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Why do people refer to Thomas the Tank Engine as "a genderqueer icon"? Well,
Thomas has been around since 1979, and it's only a matter of time before he
hits the movie screen.
Thomas is a genderqueer icon for a reason: Because the character exists in a
time (since 1979!) when men and women were often portrayed with very
different attitudes toward their respective bodies — and that's just fine.
So, here are five things to know about the original Thomas the Tank Engine
1. Hmmm. The tank is still male and the crew isn't really male or female.
In fact, there is only one boy, Thomas, and he's the only non-pregnant female
(well, no one has to watch the movie). The rest of the crew are all either male,
female or otherwise gender-binary in their gender or sexuality. One of those
male crew members, who doesn't have a name (and isn't even named after his
crew member in the film; he's just a "tank guy") is called "Punchy." (He's a
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