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We are living in a time when finally, all our blinkered views on sexual and gender norms are
being thrown out the window. In the transgender community, there are so many wonderful
people who are fighting the good fight. Today, we are looking at the top 15 transgender
celebrities who have gone through the transformation and are helping to push the culture
Number 15. Andreja Pejic
Sharp of the cheekbone and over 6-feet tall, Bosnian-born Andreja Pejic was every fashion
designer’s dream when she began modeling in 2010. In 2011 she featured both in’s
list of Top 50 Male Models and FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women. But in 2014, Pejic announced that
she had had organ reassignment surgery and would henceforth be Andreja. She said that
Ultimately her biggest dream was to be a girl but she was too afraid to talk about it in the public
because she would not be understood. She has been on a lot of covers of vogue as the poster girl
for transgender beauty and everyone just loves and adores her!
number 14. Caitlyn Jenner
When Caitlyn Jenner appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair for the first time in 2015, it was
hailed as a milestone for transgender awareness in the United States. The former Olympian,
kind-of Kardashian, and reality TV personality has found herself billed as the most famous
transgender American since Laverne Cox. Formerly Bruce Jenner, Caitlyn Jenner's transition

from male to female was the most public transition of its kind to date. As a child, Jenner
struggled with gender dysphoria, trying to find a way out and become stronger, she turned to
sports, and she won a gold medal. Caitlyn had three failed marriages when she was still Bruce,
because she was unhappy with herself, finally, in 2015, she transitioned and changed her name
number 13. Alexis Arquette

We're going to have to warn you up front: the tale of Alexis Arquette is not a happy one. Alexis,
who was born Robert, was just as talented as the rest. Playing roles in close to a hundred films
and TV shows – from Friends to Pulp Fiction to Xena – Alexis lit up the screen wherever she
went. By 2004, she got gender reassignment, officially making her a woman. She had contracted
HIV at the age of 18, but fought through it. At the age of 47, she had gone back to living as a
man for three years and had given up the fight. On September 11, 2016, Alexis Arquette was
placed in a medically induced coma and soon died of a heart attack. The world had lost a leading
Number 12. Thomas Beatie
Next on our list is Thomas Beatie, who became famous worldwide as the first pregnant man on
the planet. He is a published author and a public speaker who mainly focuses on Transgender
sexuality struggles, trans fertility issues, and the reproductive rights of transgender people.
Thomas was born a female and lived as one until 2002, when he started his transition process.
Thomas underwent male hormone therapy and then had woman-to-man surgery. However, he
decided to retain his reproductive organs, because he wanted to carry and give birth to his
children. He is both a proud father and mother now
number 11. Laverne Cox
If you're an Orange Is the New Black fan, you'll already know who Laverne Cox is. The stunning
star became the first transgender person to be nominated for an Emmy in an acting category in
2014. Cox was one of two twin boys. And her twin brother, M Lamar, actually plays the role of
Marcus, who is Cox's character, before she transitioned on "Orange Is the New Black." Her love
for dancing and acting saved Laverne’s life, and gave her the strength to go on. In her interview

with The Guardian Laverne said that as a child growing up in Alabama she went through cruel
homophobic bullying which ended in her attempting suicide at the age of 11. She has also been
on the cover of Times magazine
Number 10. Jazz Jennings
Jazz Jennings, born Jared Jennings, is noted as one of the youngest public figures to come out as
trans. She was diagnosed with gender identity disorder at age 5. Jazz Jennings has been open
about the highs and lows of her life as a transgender woman. In the last two years, the star has
undergone multiple gender confirmation surgeries and her family has been by her side through
each surgery. The YouTube personality, spokesmodel, television personality, and LGBTQ+
rights activist has been at the forefront of the transgender community since her TV show “I Am
Jazz” premiered in 2015. More power to this amazing person

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