Walter Lee Williams (USA)

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Walter Lee Williams is a Man who travelled to Southeast Asia to sexually assault young boys. He is also a former Gender and Women’s Studies professor at the University of Southern California. Williams has written about the “berdache,” a concept in Native American cultures analogous to transgender.  He wrote in 1986:

How many genders are there? To a modern Anglo-American, nothing might seem more definite than the answer that there are two: men and women. But not all societies around the world agree with Western culture’s view that all humans are either women or men…

Among many cultures, there have existed different alternatives to “man” or “woman.” An alternative role in many American Indian societies is referred to by anthropologists as berdache…

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