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The Bearded Lady ~K~ I not a big believer in the whole "breaded lady" genre. I am a little suspicious. If you look at 'her' from the nose up 'she' has very masculine features. How easy would it have been for a man to be billed as a "Bearded Lady"
Madame Delait: Clémentine Clattaux was raised in Thaon-les-Vosges in Lorraine. She shaved regularly and was married to Joseph Delait, a café owner, until she saw a bearded lady at a fair in Nancy. She bet with her husband’s customers that she do better, and she won the wager. Her husband renamed the café to Café de la femme á barbe, She was also a keen cyhttp:/...
1870s cross dressing male. Cross dressing has always been how some people express their true gender. It's not new. Biddy Craft