Volkóva is a trans influencer. Photo: Twitter playboymx
For the first time in the history of Playboy Mexico magazine, a trans woman appears on the cover. It’s about Victoria Volkóva.
The company indicates that with this step of giving it the November cover bet on sexual freedom in all its dimension.
The appearance of Victoria Volkóva in the pages of Playboy México is extremely important because of the meaning it holds. First of all, because it breaks all stereotypes and is committed to freedom without restrictions for all people ”.
– Playboy Mexico (@PlayboyMX) November 4, 2020
Victoria Volkóva, 27, is a lifestyle and beauty influencer He has 1.21 million subscribers to his YouTube channel.
The model seek greater inclusion and more rights for transgender and transgender people.
This cover celebrates the different ways of being a woman, the different ways of being beautiful, the different ways of being explore your sensuality and enjoy your process. I hope that with this cover people are more curious to meet each other, to know what it is like to be a trans person. More curiosity about how trans people live in this country and what we have to go through to live a decent life, “Volkóva wrote on his Instagram account.
First of all … THANK YOU. This cover celebrates the different ways of being a woman, the different ways of being beautiful, the different ways of exploring your sensuality and enjoying your process. I hope that with this cover people are more curious. More curiosity to meet each other, more curiosity to know what it is like to be a trans person. More curiosity about how trans people live in this country and in the world and what we have to go through to live a dignified life, to be respected, to earn a living, to earn the respect of others, to be heard and dignified, to get a job, to survive school, to survive in this society that does not turn to look at us or our problems. This cover is also making passes with myself. For a long time I hated my body and hated being a trans woman, since I thought that that was what made me a less valuable person, less deserving of love, less “normal”. But later I learned that the one who had to accept myself was myself before demanding that others accept me, because when you accept yourself first, you no longer care what others think of you. When you learn to love yourself and see everything that makes you beautiful and valuable. When you embrace your imperfections and tell them thank you for making you so unique and so different. When you learn that your biggest differentiator, that is why people teased you at school, is what years later will make you a person who will stand out from the rest. You can read the full letter and see the photos in the link in my bio #VictoriaEnPlayboy @playboymx
A shared post from Victoria Volkova (@vicovolkov) on Nov 4, 2020 at 10:28 am PST
She also points out that this cover served to make peace with herself, because for a long time she hated her body and being a trans woman, in addition to feel that I was worth less as a person.
I learned that the one who had to accept myself was myself before demanding that others accept me, because when you accept yourself, you first stop caring what others think of you. “
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