First Ever Transgender Woman Wins Vermont Governor’s Primary + 5 Other Transgender People Who Made History


For the first time ever woman won Vermont Governor primary becoming the first ever openly nominee for governor from a major party anywhere in the country. made a list of people who despite all prejudice won huge contests or became -the-first-one in some fields. 

First woman who won the state’s Democratic primary


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woman Christine Hallquist makes history, winning Democrat primary to contest Vermont governor’s race. She becomes the first major-party trans candidate for governor in the US, while in Minnesota, a Somali-American woman is on track to enter Congress.

It is a remarkable milestone, even for an election year already dominated by an influx of women and a record number of candidates who identify as lesbian, gay, or queer.

First trans woman crowned Miss Universe

A 25-year-old woman Angela Ponce won Miss Universe Spain and become the first woman to compete in the finals of the Miss Universe contest.

La vida está llena de retos, de desafíos, comprender eso en mi vida ha hecho que hoy haya cumplido un sueño que siempre tuve, para ello lo único que necesite fue convertir cada obstáculo que se me presentaba como una oportunidad de crecimiento. Desde mi tenacidad, con constancia, disciplina, respeto, amor a mi misma cierro con La Corona del Miss Universo España una etapa donde camine de la mano de mi familia y amigos recibiendo siempre su apoyo y amor incondicional, sin ellos nada de esto sería posible. @daniela_fundacion por permitirme crecer y ser mejor persona a su lado. Y a mis preparadores @juliomatamoros_hair y @jorgematamorosmakeup por confiar en mi y regalarme su tiempo, sus conocimientos y su ilusión. Hoy comienza un nuevo ciclo para mí, comprometida conmigo misma, con mi misión de vida, con España, voy rumbo al @missuniverse, con la conciencia y el compromiso de llevar adelante un mensaje de inclusión, respeto, tolerancia, amor por uno mismo, amor por los demás. De la mano de @orgbemiss y @guillermoescobaroficial, llevando a adelante nuestro slogam: “SOMOS MÁS DE LO QUE VES”, les doy las Gracias por acompañarme en este maravilloso viaje, por creer en mí, por darme la oportunidad de poner un granito de arena por una sociedad que merece cambios, dejar una huella sembrada en cada ser humano que la vida me ponga en mi camino. Gracias por cada mensaje lleno de amor que me han enviado…

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The 27-year-old beat 22 fellow contestants to claim the Miss Universe Spain crown in the Spanish city of Tarragona last Friday.

Her win grants Ponce a place to compete in the worldwide Miss Universe contest set to be held in Philippines in December 2018.

First trans who won international women’s weightlifting title

Laurel Hubbard, from New Zealand, is a 39-year-old who won the international women’s weightlifting title in Australia in 2017.

Laurel Hubbard made history by becoming the first female to win an international weightlifting title for New Zealand. But her victory in the over-90-kilogram division, in which she lifted a combined total of 268 kilograms (roughly 590 pounds) to best silver medalist Iuniarra Sipaia of Samoa by 19 kilograms (roughly 42 pounds), was not without controversy.

Despite a year’s worth of blood tests showing Hubbard had no more testosterone running through her veins than any of the other female weightlifters competing in the Australian International, some of those Hubbard beat questioned the fairness of the competition.

Virginia’s House of Delegates election

In 2017, Danica Roem, 33, won the election to Virginia’s House of Delegates. She is the only openly person in a state legislature anywhere in the US.


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Bodybuilding contest

A 34-year-old Swan Stinson is a man who was a woman. In 2015, he has won the first Bodybuilding contest.

“If someone had asked me a year ago if you would change anything I would say yes, that I was born in the right body, ask me that same question today and I would say, not a thing,” he said.

Stinson told Al Jazeera he was happy to be selected winner of the bodybuilding contest once again but has already set his sights on other goals. He wants to compete in a mainstream bodybuilding competition and raise the profile of athletes, “I am up for the challenge,” he said.

Watch bodybuilding champion Shaun Stinson talks about his physical journey, below:

story wins Oscar

history was made at the Academy Awards when “A Fantastic Woman” nabbed the Oscar for Best Foreign Film.

Directed by Sebastián Lelio, the Chilean drama follows a trans waitress and singer, Marina Vidal (played by Daniela Vega), whose grief over the sudden death of her lover, Orlando (Francisco Reyes), is compounded by the scorn she experiences from his family.

“A Fantastic Woman” makes history as the first Oscar winner to feature a storyline with an openly trans performer in the lead role. Although the movie originally featured a cisgender protagonist, Lelio updated the script after he began working with Vega, who had appeared in only one other film (2014′s “The Guest”) before taking on the role of Marina.


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First Ever Transgender Woman Wins Vermont Governor’s Primary + 5 Other Transgender People Who Made History
First Ever Transgender Woman Wins Vermont Governor’s Primary + 5 Other Transgender People Who Made History
For the first time ever transgender woman won Miss Universe Spain title and will compete in the finals of the Miss Universe contest. made a list of transgender people who despite all prejudice won huge contests or became -the-first-one in some fields.

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