Hawaiian

Māhūwahine

It is an expression composed of the words “Māhū” and “wahine”. Wahine, translated into the Spanish language is “woman” and Māhū, as you can see in the entry of this same dictionary, nowadays it is a term that can be used to refer to people with non-heteronormative sexuality. Māhūwahine is a term created in 2003 that encompasses people with trans identity and/or gender from man to woman with very different characteristics and situations such as transvestites, transgenders and transsexuals.

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