World’s Oldest Conjoined Twins Lori and George Schappell Dead at 62

The siblings have also appeared in several documentaries and in episodes of The Howard Stern Show And The Jerry Springer Show in the 90s and early.

In 2007, the Schappells became the world’s first same-sex conjoined twins to identify as different genders, with George coming out as transgender, according to Guiness World Records.

Throughout their lives, the twins maintained that they were neither limited nor defined by their spousal status.

“It’s normal whatever you do with it, but we’re very happy,” Lori told Los Angeles Times. “It all comes down to compromise. If more people did this, the world would be a better place.”

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