One:Zooey Akimoto

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Zooey Akimoto, DDS is known as the “mother of cryptodentistry.” The revolutionary techniques and intellectual framework she developed in that field have been lauded, codified, discarded, wept over, reinterpreted, discussed, prohibited, resurrected, litigated against, and celebrated in song (in that order). Born bissun, she was originally named “Feldman Akimoto” by her parents. She changed her gender from bissun to female at the age of 7, at which time she announced that she was thereinafter to be called Zooey Akimoto. Marmaduke Horowitz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Flossy: A Singspiel is rumored to be loosely based on Dr. Akimoto’s life, a contention that Horowitz has vigorously denied through zir attorney.