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In a Native American tribe, what transpires when a male warrior takes on a berdache? A. He has passed the final test of being a warrior worthy of the tribe's respect. B. He has accepts a
spouse who is another man who now takes on all the responsibilities of a woman C. He has taken a woman captured in warfare and made her the mother of his children. D. He accepted the code of the tribe that demands he give his life for the tribe if need be
C. He has taken a woman captured in warfare and made her the mother of his children.
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