When she turned five, her mother taught her to play the guasá; the woman played a note and Ana shook the instrument. Although by then her family identified her as a man named Otoniel, because she was born male, the girl did not hesitate to wear bell-shaped dresses, with a tight waist and a wide skirt; her favorites were yellow, sometimes with printed flowers.
As soon as she reached the age of ten, the singer-in-training made a statement to everyone she knew: "My name is not Otoniel. It's Ana. A year later, she met her first boyfriend, a fair-skinned, curly-haired young man.
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