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"Hi, my name is Allyson. My pronouns are she and her."

Squinting back at me from the hospital bed is a wiry man with a head of wispy white hair. His puffy eyes take the usual route: first my face, then a flicker over my half-buzzed hair, then a scan down my chest and hips in my black unisex scrubs.

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