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NikkieTutorials just gave her first interview since coming out as transgender, telling Ellen DeGeneres that her fiancé gave her the strength to p...
YouTube star NikkieTutorials appeared on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" to discuss her emotional coming out YouTube video.
Halsey channels male rock legends like Bowie and Jagger in a new photo shoot and says her ‘gender identity has always been super fluid’
The "Manic" singer said she considers herself "an androgynous performer," but clarified: "I don't identify as nonbinary or gender-fluid."
Kanye West is bringing his Sunday Service choir to a prayer rally that’s hosting anti-LGBTQ crusaders
Kaye West is bringing his Sunday Service to a prayer rally in Arizona with prominent anti-LGBTQ evangelicals — and some fans are not happy.
These Hollywood stars have opened up about gender identity. Some have come out as non-binary or fluid, while others prefer to ditch the labels.
The sister of Too Faced Cosmetics’ cofounder had a bitter comment for NikkieTutorials after she came out as a transgender woman
Nikkie de Jager and Too Faced feuded after it was revealed she had been paid only $50,000 for the palette she made with the brand.
Beauty YouTuber NikkieTutorials came out as a transgender woman in an emotional video. Here are 4 other trans YouTubers.
Influencers Nikita Dragun and Gigi Gorgeous also came out after amassing huge followings on their respective YouTube channels.
Nikkie de Jager says people blackmailed her by telling her she was too afraid to share her own story and by saying she was lying to her audience.
According to the National Center for Trans Equality, nonbinary people identify as a gender outside of the traditional categories of male and female.
NikkieTutorials, or Nikkie de Jager, said she decided to come out because the chance to do so on her own terms was taken away.
A same-sex couple took pictures in traditional South Asian clothes, and now the stunning photos are going viral
Sufi Malik and Anjali Chakra went viral in the summer of 2019, and now they're using their platform to advocate for other marginalized groups.