These Nazi-fighting lesbians went undercover as stepsisters.
They were brilliant women, quite out of the ordinary, and were quite obviously lesbians.Barbara Hammer, filmmaker
In the 1920s, Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore were the cool kids of the Surrealist art scene in Paris. Their photos and collages captivated the likes of Salvador Dalí and André Breton.
In 1944 Claude and Marcel were sentenced to death for dressing up as old ladies and secretly putting anti-Nazi slogans into soldiers' cigarette packets. Thankfully, the war ended and their lives were spared, they were even awarded a Medal of Gratitude by the French government. Today, they are still gender-bending pioneers.
Masculine? Feminine? It depends on the situation. Neuter is the only gender that suits me.