Chanel wants women to look at a transgender man to learn how it feels to be an attractive woman.
Teddy Quinlivan, who is a guy parading himself as a lady, will be the new face of Chanel Beauty.
The 25-year-old will be the first openly transgender model to work for Chanel. The woman’s magazine, Elle, says he’s “beautiful” and will be “a huge step towards inclusivity for the luxury brand.”
Quinlivan was so elated by the news, he cried.
“This was one of those triumphant cry moments for me,” he wrote.
The fashion model believes those who object to men becoming a woman (and vice versa) are bigots.
“People with this archaic outlook are either misinformed, uneducated, or bigoted,” he wrote in Vogue.
Perhaps most astonishing is that Quinlivan does not tell his prospective MALE dates that’s he’s transgender. That shocker is something they have to figure out for themselves.
“It’s not like I tell anyone or announce that I’m trans before a date, because that’s not the most important thing about me,” he wrote in Glamour. When his male companions eventually discover his true gender identity, “there’s literally nothing I can do about it. This is who I am.”
It seems Quinlivan is all about deception, just like the Great Deceiver himself. Now Chanel will join his deception by tricking women into thinking they are watching a female model in their beauty commercials when in all reality, its just another confused man using fashion makeup to look like a woman.