This year's winner of the Dutch version of Top Model, Loiza Lamers, is a transgendered woman. And she is completely gorgeous.
You jelly, cis girls?
According to wikipedia, very early in her childhood. Apparently she was already transitioning when she was 10
>Lamers, a Gelderland native, was born in 1995 as Lucas Lamers. Lamers expressed her gender nonconformity early in life, beginning her gender transition early in her childhood. At the age of 10, Lamers was featured in a 2005 documentary by Charlotte Hoogakker titled Van Lucas naar Luus (From Lucas to Luus), which focused on her transition. Lamers underwent gender reassignment surgery at the age of 18, two years before her appearance on the Dutch adaptation of Top Model.
The Dutch page has even less info, cure the Dutchies and their over reliance on English.
At least part of the documentary on her transition is available on youtube.
> if you have a different opinion your a dyke/hon
> beauty isn't subjective
she's pretty but please see pic related
She isn't just pretty, though, she literally got voted in as the top model of Netherlands + Flanders, which is culture region of some 27 million people.
She is one of few people you can actually call objectively beautiful.
>all beauty is relative
>all standards are relative
>all culture is relative
Let me guess you're one of the cultural marxists, right? Just accept that there are objective beauty standards no matter what and she is well within the 99th percentile of those.
Bitterly shitting on people won't actually make transition easier. It just turns you into you know who.
Bettering yourself will, however, make it a life worth living and make you a happy woman.
My two cents:
-There are some features, such as hip to waist ratio, facial symmetry, etc. that are objectively attractive. That doesn't mean that 100% of all men from all cultures will find it attractive, just that the majority of healthy men will. They are fertility signifiers.
-Top Model, and modelling in general, are not beauty contests. Beauty contests are beauty contests. Models are chosen solely because they're beautiful, they're chosen because they have a unique look/personality/angle that makes people stop in the street and look at them, that makes people want to be like them and wear the clothes they wear. Usually this does happen to coincide with being conventionally attractive, but many of the very top models are less "fuckable" than some nobody model, but they have a narrative and look that sells clothes, like they're a rich girl socialite, or a transgender woman, or a disabled woman, etc. etc.
I'll keep that in mind when i bitterly shit on somebody
it's just logic.
standards aren't set in stone and they change constantly.
i also never said she wasn't attractive rofl. but i can see how some people can say otherwise.
deal with it.
Not really jealous. A bit mad at myself for not starting before puberty considering she's probably some months younger than I am, but I don't take that anger out on trannies who did well for themselves. I just don't envy her jaw (though mine is pretty bad too).
Did all 27 million people vote for her? Or anywhere near that number?
She'd probably pass better if she got jaw/chin surgery. That hairline's pretty masc as well 6/10.
I bet a sizable portion of /lgbt/ actually an hero's considering the demographics
Her lips and nose are too big, other than that she's fine. She actually reminds me of a pair of sisters back in hs. They also had large lips and wide mouths, but their noses were tiny...
Height doesn't make someone hulkish
Also the healthier diets and childhoods of continental euro kids tend to result in taller people. Throw in blockers at puberty and you'll have slightly over average height.
Wow, Jackie seems a lot more attractive than this Dutch girl.
Ayy lmao, me too. I'm >>5649547. Have you turned 21 yet? I have. At least I started HRT 5 and a half months ago.
What's stopping you from at least starting HRT, though, senpai? I didn't do it these past two years because I planned on killing myself at some point. Eventually I realized I didn't have what it takes to kill myself so nothing was going to change, and in the time it would take me to develop what it takes, I might as well stop myself from getting any manlier.