How Masculinity and Femininity are Treated Differently
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, both male and female impersonators were popular on the vaudeville stage in the United States. Male impersonators were individuals who were assigned female at birth (AFAB) but often performed in suits as dandies on the stage, singing tunes traditionally sung by men.
The Duchess of Cauliflower and Other Gender Bending Spectacles in the Alamo City
The stereotypical image of Texans is one of gender conformity. The rugged Texas male rancher. The woman who follows the adage “the higher the hair, the closer to God.”