The nearly forgotten origin myth of Hawaii’s third-gender healers, as told by one

Could the Māhū have been XXY or some other form of Intersex? In Hawaiian culture, moʻolelo means story, tale or myth, but it also refers to history. Traditionally passed down through oral storytelling, moʻolelo serve as a connection to the past, carrying wisdom and entertainment across generations. Over the centuries, however, many moʻolelo have been censored or … Continue reading The nearly forgotten origin myth of Hawaii’s third-gender healers, as told by one