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Women’s hearts beat faster than men’s.
Brazil distributes women’s breast milk around the country to babies whose mothers can’t provide it for them.
Marilyn Monroe was a size 12 in the 60s, but would now be a size 6, as women’s clothing measurements have changed a lot since.
Tommy Tucker was a squirrel who became a celebrity in the U.S., touring the country wearing women’s fashions while performing tricks and selling war bonds during WW2.
Wyoming granted women’s suffrage 50 years before the 19th amendment, and refused to join the Union without maintaining their women’s right to vote.
Ernest Hemingway’s son, Gregory, was transsexual and died in the women’s section of the Miami-Dade county jail.
The first openly transgender athlete in a professional American sports team was Harrison Browne of the National Women’s Hockey League.
19th-century Hungarian composer and pianist Franz Liszt was the first musician to have women’s underwear thrown at him.
Iran women’s national soccer team fielded up to 8 men awaiting sex change operations in 2015.