The bones of a man who lived between 2,900-2,500 BC were discovered in modern day Prague, buried in a position and with ceremonial possessions normally reserved for women. Archeologists believe this was no mistake, but evidence of the first documented gay or transgendered caveman.
The man belonged to what has been dubbed the Corded Ware culture, which lived during the late Stone and early Copper Age. Researchers maintain that this culture, which was known for the impressions of decorative chords left on their pottery, were very specific when it came to funeral rites.
Men were buried