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  • n. A transsexual or transgender female; a female person who is biologically male.


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  • Ya think "Looking For Prosepct Park Prince" was written by a he-she?

    Throwing Down Your Arms: A Time and Place for Everything

  • Those in their 20s and 30s conveyed a dedicated militancy: they wore nose rings and Mohawks, ate strictly vegan, and conducted heated debates about the definitions of queer and he-she and drag queen.

    A Boy's Life

  • A victim of oppression, Ryan is both bi-polar and poly-gendered (actually, he-she claims to have the soul of a trans-gendered Bonobo, which he will tell you about at great length, even if you do not ask), and finds it impossible to attend classes and instead makes demands and complains.

    Stop the Subway

  • One of the supreme moments of free-range celebrity gone haywire was when Anne Heche (pronounced "he-she") appeared on Larry King Live.

    Brad Taylor Negron: Anne Heche, Phone Home

  • Here's a maker with a dream: a he-she car made of wooden parts, divided down its long axis, with a modern body down one side and a vintage body down the other, the whole thing gleaming under multiple coats of laquer and rumbling with all the power of a 1981 Opel.

    Boing Boing

  • Paris has 6 zones (the CDG Roissy airport is in zone 5) and London has 9 but the average commuter only buy a pass for the zone(s) he-she uses everyday between work, school etc. and home.

    How to influence people « Stephen Rees’s blog

  • One dare not argue that Ray experienced such a precise moment of decision about the end of his old life and marriage, but surely the story makes a true fiction of a process that had brought him to Tucson, to live with a new woman, and begin writing a new kind of story about his old subject, the he-she of human relationships.

    Raymond Carver

  • Together these two form he-she bookends, each coming to a close at a moment when one spouse is asleep and the other is awake and frightened.

    Raymond Carver

  • Her complaint seems just one more way to milk an already tedious conversation whose number-counting and emphatic he-she binarizing are not only counter-productive but embarrassing; at least, they are embarrassing to me as a female poet thoroughly invested in being taken seriously.

    By the Letters : Christian Bök : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • And I've quickly tired of them after realizing that the writer was so devoted to driving readership up that he-she wasn't really saying anything at all.

    How To Get Your Blog Recognized


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