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BRYNN TANNEHILL LEADS BETTER AS A WOMAN THAN SHE DID AS A MAN

MILITARY VETERAN / Felt most in control when landing a Navy helicopter in the Indian Ocean in rough seas, in the dark

MALENESS isn’t a trump card. Being a very, very short, skinny, effeminate man doesn’t actually carry a ton

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