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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Some Female Model Who Were Born Male








*-- Serbian Australian model Andrej Pejic is androgynous and famous for her ability to model both male and female clothing. In January 2011's Fashion shows he walked both men and women's shows for Jean-Paul Galtier and men's show for Marc Jacobs. He also ranked #18 on the models.com Top 50 Male Models list while simultaneously being ranked #98 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World in 2011.
*-- Nrazillian Lea T was born Leandro Cerezo in 1981 but that did not stop her from becoming one of the most famous transsexual model in the industry today.
*-- It is hard to believe that Claudia Charriez was born a man, but that did not stop her from becoming an international model, He won America's Next Top Transsexual Model on the Tyra Banks Shows.
*-- Argentinian Florencia De La V began life in 1976 as Roberto Carlos Trinidad but she has since gone on to be one of the most reconizable transgendered actress in the world. De La V has worked in soap operas, clubs, in magazines and once was the editor of a magazine. Now she is married to a man and mother to twin babies via surrogate.
*-- Thailand's own Sirrapasorn ( AKA Sammy) was named Miss International Queen in 2011 peagant.
*-- Caroline 'Tula' Cossy is an English model and one of the best known trans women in the world. Cossey had a small role in the James Bond movie 'The Living Daylights', posed for Playboy and wrote an autobiography about her experiences as transsexual model and actress 'I am A Woman'.
*-- Brazillian model Roberta Close was the first pre-operative transsexual model posed for the Briazzilan edition of Playboy. After undergoing surgery for gender reassignment in 1989 posed nude for Brazallian man's magazine \sexy' and was then voted 'Most Beautiful Woman Of Brazil'.
*-- Indian Malika is a trans woman who has undergone four surgeries and countless other medical procedure to become a woman she feels she was meant to be at birth. In 2011 she became the first Indian to be chosen to compete in the Annual International Queen in Thailand.

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