Look out Hollywood, Jazz is coming for ya! An inspirational 14-year-old transgender teen named Jazz Jennings just landed her very own docuseries on TLC titled All That Jazz!
Jazz Jennings is your average 14-year old-girl. She loves high heels and princess gowns, the only thing that sets her apart from her large group of girl friends is that she was biologically born a male.
Jennifer and John had a baby boy named Jack, but as they explain, he was always ‘different.’ Now Jack is Jackie and lives openly as a little girl — and she has her parents’ full support.
Get ready to be brought to tears, HollyMoms. In a touching new story, we meet transgender 10-year-old Jackie, a girl who has already had to make some of the toughest decisions in her life. But thankfully, she has been blessed with parents who support her through it all.
Sonny and Cher’s transgendered son not only shocked us when he hinted to E! News that Shiloh Jolie-Pitt has gender issues — he pissed off Angelina!
Chaz Bono, who transitioned from female to male, admitted that he “would love to talk to” Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie about their 5-year-old daughter Shiloh while he was promoting his book, Transition: The Story of How I Became a Man, to E! News in May. And now that word of the news has spread, Angelina is LIVID!
More similarities between Chaz and Shiloh are popping up. The son of Cher and Sonny Bono admits he used to like being called ‘Fred’ while growing up — as a girl. And we know Shiloh wants to be called ‘John.’
Brad Pitt confessed to Oprah in 2008 that his daughter Shiloh, 5, with Angelina Jolie, insists on being called John. “John, I’m John,” he explained, “It’s a Peter Pan thing.” Well, it must have been a Flinstones thing for Chaz Bono, 42, when he grew up as Chasity, because he liked being called “Fred!”
Whoa, whoa, whoa! Sunny and Cher’s son, who transitioned from female to male, “would love” to talk to Brangelina about Shiloh. Hey Chaz, why are you making assumptions!
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie‘s 4½-year-old daughter Shiloh is known around the world for her tomboy style and rough and tough personality, but no one ever claimed she was actually transgender — until now … Read more and VOTE!
Transgender Thomas Beatie became famous in 2008 when he gave birth to a baby girl. Now he wants to help women who can’t have their own kids by becoming a surrogate.
HollyMoms, you probably know Thomas Beatie as the Pregnant Man. He gained notoriety in 2008 when he became the first transgender man to ever give birth. Now the 36-year-old wants to be a surrogate for women who can’t get pregnant on their own! “When I was first approached with the idea, I thought it was crazy. Then I thought about what it means and what not having a family means to us. I thought, ‘This is a huge deal and I’m capable of it, why not?'” he tells Life & Style.
Transgender Thomas Beatie became famous in 2008 when he gave birth to a baby girl. Now he is weighing in on the controversy surrounding Shiloh Jolie-Pitt wearing boys clothing.
Thomas Beatie, formerly known as Tracy, became the first transgender man to ever give birth, in 2008. He and wife Nancy now have two children, a daughter Susan, 2, and a 15-month-old son Austin, and he’s currently pregnant with his third child. Now Thomas is speaking out about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s tomboy daughter, Shiloh’s decision to always wear boys clothes — and the speculation on the web that she’s headed for a sex change in the future. “When you’re a child, you don’t really have a solid grasp of what male and female are,” he tells Life & Style.
I hope you’re all ready to “go there,” because Degrassi returns TONIGHT (July 19) with six weeks of new nightly episodes — and one very controversial new character!
Abortions? School shootings? Puh-lease! Everyone’s favorite Canadian teen drama, Degrassi, has already covered that ground. But this season, which kicks off at 9 p.m. tonight on TeenNick with an epic two-hour movie, will finally introduce a character not yet represented at Degrassi Community School — a transgender student! The character, played by Jordan Todosey, goes by the name of Adam, despite being born as a girl. “The writing is good,” Jordan tells CTV News. “They really go there with that kind of stuff and I think that this character can really speak for anybody who is outcast or bullied or transgender or anything like that.”