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4 February 2022
Girls who love Drusilla
The chic lady does not really exist. She is just a character en travesti, albeit with her own biography and style. But as a "woman by choice" and not by destiny, she is very popular with young people and is considered a model of femininity. Even if she is a man.
Yesterday evening Drusilla Foer accompanied Amadeus at the Sanremo festival with great success, with the usual corollary of gossip to arouse the curiosity of television viewers. Gianluca Gori, the talented actor who gives life to Drusilla, is neither trans, nor non-binary, nor even a drag queen, but perpetuates the tradition of en travesti shows of which Paolo Poli was the leader. The character seems to live a life of its own with respect to the actor who plays it, it has its own biography to tell (birth, [...]
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3 January 2021
Good' man: I'm talking to you
A lot of men tend to get defensive whenever the topic of male dominance comes up. "We are not all like that," they repeat in unison. They report anecdotes of their 'good deeds' towards women, claiming that they have never attacked them verbally and/or physically, that they have listened to them, that they have treated them as people. But is this enough? Of course not. First of all, it must be acknowledged that, regardless of their actions, men enjoy a privilege linked to the fact that they belong to the male sex, for [...]
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