In many non-Western and ancient or medieval societies, transgender people are seen as a different gender in itself, and there is a separate category for them, one that is different from the binary 'men' and 'women'.They are often described collectively as 'third genders.' These societies traditionally have separate social spaces for third gender people, which are separate from both men's social spaces and women's social spaces.This list consists of notable people who identify as transgender.The individual listings note the subject's nationality and main occupation.And yes, I saw how many people walked up to him every night.Our club had the prettiest girls in LA, and they all wanted to talk to him. The night before our date, I Googled him—the more I learned, the more impressed I was.
The gig was glamorous but tough, and I learned quickly that many male VIPs had god complexes and felt entitled to my attention. " I didn't at first, but apparently everyone else did."Just give me a chance! Go find a chick who's impressed with your day job."He would shake his head and mumble, "Brutal, man.
Thanks to Audrey Watts and Dave from the Tits In the Bad Ideas Hall of Fame, dating a musician ranks with having one more drink for the road, getting a credit card in college, or assuming that rash will clear up on its own.
Despite the stereotypes about band dudes—that they're self-absorbed, financially capricious and eternally resistant to growing up—women still insist on hitching their starry-eyed wagons to the backs of tour buses.
Just brutal."Nights passed, and he grew more ambitious, chatting with me by the door instead of going inside to hang with his entourage.
Finally, the owner pulled me aside and said, "I took you off the schedule Saturday night.""Why? He also paid your salary for your night off."The owner was a good friend who had known my admirer for years and said he had never seen him act like this.