"Transcendent... Agonizingly gorgeous" - The Huffington Post.
They're beautiful, they're successful, they're trend-setters, they're policy changers, and they're all transgender! This sections features the transwomen that have excelled in the arts, business, politics, science, advocacy and/or activism. They are transgender women that have made an impact on the world around them. Our staff seeks out these women to interview. Also see trans-History.
Her story is compelling. Her journey has been most unconventional. Her career is groundbreaking as she attempts to bring a sense of normalcy to a subject that many people don’t understand, all the while proudly displaying her exceptional skills.
The Way Out Club is one of the longest-running, top-rated trans parties in the world. So when they announced that they were moving, we reached out to its co-founder/hostess Vicky Lee to get you the inside scoop.
Born plain George Jamieson, he became the first Briton to have a sex change and sparked countless lurid headlines.
The following is the first installment of a two-part story of how Japanese transsexual TV personality Ai Haruna, 39, suffered from and overcame gender identity disorder.
The beautiful and talented VH1 TRANSform Me star is much more than a gorgeous face (and slamming body): She's an actress, an illustrator, phtographer, make-up artist, even a model. In our exclusive interview, Nina talks to Dirty about growing up, shooting up (hormones!), and being one of the most inspiring transgender women in pop culture.
The former colonel in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army who became a world-reknown ballerina.
Laverne Cox is an actress, producer and transgender advocate who made television history when she became the first African American transgender woman to appear on an American reality show with her appearance as a finalist on VH1's "I Want to Work for Diddy.