Inclusive History: Christine Jorgensen

When you think of gender orientation, do you think of Christine Jorgensen?


It's likely you don't recognize that name, but in 1936, she's a trailblazer! In a time where gender orientation isn't up for debate, American George Jorgensen adopts the name Christine and travels to Denmark for a controversial sex-change procedure not available in the U.S.


Interested in what happens next? Learn more about Christine's brave step towards gender identity through S.L. Robbins' Inclusive History and Heritage video series. Join our journey to celebrate national history months by recognizing the success of path-making Americans like Christine! Click here for more information.


And remember, be less certain and be more curious!




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