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two-spirited

two-spirited
 adj.— «Issues of similarity and difference are played out in a different way in Sabine Lang’s account of the difficulties she faced trying to carry out research among Native American “two-spirited” women.» —“Writing Lesbian Ethnography” by Ellen Lewin Women Writing Culture Jan., 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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