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Trans model told to 'go to hell' defies trolls by embracing skin she's in

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Talulah-Eve, from London, is a black TV personality, influencer and the first-ever transgender contestant on Britain's Next Top Model as well as the first transgender lingerie model for Ann Summers.The 27-year-old has shared her advice for those questioning their gender identity – and the questions you shouldn't ask transgender people.Speaking exclusively to Daily Star she said: “The worst question that people ask is ‘What was your name before?’ which is just so rude, you can't ask people that.“It’s incredibly disrespectful and it treats people like they’re some kind of novelty.

No, I'm a person, this is my life.”Talulah-Eve revealed she used to be asked about what surgeries she had and would be asked inappropriate questions about her genitalia.Thankfully as people have educated themselves more, this question is becoming less and less common.“I think people are starting to realise that it's a very rude and personal question to ask but I used to get asked it all the time,” she shared.“People would determine whether they wanted to talk to me based on what work I had done.

But why should that define anyone?”When Talulah-Eve first started transitioning, she used to get a lot of online hate.A meme page with 500,000 followers on Instagram and 800,000 on Facebook created a meme about her.It suddenly went viral and received approximately 300,000 comments from complete strangers.“You best believe every single comment was hateful. [A lot of them] were death threats, with people saying that they wanted to kill me and that I should go to hell," she revealed.“I remember I had just started my transition as well.

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