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Zackary Drucker

“My transition from young white boy with a false sense of privilege in the 1970s to young tranny-girl with little or no privilege was a real smack in the face,” Rosalyne Blumenstein wrote in her 2003 autobiography, . “My spirit and soul seemed to be uplifted and smashed on a daily basis.”

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