Skeletons of people killed in the massacre of Hasanlu’s inhabitants around 800 B.C.E. Courtesy of the Penn Museum

Ancient Civilization in Iran Recognized Transgender People 3,000 Years Ago, Study Suggests

Analysis of funerary artifacts in Iron Age burials at Hasanlu, Iran indicates there were three different sets of offerings: for males, females and a 'third gender'

As 2018 came to its end, the Trump administration was busying itself with stripping transgender people of official status in U.S. law. It may come as a shock to the White House, but it's trying to erase...

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