Yes, Trans People Existed in the Middle Ages

Lately, there has been some controversy over the re-interpretation of a 1,000-year-old grave, which had initially been discovered in 1968. The grave is located in Suontaka, Finland and its occupant had originally been identified as female, based on expensive jewellery and a feminine dress. Curiously, the supposedly female warrior was buried with a sword that had evidently not been used in battle. Recently, researchers re-examined the body and its associated artefacts and came to an unexpected conclusion: The buried person may have been non-binary.