Friday, 25 December 2015

7 Transgender Celebrities And Their Transformation

Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner Before & After

Caitlyn, was formerly known as Bruce Jenner. She has become a role model in transgender community. She is now a star in her own eight-part series “I Am Cait”.
Laverne Cox
Laverne Cox Before & After

Laverne Cox is the first openly transgender person nominated for Primetime Emmy Award, and the first openly transgender to be on the cover of Time Magazine. She starred as Sofia Burset in the Netflix hit Show “ Orange is the New Black”

Jazz Jennings
Jazz Jennings Before & After

One of the youngest openly transgender people in the world, Jennings is the star of her show “I Am Jazz” that depicts her struggle with her gender in high school.
While she was born a male, Jennings was diagnosed with gender identity disorder as a child and has since been allowed to transition with support from her family.

Candis Cayne
 Candis Cayne Before & After

Candis Cayne  played the role of Carmelita, a transgender mistress, on the hit show “Dirty Sexy Money” that made her the first recurring transgender person role on television.
Cayne started off her career as a drag performer until asked about the transgender movement, and she identified as transgender. 

Carmen Carrera
Carmen Carrera Before & After

Best known for being one of the hottest stars on Rupaul’s Drag Race, in season 3, Carmen Carrera came out as trans after the season had ended. Went from Drag Queen to Top Model

Jenna Talackova
Jenna Talackova Before & After

Jenna Talackova  a Canadian model and TV Star attempted to pioneer new grounds for transgender stars hoping to become the next Miss Universe.
She registered to compete in Miss Universe Canada 2012. She was disqualified because she was born a man and that Miss Universe needed to be “naturally born women”.
She also had a legal battle against the organizers and even Donald Trump.

Janet Mock
Janet Mock Before & After

She started out as a sex worker at the age of 16 and eventually went on to the University of Hawaii at Manoa for her Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Merchandising. She later went to New York University to get her Masters in Arts in Journalism.
She underwent sex reassignment surgery at the age of 18 in Thailand. She went from sex worker to editor of People Magazine. She rocked the media in 2011 after revealing she was a trans woman.