A young tranny of Florida, chosen Dancing queen at his institute

His name is Evan Bialosuknia and has made history. Because for the first time, a transsexual has been chosen Dancing Queen at an Orlando Institute. "I was

A young tranny of Florida, chosen Dancing queen at his institute

His name is Evan Bialosuknia and has made history. Because for the first time, a transsexual has been chosen Dancing Queen at an Orlando Institute. "I was very nervous because if she won she did not know if people were going to laugh at me," said Evan, 17, in statements to CNN. Her fears vanished on the day of her election, at the end of September, when she colleagues from her Olympia institute chose her through the crushing a welcome dance.

When they said their name, Evan was hugging all the students as he walked down the football field and the band of music set aside the instruments and threw himself to applaud. "If you show up as someone strong, extrovert and beautiful, this is how they see you," he has told him in the CNN. In its Instagram In yellow letters: "Queen of dancing".

Bialosuknia began its transition to female sex only a few months ago, as she and her family have reported in American media. "When I look back, I do not even recognize myself, I played football for six years, and I remember that when we played, I was looking at the cheerleaders because I really wanted to be with them," she told local television, Wagm- TV. "It was a difficult process," she recognized her mother at CNN.

Since its 'coronation', Bialosuknia has not stopped receiving greeting messages. "I realized that in reality people supported me," she said. Now maybe that recognition helps other girls who are in that same sexual transition process. "This can encourage other people, who know that with time improvement, they can achieve what they want, even if they are part of the LGBTQ community," she said to the CBS channel.

And it is that gender identity is still a sensitive issue that, during adolescence, you can add even more confusion and fear of an already complicated stage. According to a survey of 2020, held by the Trevor Project Organization, 40% of the young LGBTQ has considered suicide.

Updated Date: 08 October 2021, 17:43

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