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9 Dec 1984 Amelio Robles Ávila revolutionary & man died aged 95. Born Amelia in 1911, he joined revolutionary forces & fought under Zapata. He took part in battles, extorted money from oil companies & transported weapons
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Working Class History 9 Dec 17
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just to say sorry he was born in 1889, not 1911
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🇨🇦🏅☥ Infected Blood ☥🏅🇨🇦 9 Dec 17
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That's a woman, likely a lesbian. Shame on you.
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Bronwyn 9 Dec 17
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SHE!!!!
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SocialJusticeForMeghanMurphy 9 Dec 17
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On what basis are you claiming that this woman, who was probably a Butch lesbian, identified as a trans man?
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Meghan Murphy Dr. CubedreamerXX 9 Dec 17
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What evidence do you have that this woman was a trans man? Dressing in men's clothing doesn't qualify as an answer, for reasons of sexism and oppression. If you were really a historian, you'd know better than to pull this sort of deceit.
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Lucy 9 Dec 17
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Why are you erasing lesbians?
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Frankie 9 Dec 17
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She was a butch lesbian and never identified as a man.
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ròsachd mackenzie 9 Dec 17
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She was a woman. Stop transing and erasing dead women.
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NinguémLargaAMãoDeNinguém 9 Dec 17
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¡Viva la coronela Amelia Robles! Cabrones.
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Dr. W̷i̷l̷d̷̷ 9 Dec 17
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Why are you transing someone who wished to be 'dressed as a woman' on her death bed?
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stephen madill 9 Dec 17
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Have you ANY evidence supporting your assertion? Or are you just erasing a lesbian woman without thought or care?
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NinguémLargaAMãoDeNinguém 9 Dec 17
Probably because they have la mas puta idea of what it must have been like to be a Mexican woman in the early 1900s who wanted to go out fight for her ideals instead of ironing her stepfather's shirts
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