Laverne Cox , a transgender actress, has posed nude for Allure Magazine. She reconsidered, however, when she thought about the message the photo would send. It was about a year after I saw that film that I started to question my own gender identity. It's a difficult movie to watch, but it was the first image of a transgender man I'd ever seen in the mainstream media. Even though the character wasn't perfect and there was a tragic ending, I could still identify with Brandon.
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In his latest interview , the year-old actor, whose real name is Roderick Laverne Cox, sympathized with heterosexual men who sleep with cross-dressers. Cox said straight men who date cross-dressing celebrities or athletes should come forward and publicly profess their love for cross-dressers to remove the stigma that tranny lovers feel. Cox said he dates men who are "straight-identified" -- a newspeak term that means down low men who are probably married with children. And straight-identified men [who are] deeply policed.
That was made abundantly clear after his match with Scott was over and Adam Cole took the mic to celebrate how Era is dominating NXT at the moment. At one point he said the word dream, and that's when Velveteen Dream made his presence felt, announcing that he wasn't done with Strong and leaving quite the impression on NXT fans. He came out after hearing his name from Cole and then said that he is coming fo his North American Championship next week. He then showed a picture of Strong with his belt and nothing else, something Strong seemed proud of. That's when he said that compared to him Strong just doesn't measure up, and then revealed a new version of the photo that showed Strong in the same pose but without his belt, and the photo showed a blurred out image and a circle with a cross through it, indicating Strong doesn't have a penis either.