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Gender-nonconforming ancient Romans found refuge in community dedicated to goddess Cybele

By Tina Chronopoulos, Associate Professor of Middle Eastern and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Binghamton University, State University of New York
In ancient Rome, male followers of the goddess Cybele, known as Galli, some of whom surgically removed their testicles, were often considered feminine.The Conversation

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