From The Life and Imagination of Sally Paul, 1760, the autobiography of a nonbinary person from London who worked as a sailor, and would dress in both men and women's clothing. The year their autobiography was published, they had married a woman as a man, under the name Samuel Bundy, been outed and arrested, and then freed because their wife refused to press charges. Only nine months later, they married again, this time to a man named William Kitchen, as a woman.
Newspapers reported that Samuel was visited by twelve women whom they had previously courted while they were in jail. By all accounts they remained close to their ex-wife after remarrying
@garfiald absolute slayer shit
thank you garf for unearthing queer role models who are better than the 'public universal settler'
@TeethTeethTeeth lol thank you its a pleasure to serve
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