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A number of classic women authors were known for their penchant for male clothing. And in pretty much all of the instances we’ll see here, it’s not merely cross-dressing for fun and comfort, but an expression of the duality of their nature.
It’s no longer unusual for women to wear pants or man-tailored jackets, of course. But in the context of the time and place in which the following authors lived, it was an act of rebellion and a statement of more fluid identity.