Carmen and Georgina Beyer

Carmen and Georgina Beyer

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Two of New Zealand's best-known transgender women, Carmen (left) and Georgina Beyer, pose at Parliament in 2006. In Sydney's Kings Cross In the 1950s Carmen became the first Māori drag-queen performer in Australia. In 1968 Carmen opened her own coffee bar in Wellington. She ran for mayor...


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