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‘Two Spirit’ Tradition Far From Ubiquitous Among Tribes

As a journalist and Ojibwe woman, I am troubled by the claims that Native peoples historically described LGBTQ folks as two-spirited and celebrated them as healers and shamans, because the claims are mostly unfounded or only partially true. The post ‘Two Spirit’ Tradition Far From Ubiquitous Among Tribes appeared first on Rewire.
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