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Laverne Cox Becomes The First Trans Women To Cover Cosmo

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Laverne Cox has been talking the talk and walking the walk for years. In 2014, Cox became the first openly transgender person to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in an acting category for her role as Sophia Burset in Orange Is the New Black. She then went on to becoming the first openly transgender woman to win a Daytime Emmy as an Executive Producer of the documentary The T Word. Fast forward to today and Cox is making history once again as the first openly trans women to ever cover Cosmopolitan magazine! Yas!

Cox is featured on the valentines day February issue “Say Yes To Love” edition of Cosmopolitan South Africa. This issue focused on the LGBTQI+ community and love of self-others, and non-binary relationships.

The OITNB star is featured on the February “Say Yes to Love” edition of Cosmopolitan South Africa, Valentine’s issue focused on the LGBTQI+ community and love of “self, others, and non-binary relationships,” said the mag’s Editor-in-Chief Holly Meadows.

“Trans women deserve to be loved out in the open and in the light.” – Laverne Cox via Cosmo

#TransIsBeautiful spread the word.

XOXO
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