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Betty Carstairs
1900-1993
[Lesbian]
-was a wealthy British power boat racer known for her speed and her eccentric lifestyle.
-She usually dressed as a man, had tattooed arms, and loved machines, adventure and speed.
-Openly lesbian, she had numerous affairs with women, including Dolly Wilde and a string of actresses most notably Tallulah Bankhead and Marlene Dietrich.
-Carstairs married once, to a French Count in 1918 so as to gain access to her trust fund, independent of her mother. After her mother's death the marriage was immediately annulled on the grounds of non-consummation.
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this one was probably transgendered.


Hey, but where are you getting all this information from? Is it a book? Is it a website? What are your references?
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Betty Carstairs
1900-1993
[Lesbian]
-was a wealthy British power boat racer known for her speed and her eccentric lifestyle.
-She usually dressed as a man, had tattooed arms, and loved machines, adventure and speed.
-Openly lesbian, she had numerous affairs with women, including Dolly Wilde and a string of actresses most notably Tallulah Bankhead and Marlene Dietrich.
-Carstairs married once, to a French Count in 1918 so as to gain access to her trust fund, independent of her mother. After her mother's death the marriage was immediately annulled on the grounds of non-consummation.
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this one was probably transgendered.


Hey, but where are you getting all this information from? Is it a book? Is it a website? What are your references?
A couple of them would be considered transgendered then, since they dressed as boys.

But, I got the names off of random websites and books. I noticed that a lot of them have info on wikipedia. So, that would be a good source for references (name wise) and then search the persons name on google and add 'lesbian' or 'bisexual' to the end of their name. I should have saved the sites where I got the info from....I also have a couple of books one is called "Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers: A History of Lesbian Life in Twentieth-Century America" and the other "Queers in History: The Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Historical Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals."

Hope that helps.
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Gladys Bentley
1907-1960
[Lesbian]
-An American blues singer during the Harlem Renaissance.
-She dressed in men's clothes (including a signature tuxedo and top hat), played piano, and sang her own raunchy lyrics to popular tunes of the day in a deep, growling voice while flirting outrageously with women in the audience.
-was openly lesbian during her early career, but during the McCarthy Era, she started wearing dresses, married a man (who later denied that they never married).
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Liane de Pougy
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Princess Ghika
1869-1950
[Bisexual]
-A Folies Bergeres dancer renowned as one of Paris's most beautiful and notorious courtesans.
-Her lesbian affair with writer Natalie Clifford Barney is recorded in her novel Idylle Saphique, published around 1901.
-Barney presented herself at de Pougy's residence in a page costume and announced that she was a "page of love" sent by Sappho.
-Although de Pougy was one of the most famous women in France at the time, constantly sought after by wealthy and titled men, Barney's audacity charmed and seduced her. The two were said to have had deep feelings for one another for the remainder of their lives.
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Marie Equi
1872-1952
[Lesbian]
-An American medical doctor and anarchist.
-she moved to The Dalles, Oregon with her friend Bess Holcomb. The two lived together quietly in what has been called a "Boston marriage"
-Soon after, she met Harriet Speckart, who worked as her assistant. The two began a relationship, sharing residence in various locations in Portland.
-She also knew Margaret Sanger, and may have had a relationship with her—archivist Judith Schwartz described Equi's letters to Sanger as "love letters".
-Sometime later, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn came to live with Equi, and the two women lived together for ten years.
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Ellen Gates Starr
1859-1940
[Lesbian]
-an American social reformer and activist.
-she met Jane Addams(look for her one the previous pages); their 'friendship' lasted many years, historians have suggested that Starr was a lesbian who had a particularly close relationship with Addams.
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Freda Stark
1910-1999
[Lesbian]
-A New Zealand dancer
-was a prosecution witness after the prescription drug overdose of her lover, Thelma Mareo.
-was a prosecution witness in two trials and had to endure being outed as a lesbian.
-Met a young dancer named Thelma Trott, and the two women fell in love but the relationship was cut short because her lover took a fatal overdose of a prescription drug.
-eventually decided to have a Lavender marriage.
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If you click here , you will hear Freda Stark talk about her relationships with married women.

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Elizabeth Pudsey Dawson known as “Peter”
1894-?
[Lesbian]
-She was a self-identified lesbian and supported herself with a small inherited income and by working as a physiotherapist.
-Dawson is a rare example of a woman able to live a lesbian life in the early days, because she had family money and a career.

here is a good essay on Lesbians in New Zealand.
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Nancy Spain
1917-1964
[Lesbian]
-A prominent English broadcaster and journalist.
-Often in the news, and tempted to marry to seem 'respectable' - her name was linked with that of Gilbert Harding - she lived openly with the editor of She, Joan Werner Laurie (Jonny), and was a friend of the famous, including Noël Coward and Marlene Dietrich.
-She and Joan were regulars at the Gateways club in Chelsea, London, and were widely known to be lesbians

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Suzy Solidor
1900-1983
[Lesbian]
-A French singer and actress.
-a Lesbian chanteuse who ran a Paris night club and publicized it by asking many artists to do her portrait. Suzy was popular in her day, appearing in movies and cutting records. However, she did get into some postwar trouble because her club was frequented by German officers during the Occupation.
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Edna St. Vincent Millay
1892-1950
[Bisexual]
-While at school she had several relationships with women, including Edith Wynne Matthison, who would go on to become an actress in silent films.
-She later went to Paris, where she met and befriended the sculptor Thelma Wood.
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Thelma Wood
1901-1970
[Lesbian]
-An American sulptor
-those who knew her, have described her as "boyish-looking", standing almost 6 feet tall, and "sexually magnetic."
-In the fall of 1921, photographer Berenice Abbott met Wood and became her lover for a brief time.
-Djuna Barnes and Wood began a relationship that lasted from 1921 to 1929.
-Wood also had a brief relationship with the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay.
-Wood was known to be promiscuous with many women.
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Christa Winsloe
1888-1944
[Lesbian]
-German-Hungarian novelist, playwright and sculptor best know for her play 'Gestern und heute filmed in 1931 as Madchen in Uniform.
-Winsloe moved to Berlin, where there was a homosexual sub-culture. She had plenty of money (from her ex-husband's allowance), worked as an animal sculptor, and had a wide circle of friends. She was a member of the SPD (German Socialist Party), and was openly Lesbian
-Winsloe and a woman companion were shot and killed by four Frenchmen in a forest near the country town of Cluny. The men said that they had thought the women were Nazi spies, and were later acquitted of murder.
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Alright ladies, I only have a few more to post. I'll post the few that I have left later on in the day.

Notice I didn't post all who were active between 1920-1950. If anyone is interested in covering those eras. Feel free to!!
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Alright ladies, I only have a few more to post. I'll post the few that I have left later on in the day.

Notice I didn't post all who were active between 1920-1950. If anyone is interested in covering those eras. Feel free to!!
Post them all please :blow:
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Edith Head - American costume designer.
"Edith Head gives good wardrobe." :D
she looks a bit like gaga. the chin and the fashion, i guess.
Oh no, don't you dare ruin Edith Head for me!! Such a comparison can only besmirch her!
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I am intrigued by Thelma Wood and I read in wiki that she had affairs with both men and women. So, she was bisexual and not a lesbian?
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Miroslava Stern 1926-1955

"rumors" arose after of her death
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Annemarie Schwarzenbach
1908-1942
[Lesbian]
Swiss writer/traveller/photographer/lover/journalist/rebel. She was a committed anti-fascist.

*There is a movie based off of her called "The Journey to Kafiristan(2001)." And a documentry (no english subtitles!) called "Annemarie Schwarzenbach: Une Suisse rebelle."
omg, Annemarie Schwarzenbach was sooo hot :fap: she looks like my ex
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Betty Carstairs
1900-1993
[Lesbian]
-was a wealthy British power boat racer known for her speed and her eccentric lifestyle.
-She usually dressed as a man, had tattooed arms, and loved machines, adventure and speed.
-Openly lesbian, she had numerous affairs with women, including Dolly Wilde and a string of actresses most notably Tallulah Bankhead and Marlene Dietrich.
-Carstairs married once, to a French Count in 1918 so as to gain access to her trust fund, independent of her mother. After her mother's death the marriage was immediately annulled on the grounds of non-consummation.
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this one was probably transgendered.


Hey, but where are you getting all this information from? Is it a book? Is it a website? What are your references?
A couple of them would be considered transgendered then, since they dressed as boys.

But, I got the names off of random websites and books. I noticed that a lot of them have info on wikipedia. So, that would be a good source for references (name wise) and then search the persons name on google and add 'lesbian' or 'bisexual' to the end of their name. I should have saved the sites where I got the info from....I also have a couple of books one is called "Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers: A History of Lesbian Life in Twentieth-Century America" and the other "Queers in History: The Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Historical Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals."

Hope that helps.
congratulations, thats a lot of research :)

.....you know what? you could start a book. seriously. you should write a book. or at least start a tumblr. what do you think?
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Betty Carstairs
1900-1993
[Lesbian]
-was a wealthy British power boat racer known for her speed and her eccentric lifestyle.
-She usually dressed as a man, had tattooed arms, and loved machines, adventure and speed.
-Openly lesbian, she had numerous affairs with women, including Dolly Wilde and a string of actresses most notably Tallulah Bankhead and Marlene Dietrich.
-Carstairs married once, to a French Count in 1918 so as to gain access to her trust fund, independent of her mother. After her mother's death the marriage was immediately annulled on the grounds of non-consummation.
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Hey, but where are you getting all this information from? Is it a book? Is it a website? What are your references?
A couple of them would be considered transgendered then, since they dressed as boys.

But, I got the names off of random websites and books. I noticed that a lot of them have info on wikipedia. So, that would be a good source for references (name wise) and then search the persons name on google and add 'lesbian' or 'bisexual' to the end of their name. I should have saved the sites where I got the info from....I also have a couple of books one is called "Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers: A History of Lesbian Life in Twentieth-Century America" and the other "Queers in History: The Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Historical Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals."

Hope that helps.
congratulations, thats a lot of research :)

.....you know what? you could start a book. seriously. you should write a book. or at least start a tumblr. what do you think?
That would be a great idea! I wish there was a way to find out about more women during the victorian era..I have a hunch that there are more we don't know about.

Currently, there are two tumblr pages for vintage lesbians. Even though they aren't updated frequently.

fyeahqueervintage.tumblr.com
lezgethistorical.tumblr.com

I want to do something, I'm just not sure what yet exactly.
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I am intrigued by Thelma Wood and I read in wiki that she had affairs with both men and women. So, she was bisexual and not a lesbian?
Hmm, I must have missed that. I don't see anything about her dating men on her wiki.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thelma_Wood
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Annemarie Schwarzenbach
1908-1942
[Lesbian]
Swiss writer/traveller/photographer/lover/journalist/rebel. She was a committed anti-fascist.

*There is a movie based off of her called "The Journey to Kafiristan(2001)." And a documentry (no english subtitles!) called "Annemarie Schwarzenbach: Une Suisse rebelle."
omg, Annemarie Schwarzenbach was sooo hot :fap: she looks like my ex
I was born in the same village as her. That has to count for something right? :D

Seriously, that's a pretty great thread. Thanks, OP.
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I'll be back to post the remaining, when pics are enabled again.
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Esther Roper
1868-1938
[Lesbian]
-an English suffragist who was one of the first women to graduate and gain her BA at Owens College in Manchester.
- In 1896 she met Irish poet Eva Gore-Booth when they both were staying at Scottish writer George Macdonald's guest house in Bordighera, Italy. They became lifelong lovers.
-Together with Eva, she supported the cause of women in various fields such as flower sellers, circus performers, barmaids and coal mine pit girls.
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Eva Gore-Booth - pictured here on the right - is a reasonably well known figure here, by association with Yeats to some extent, but more because of her more famous revolutionary sister Constance (aka Countess Markiewicz). Eva was instrumental in getting Constance a reprieve for her part in the 1916 Rising, which was no mean feat considering Constance was rumoured to have shot an unarmed British policeman at the time and verified to have picked off a few British soldiers at her leisure from their position in Stephen's Green. Eva and Constance were very close, but quite different in their political approaches - Eva was a pacifist where Constance took pride in her capacity for violence. Eva spent most of her life and political struggle amidst the working class of Britain, whereas Constance became a nearly mythological heroine of Irish Nationalist politics.

Inspired by the sisters, Yeats wrote "In Memory Of Eva Gore-Booth And Con Markiewicz", but Eva was an accomplished poet in her own right and he noted his admiration of her work repeatedly.

Esther stayed with Eva until her death from illness, and collected and published Eva's poems after her death. Constance seems to have regarded Esther much as a sister-in-law: "The more one knows her, the more one loves her, and I feel so glad Eva and she were together, and so thankful that her love was with Eva to the end."

Eva and Esther were buried together in the graveyard of St John-at-Hampstead.
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Esther Roper
1868-1938
[Lesbian]
-an English suffragist who was one of the first women to graduate and gain her BA at Owens College in Manchester.
- In 1896 she met Irish poet Eva Gore-Booth when they both were staying at Scottish writer George Macdonald's guest house in Bordighera, Italy. They became lifelong lovers.
-Together with Eva, she supported the cause of women in various fields such as flower sellers, circus performers, barmaids and coal mine pit girls.
[img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/06/Constanceandeva.jpg[/img]

Eva Gore-Booth - pictured here on the right - is a reasonably well known figure here, by association with Yeats to some extent, but more because of her more famous revolutionary sister Constance (aka Countess Markiewicz). Eva was instrumental in getting Constance a reprieve for her part in the 1916 Rising, which was no mean feat considering Constance was rumoured to have shot an unarmed British policeman at the time and verified to have picked off a few British soldiers at her leisure from their position in Stephen's Green. Eva and Constance were very close, but quite different in their political approaches - Eva was a pacifist where Constance took pride in her capacity for violence. Eva spent most of her life and political struggle amidst the working class of Britain, whereas Constance became a nearly mythological heroine of Irish Nationalist politics.

Inspired by the sisters, Yeats wrote "In Memory Of Eva Gore-Booth And Con Markiewicz", but Eva was an accomplished poet in her own right and he noted his admiration of her work repeatedly.

Esther stayed with Eva until her death from illness, and collected and published Eva's poems after her death. Constance seems to have regarded Esther much as a sister-in-law: "The more one knows her, the more one loves her, and I feel so glad Eva and she were together, and so thankful that her love was with Eva to the end."

Eva and Esther were buried together in the graveyard of St John-at-Hampstead.
Thank you, for the extra info! So, do you think they were just good friends and not lovers?
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Oh no, I'm pretty sure Eva and Esther were partners, I just found it kind of sweet how highly Constance regarded her sister's lover. I have a huge amount of respect for Constance but she was, to say the least, kind of a hardass.
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Alice Austen - American Photographer
1866 –1952
- Alice met Gertrude Amelia Tate (1871–1962) of Brooklyn, New York. She became Alice's life long companion. Gertrude moved in with Alice at Clear Comfort in 1917.
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Oh no, I'm pretty sure Eva and Esther were partners, I just found it kind of sweet how highly Constance regarded her sister's lover. I have a huge amount of respect for Constance but she was, to say the least, kind of a hardass.
I'm definitely gonna have to research Constance. She sounds like an interesting character.
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Oh no, I'm pretty sure Eva and Esther were partners, I just found it kind of sweet how highly Constance regarded her sister's lover. I have a huge amount of respect for Constance but she was, to say the least, kind of a hardass.
I'm definitely gonna have to research Constance. She sounds like an interesting character.
Very much so. She was able to claim, without contradiction, to have fired the second shot of the rebellion, and hurled abuse at the British court that wouldn't sentence her to death. I think it tells you all you need to know that the story of her killing the unarmed policeman is only in doubt because it's widely believed that if she had done, she'd have happily taken credit.

Similarly, although she did have a certain amount of swagger going on -

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- I don't believe she herself was gay, simply because she had so much don't-give-a-fuckery about her that she wouldn't have bothered hiding anything.

So uh... straight ally, I guess?
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Oh no, I'm pretty sure Eva and Esther were partners, I just found it kind of sweet how highly Constance regarded her sister's lover. I have a huge amount of respect for Constance but she was, to say the least, kind of a hardass.
I'm definitely gonna have to research Constance. She sounds like an interesting character.
Very much so. She was able to claim, without contradiction, to have fired the second shot of the rebellion, and hurled abuse at the British court that wouldn't sentence her to death. I think it tells you all you need to know that the story of her killing the unarmed policeman is only in doubt because it's widely believed that if she had done, she'd have happily taken credit.

Similarly, although she did have a certain amount of swagger going on -

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- I don't believe she herself was gay, simply because she had so much don't-give-a-fuckery about her that she wouldn't have bothered hiding anything.

So uh... straight ally, I guess?
Whoa, yea she was a tough cookie. I shouldn't like the fact that she was violent. But, I can't lie...She was bold for her time, it's a little turn on.. :$
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Zed, do you know anything about Ella Young? She lived in Ireland.
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Both Souhami's "Mrs. Keppel and her daughter" and Holroyd's "A Book of Secrets" discuss Violet's masochistic feelings. She apparently had sex with many women which ended up causing the breakup with Polignac. She also liked to flirt with men but only if she knew it could not be reciprocated (so only married men in front of their wives or gay men).

Both Souhami and Holroyd doubt that Trefufis ever had sex with a man (the Deny story told by Harold is seen as a transparent lie that Vita believed only because it offered a way out). Holroyd also notes that Trefufis was probably in a romance with her maid who dies only a few years before she did.
I actually have both of those books but after reading Violet's letters to Vita I had to give myself a break. I don't know when I can read those other two though lol. I get so involved haha... Thanks for the info! I have never believed that Violet had sex with Denys, the fact that Vita would believe anything that came out of H.N.'s mouth is annoying.

I've always wondered though, was Vita her first? I know she liked to flirt even before they were together but the whole "remaining true" throws me... I don't know why but Violet Trefusis fascinates the hell out of me. I wish there were a BBC movie on her life.

And thank you OP for starting this topic! I love how pictures are disabled [/sarcasm]. As soon as an interesting topic emerges too...
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Son of Frankenstein is playing on TCM. Of interest - Josephine Hutchinson and Basil Rathbone playing Mrs. and Mr. Frankenstein. Basil Rathbone was the only man Eva Le Gallienne ever had consensual sex with. They had a very brief affair in the mid-twenties before she dumped him. She had dated him because the media was asking why she had not married and she was getting scared of rumors circulating about her lesbianism. Josephine was Le Gallienne's true love who she also dumped (the mistake she regretted for the rest of her life).

So safe to say Basil and Josephine had plenty to talk about.
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So safe to say Basil and Josephine had plenty to talk about.
Or plenty to feel awkward about.
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So safe to say Basil and Josephine had plenty to talk about.
Or plenty to feel awkward about.
lol.

"So how 'bout them... uh... Red Sox?"

"What the hell is that supposed to mean."

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I can't say that I do, but I'll go do my homework now.
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So safe to say Basil and Josephine had plenty to talk about.
Or plenty to feel awkward about.
The filming of Son of Frankenstein occurred in the same year of the infamous lesbian orgy scandal. Hutchinson was married by then but it was ala Rock Hudson/Phyllis Gates. She married her agent's male assistant as an agreement to her contract.
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When I first learned of the Le Gallienne and Rathbone affair, I must say I was quite amused. Had a good 3 minute laugh, actually.

I mean... LeG fucked Sherlock Holmes.

SHERLOCK HOLMES, PEOPLE.

Am I the only one that finds that funny?
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When I first learned of the Le Gallienne and Rathbone affair, I must say I was quite amused. Had a good 3 minute laugh, actually.

I mean... LeG fucked Sherlock Holmes.

SHERLOCK HOLMES, PEOPLE.

Am I the only one that finds that funny?
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Ahh, pics aren't enabled again yet? I'll come back even later to post the rest.

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