10 Beautiful Celebrities Who Were Born Male
You can say that being transgender is the new fad, but no matter what we think more and more people change their gender to look and feel more natural and according to themselves. We also have all those beautiful androgynous models that have conquered the fashion world not so long ago and continue to explore the duality of human nature. Today the difference between men and women is blurred and we can only speculate what will happen next. Until then, here are 10 gorgeous transgender celebrities who were born male (but they don’t look like this now!).
This androgynous boy became famous for modeling clothing for both women and men – and looking great no matter what he wore! During the fashion shows in Paris 2011 he modeled Marc Jacobs men’s clothing and for the Jean-Paul Gaultier women’s fashion shows. She was listed # 98 on the ‘100 Sexiest Women in the World 2011’ list, taking # 18 on the ‘Top 50 Male Models’ list on models.com. Beauty has no limits!
Trace Lysette was inspired by Laverne Cox. As an actress, she has been afraid of being discovered as a transgender on set and always nervous about playing her roles. It is unusual for a transgender woman to play non-trans roles, but she struggles to do her best in this territory.
Meet the tallest transgender model in the world! Erika Ervin, also known as Amazon Eve, also appeared on American Horror Story: Freak Show. She was quiet about being transgender for a long time because people still have a hard time accepting it. Except Sweden and the Swedes! She met Bill Skarsgård once and he revealed this secret to her. People in Sweden are very tolerant, so if you wanted to talk about being transgender somewhere – that would be the best place.
This incredible urban model decided to start her transformation at 17 years old. Born as Arthur Scott, she understood what she wanted to be soon in life and began her transition with cheek padding and breast augmentation. She has been involved with rappers like Wiz Khalifa and Souja Boy.
Caroline “Tula” Cossey
Can you imagine a Bond girl who wasn’t always a girl? That’s what Caroline Cossey is all about! Originally raised as a boy, Caroline decided to give up her masculinity at age 17 and began receiving hormones to begin the transition. After going through bust surgery, she completely changed her sex and became one of the most famous transgender models in the world. She was also the first transgender mr featured on Playboy. Oh and did we mention it came out in the 1981 Bond For Your Eyes Only movie?
This girl really opened our eyes about transgender women. She is one of the first transgender women on TV, being a participant in America’s Next Top Model by Tyra Banks. Isis understood that she was transgender in high school and went through gender reassignment therapy in 2009. After that she became a star on numerous shows and was featured in dozens of magazines. Now she just wants to work as a model and do what she does best.
Laverne Cox definitely had an incredible impact worldwide as the new transgender superstar after starring in Orange is the New Black. Fans can’t get enough! She is the first openly transgender woman to be on the cover of Time magazine. It was also the first to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award! Now Laverne Cox is a transgender activist and influencer who leads the world in transgender issues.
Previously known as athlete Bruce Jenner, Caitlyn has impacted everyone with her transformation. While in transition, Caitlyn commented on all of her treatments, hormones, and changes going on in her body. She became a spectacular role model for the entire trans community. Now you have your I Am Cait program.
The Wachowskis are among the most influential and conceptual directors of all time. After their work in Matrix, V de Vendetta and Cloud Atlas have gained worldwide recognition and immense success. However, Lana Wachowski has kept her transition a secret for a long time. After changing her sex in 2009, she became one of the best-known transgender activists and even received the Human Rights Campaign Visibility award in 2012.
Jazz Jennings is probably the youngest transgender in the world. She was diagnosed with sexual identity disorder when she was just a boy and gradually began her transition. Now she has her own I am Jazz program that deals with all kinds of transgender issues including acceptance at her own school. Jazz is also the head of the Transkids Purple Rainbow foundation that helps transgender children.