Thomas Baker

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Thomas Baker (1680–1749) was an English dramatist.

His most successful play, Tunbridge-Walks; or, The Yeoman of Kent (1703) depicts a "molly" or effeminate homosexual, called Maiden, considered to have been based on Baker himself.[1]

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  1. A Gender Variance Who's Who; Thomas Baker