Androgynous models are reinventing themselves as opposite sex to prolong their modeling career.
These people are gorgeous as either men or women and androgyny has been around modeling for a long time. Elliott Sailors a Ford Model, cut her hair back in October 2013 to look more like a man.
Erika credits modeling for helping her to come out, although she’s never really had to make a statement about it publicly.
Her social media is very personal, and so photos with her girlfriend are included along videos of Erika playing her guitar or behind-the-scenes looks at her latest shoot.
Raised in Australia as a war refugee from the former Yugoslavia, Andreja Pejić was discovered as a teen while working at Mc Donalds, and has since become an international inspiration to both the Fashion industry and Transgender community."One of my earliest memories is spinning around in my mom's skirt trying to look like a ballerina." The model said she is happy and settling into her life months after her surgery.She is speaking out, she said, because she feels a sense of social responsibility. "I was proud of my gender nonconforming career," Pejic says to the magazine."But my biggest dream was to be comfortable in my own body.Indeed, it’s a group of society that often suffers in silence due to social ignorance and social distrust.“I don’t think that we’re at a level where the media completely understands it: they need to focus more on the emotional aspects of transition rather than the physical.