Thank you for asking. The reason why she is in this series of articles is because at the beginning of her career, she shocked a main stream Mexican society with her appeareance. Questions–and jokes–about her sexual identity and sexual orientation were common in mainstream media, revealing how important was for some sectors of Mexican society to define sex and gender, based on how a person looks like. She is a woman, but her problem, if I can say that, was to look like a man, and to be strong like a man….
Great blog. I am a 26 year old femme here on my honeymoon with my trans husband. We’re are super queer (vegan and veg I love your commentary on how queers always have these crazy dietary restrictions going on it’s true and I’ve had many conversations about it before) and wondering if you know of any dyke or trans events coming up? Please drop me a line. firstname.lastname@example.org
I did check out your “events” section but did not see anything going on.