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When I was a young kid I was introduced to twin girls who were distant cousins in their late teens when I was around 8 years old. Both these girls dressed in plaid shirts, jeans, work boots and sported belt buckles as big as those worn by Rodeo Champions.

Just like the gal above, they had the close cropped hair and very masculine features--------no tats though since this was in 1960 and gals didn't sport tats like they do now.

Hell, there's more than a few women's combat sport participants that look pretty masculine. Remember Christy Martin who boxed 20 or so years ago or Chris Cyborg who campaigns in MMA.
Christy Martin sure fought like a man and back in the days when the other women fought like girls. But I didn't think she looked too much like a man. Not like some of these more recent ones do.
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