The boy who asked to call him violet vixen, told the presenter of the programme about her life
Fishnet tights, heels, makeup — so 11-year-old Leo Knox recently appeared in a British TV Studio.
The boy who asked to call him violet vixen, told the presenter of the programme about their lives. According to Leo, he still identificeret himself as a boy and doesn’t want to change the floor, but feels more confident when wearing women’s clothes.
“The fact that I’m a guy, doesn’t mean I can’t wear dresses”, categorically said in a broadcast student.
He also admitted that his Hobbies are not like the classmates and they are constantly laughing at him. However, Leo is not going to go on about them in the future even plans to give speeches in the image of a drag queen — especially because he knows how to dance perfectly. The mother of the little the British did not bother the passion of the son.
“He’s not doing anything wrong. Better to put on makeup and wear women’s clothes than to waste time on hatred!” — confident woman.
As previously reported by the portal “Znayu”, Scarlett Johansson has announced his departure from the upcoming movie Rub and Tug from the Director of the acclaimed “Ghost in the shell”. The reason for this was the attacks by the LGBT community. The actress said that she does not want to offend anyone in my role.
Initially, the representatives of Johansson claimed that the actress does not see the problems that ordinary woman will play a transsexual. The statement also said that earlier Jared Leto received an Oscar for the role of a transgender woman in “Dallas buyers club”.
Recall, the star of “the Voice of the country-8” Sianga, which several years ago replaced the floor, always knew how to shock the audience.
No sooner had the fans to get used to the idea that the guy was a woman, as a singer again returned to the image Bori APR.
Note, Portugal adopted a new law on sex change, according to which a citizen may change the name and gender without a medical certificate, since the age of 16.
“Portugal joins Denmark, Malta, Sweden, Ireland and Norway to become the sixth European country to give right to self-determination of transgender identity”