Cross Dressing Now And Then

Some air traffic controllers have been protesting a government dress code that says they can’t wear shorts, jeans, T-shirts, and halter tops to work by showing up in dresses, which apparently aren’t on the verboten list for men. They’re following a longstanding tradition of cross dressing, one that goes back at least to the 15th century B.C.. Scientists the other day announced that they used DNA to identify an Egyptian mummy as pharaoh Queen Hatshepsut, who’s best known as the female pharaoh who dressed like a man and wore a false beard. It’s a safe bet no one mistook her for Cleopatra.

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