Queerty is better as a member
YAASSSS MISSS HUNNNYYY RAISE OUR FLAG!!!
She’s gorgeous! I’ll be rooting for her.
I hesitate to say this but – most of the girls look the same. I am myself Asian, so it isn’t that I’m unaccustomed to differentiating faces. Their bodies, dresses, hairstyles and makeup make them almost interchangeable.
im asian and i dont look like her and no one looks the same everyones diufferent and pretty :-)…….they may have same clothes or hairstyle but theres always something special that makes one stand out :-)
Unless the model identifies as a lesbian, this has nothing to do with gay people. Why does Queerty posts these stories about heterosexuals with gender identity disorder who resolved their problem by surgically altering their bodies. That has nothing to do with being gay or lesbian.
@Dianne: This is an LGBT site and last time I checked
the t stood for transgender.
@Dianne: You’re being a monosexist bigot Dianne. But at least you’re respecting Choi’s gender identity, so I guess that makes you slightly more open-minded than Janice G. Raymond.
Go away with your transphobia, Dianne.
Queerty promotes itself as “the LGBT news, politics, lifestyle, gossip, and entertainment site. ” The T in LGBT stands for transgender. Hope that answers your question.
However, the idea of a trans person “resolving their problem” with surgery is not accurate. Since you’re so interested in us — given that you clicked on this post to voice your opinion — here are several books that might help you learn more about the little “T” at the end of the rainbow:
“Gender Outlaw” by Kate Bornstein
“Whipping Girl” by Julia Serano
“She’s Not There” by Jennifer Finney Boylan
Good luck on your voyage of discovery, my friend, and thank you for your interest.
Hmmm…well, she is a bit old (26) for a model…but she has the right look and she is 5’11…which is a great height for a model. She could win.
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