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Time.com profiled Casey Legler, a woman working as a male model at Ford. She's also an "art maker" (her words) and hyper articulate about her unique position. Exhibit A: "I mean, anyone can look at me for two seconds and see that that part is actually not so complicated. I think the part that can feel complicated sometimes is that I also look really fierce in a dress, you know. I've been taught by the best queens about how to rock some heels. And I think that's where it gets exciting." [Time, via The Cut]