In an earlier thread, I wrote briefly about trans people in medieval Europe, and discussed some of the main issues when studying the medieval history of trans people.
Today, if you'll indulge me, I want to spend some time discussing a single person in detail. I want to talk about the way she's been written about, and about her and what she can teach us about life as a trans person 600 years ago.
This is the story of Eleanor Rykener.
@LuigiEsq "Jomny Sun dystopia" is a subgenre I could get behind
that same ukulele chord progression, looping for eternity
@LuigiEsq thamk you Luingi for this remider. I will br so stron with tis Nutrents ans now I can do al the wrok
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