'I dont need to win Miss Universe. I just need to be here.'
Miss Universe Spain Angela Ponce didn't make it to the Top 20, but she made history as the first transgender woman to join the international competition (and forever earned a special place in our hearts in the process)! Back in
Apparently the show is 'a fantasy'...EYE. FREAKIN. ROLL.
Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Kelsey Merritt were just some of the models who walked the catwalk in their lingerie for the 2018 Victoria's Secret show.While Victoria's Secret has previously praised themselves for championing diversity by including
The Marco Marco runway at NYFW broke some major barriers.
Over the weekend, Los Angeles-based designer Marco Marco unveiled his newest collection as part of New York Fashion Week-and it was a boundary-breaking runway because all 34 models cast identify as transgender. Though it's not uncommon for
She still prefers natural-born women to be crowned Miss Universe.
On July 12, Reina Hispanoamericana 2017 Teresita Ssen "Winwyn" Marquez was quoted as saying, "I have nothing against transgenders. I'm really proud na sobrang happy, out na talaga, and everyone is respecting them, 'di ba? Pero Miss Universe per se, sana
YAS QUEEN!
26-year-old model Angela Ponce beat out 22 other contestants and took home the title of Miss Universe Spain at the country's national pageant. She is now set to compete this December and will be the first openly trans
'We are not defined by how or where we are born.'
Beauty queens Catriona Gray (Miss Universe Philippines 2018) and Laura Lehmann (Miss World Philippines 2017) share their thoughts about the first transgender woman, √Āngela Ponce of Spain, joining the Miss Universe competition."Personally, I have no problem with it," says Catriona, who
'Hindi lahat ng masculine-looking girls ay marunong mag-basketball.'
Sure, we think Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are the cutest, and sure, we have nothing but love for Angelina Mead King, but we still have a long way to go in eradicating ignorance and prejudice in our everyday experiences with
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