We are happy to have the chance to talk to Tyler. Tyler is a passionate upcoming actor from USA. We are glad to present to you his journey & story.

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We are happy to have the chance to talk with Bee Steer from Wales, UK and to share with you about their story being a gender non-binary person.

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We are happy to have the chance to talk with Robert Twaddle from UK. He is an inspiring queer artist & model and we are proud to present you his story.

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We are happy to have the chance to talk to Jay Horizon from Germany! Jay considers herself genderfluid, and we are proud to present you her story.

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We are so happy to have the chance to interview Larson Timothy. Lars is a very inspiring and friendly person, and we are proud to present you his story.

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AD Diggs has a hustler spirit that won't let her fail. She is an inspiring woman and we are lucky to have the chance to interview her and share her story.

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We are so glad to have the chance to interview Ethan Nikelsky and bring you Ethan's story.

Ethan Nikelsky was before Itan Nikelskii in his Russian documents. Asked about his name, he explained us:

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We are happy to have the chance to interview the first genderfluid fashion retail in London, VERV London. www.vervlondon.com We are pleased to have a conversation with Sannu Shresta, the Managing Director of the brand which is also one of the founders of the brand.

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We are happy to have the chance to interview Niki Horrorshow from Germany (full name: Berenike Haack). She identifies herself as gender neutral, with sexuality as bisexual/pansexual. Included in the interview below will be an elaboration of her interesting vision on gender/sexuality.

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and Her Thriving Story on Being Herself

We Fluidity.Love are so glad to have the chance to interview fashion model Peta Nitka from Czech Republic. She is the First Ever Gender-Neutral Model in Africa and India. We are so happy to bring her beautiful story to you.

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We are pleased to have the chance to talk and had a conversation with the confident August Aiden.

August Aiden was born in 1994, assigned biologically as female from Rhode Island. However he never felt like a woman or feminine from the inside since such a young age. He is now living in Los Angeles, California.

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We are lucky to have the chance to interview a fabulous, beautiful drag queen Miss Anne Dromeda.

"My name is Anne Dromeda and I'm out of this world!"

Miss Anne Dromeda (her male name: Scott) is a drag queen based in Los Angeles, California. Scott identifies himself as a gay male that performs in drag as a hobby. He's happy that all his friends, parents, and coworkers all know and support him. His mom comes to almost every one of his shows, and his coworkers come out from time to time. "I'm lucky to live in Los Angeles and in a gay friendly community and workplace."

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We were lucky enough to get a personal interview and photo shoot with the absolutely amazing and gorgeous Argie Pabroa from Davao City in the Philippines. Her story is beautiful and shows the incredible and beautiful impact of having a supportive family.

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We Will Never Fit In Boxes Again

HumanEditorial note: If you haven't yet come across Adore Delano, you could start by reading these recent articles from Vice and Billboard , then watch their Youtube Videos, follow them on Instagram and I'm sorry not sorry, you'll be obsessed. Huge thank you to Aisha [link] and Michelle [link] in particular for being so generous with their time in the interview process.

Adore isn't just another emerging star.

In the last 6 months, Adore has become an icon for the fluidity movement. Adore will simply not be put in a box. Adore is more than YouTuber, not just a drag star, not a boy, not a girl - find a box and you'll find Adore won't fit in it. Even Adore's most devoted fans are unsure of which pronouns to use and when. Adore's YouTube channel is still named "DannyNoriega", Adore's boy name, though the recent video titles on that channel present her name as Adore Delano. Adore presents as a boy and a girl as she and he and they please. Fixing a pronoun just won't do.


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