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Many transgendered women are offended by this categorization and call themselves T-girls or trans." In addition to its use in pornography, the term has been used as a punch line or for rhetorical effect.As part of the 42nd Street Art Project in 1994, designer Adelle Lutz turned a former shop in Times Square called American Male into "American She-Male", with brightly colored mannequins and clothes made of condoms.Sandra Romain – Megapack Sandra Romain was born in Timisoara Romania on March 26, 1978.
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