National Women's History Museum Prominently Features 3 Biological Men

National Women's History Museum Prominently Features 3 Biological Men


The National Women’s History Museum (NWHM) website’s biography section now prominently features three biological males who live and dress as females.

The three featured biographies of this month are of trans rights activists Cecilia Chung and Andrea Jenkins, as well as President Joe Biden’s Assistant Secretary of Health Rachel Levine.

The National Women’s History Museum (US) (@womenshistory) website this morning. All three of its featured biographies are men. Every one. 0 women. None. https://t.co/BzxsmQcpfn pic.twitter.com/b2JtTPRplg

— The Ghost Of Wings Over Scotland (@TheGhostOfWings) July 22, 2022

A biological male who lives as a female, Jenkins became the first openly transgender black woman elected to public office in the U.S. in 2017 after winning 73 percent of the vote in Minneapolis’s Eighth Ward. 

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