Florinda is a Chilean Fairytale and is notable for its freewheeling approach to gender and sexuality, which lends itself to many interpretations of the main characters, their identities, and relationships. The original motivation for Florinda adopting a masculine identity is to escape her father’s incestuous interest in her. Once she is safely free of her father’s sphere of influence, however, the story shifts to a love story between two women.

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