Photo above is taken from Fa’afafine: In the Manner of a Woman by Shigeyuki Kihara
"Drawing on archival nineteenth-century South Seas postcards, Kihara poses as both a Samoan man and woman, and in three panels of a dusky Polynesian maiden reveals her dual sexuality to challenge the binary model of Western sexuality that labels third sex/gender categories deviant (Pictured above).
Shigeyuki Kihara is a visual and performance artist based in Auckland, New Zealand. The recipient in 2003 of Creative New Zealand Art Council’s Emerging Paciﬁc Island Artist Award, her cutting-edge work challenges cultural stereotypes and dominant norms of sexuality and gender. Crossing borders is integral to Kihara’s life. She grew up with a Japanese father and Samoan mother, and in adolescence began occupying the Samoan space (vä) of a Fa’afaﬁne—a liminal gender category best translated as a male who identiﬁes as a woman.”http://muse.jhu.edu/