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I knew I was trans, but never in a million years thought this was something I was going to have to live through and go through. Especially in this tense political climate where we’re dealing with everything from overlooked murder to what bathroom you can use.When you’re sitting there at night and smoking your joint and thinking, "Why me? I doubt that anybody would feel comfortable pissing next to me at a urinal. I am the way I am and I didn’t feel like I had to change myself a lot to be feminine but there are some people who do and we need to give them the space to do that. Gender comes in a variety of colors and shades and sizes—the way you choose to express it is your choice and everyone need to treat everyone with dignity and respect. Have you ever considered a career in politics or nonprofit work?If I can come out to the world publicly on CNN, I can go up to a guy I think is hot and introduce myself.I’ve done the hardest thing that I could possibly do in my life.It’s been a real wakeup call because before, I knew presidents could get as bad as George Bush. If we can elect Trump, who else are we capable of electing? I grew up thinking we were supposed to lead by example and our country is taking seven steps backward.Everyone who wants to hold onto their rights needs to speak up and I’m doing the best I can to spread awareness.
Have you had any serious relationships in the past?
This is the new normal for Quinlivan, who's one of the modeling industry's biggest stars, but with coming out, she has also stepped into a new role as an activist—and she’s got a lot to say.
As she shakes off the “coming out journey” narrative she’s told (and retold) since September, we sat down with Quinlivan to talk about everything from her Carrie Bradshaw-like dating struggles and the responsibility she’s taking on as an advocate to her unapologetic call-out of the fashion's secret sexual harassment epidemic.
Yeah, I’ve had really beautiful, serious relationships with incredible men who knew I was trans and were so okay with it. [Laughs] It’s hard because straight people, especially men, tend to suck.
At the time, those boys wanted a lot a little too soon for me. My longest relationship was a year, and I lived with this guy and he was so incredible and supportive, but I was 20 and just wasn’t ready. Honestly, I want to give them the benefit of the doubt and say that they don’t necessarily suck, but we as a community have had so much more to go through. They don’t have to go through a sexual or gender expression revolution.
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