Aikane is a term used in traditional Hawaiian culture for an intimate male friend of lower rank involved with a man of ali’i (noble) rank. In contemporary Hawaiian folklife, it now refers to a close male confidante to another man, and with whom he might have a sexual relationship. It may also refer to a dear friend of any sex or gender.[sic] Source: Qualia Folk
Proverbs 31 Woman
She's a virtuous woman who is righteous in the Lord. She's a loving wife, nurturing mother, a smart shopper, a seamstress and gardener. Her husband adores and praises her for she is worthy of his praises.
Legend has it in the late 1860’s, they were the “purest” stock of beautiful Caucasian women. They were in high demand and purchased for the pleasure of Turkish or Russian Sultans. Known for their “moss hair” they were exhibited in circus sideshows and dime museums.
You can find her on the boulevard or at a party strutting the hell out of a skin-tight dress. She was born a man, but identifies with being a hot, sexy woman in every way. In 1910, Magnus Hirschfeld coin the term Transvestite to describe the erotic drive to cross-dressing and the importance of wearing the clothes vs. them wearing you.