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“The word muxe is thought to derive from the 16th century Spanish word for “woman”.”
“While staying with family, they attend a neighbourhood basketball game, for the 'muxe' league.”
“But she would always have this one, this child of two spirits, muxe.”
“In Zapotec cultures of Oaxaca (southern Mexico), a muxe (or muxhe) is a physically male individual who dresses and behaves in a ‘feminine’ manner; they may be seen as a third gender.”
“Most people traditionally view their gender as something God has given them (whether man, woman, or muxe), and few muxes desire genital surgery.”
“One study estimates that 6 percent of males in an Isthmus Zapotec community in the early 1970s were muxe (Rymph, 1974).”
“Nd ai shur dont go tu stor 30 mialz awai. tu muxe tiem ina car du nawt want.”
“In contrast to Mexico’s dominant mestizo culture (where machismo prevails), Oaxaca has a predominantly Zapotec population, and it is widely reported that there is less hostility toward muxe in the region than homosexual, effeminate males and transwomen face elsewhere in the strongly Catholic country.”
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