Most (if not all?) indigenous cultures I read about understand, accept, and in many cases revere varying gender identities. Who/when/what institutions created a culturally-conditioned gender binary?

  1. I grew up on a reservation in the states, this is absolutely not true. the natives have multiple parables about that explain that homoxexuality, is wrong and bad for the community.

  2. Do a quick search and you'll find that this is not the norm for indigenous cultures around the world and even in the US. I do understand that there is plenty of variation as well as ideas impacted by colonialism.

  3. So I guess I should just look things up before asking a scarily ahistorical subreddit called "ask history"

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