She forced her husbands to dress in womens clothes. they slept among her maids. Her ladies-in-waiting became body guards.

I learned that while i was doing my homework for my class earlier tonight and i just figured i'd share.

~Nikki Marie
 




If my high school history had been that interesting, I might have done a lot better at the mock exams and then how different might my life have been?   Thank you so much for sharing this fascinating fact.      
"When you adopt the standards and the values of someone else or a community or a pressure group, you surrender your own integrity. You become, to the extent of your surrender, less of a human being." (Eleanor Roosevelt)
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