Trans model tackles beauty-haters and address boyfriends paying for photos

Press Release: April 03, 2024

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Trans model tackles beauty-haters and address boyfriends paying for photos
LONDON, UK. April 3rd, 2024 – QteeFoxx, a prominent transgender model, is pushing back against online trolls who attack her appearance while revealing a surprising truth: many of her critics are also her biggest fans, paying to see her photos and engage with her privately, even if they’re in relationships.

Growing up knowing she was a girl but struggling to articulate it until age 20, QteeFoxx, now 24, has amassed a significant following on social media, with 220,000 followers on Twitter. Despite her success, she faces frequent trolling, especially from men who paradoxically constitute her primary audience.

“I get so much hate online,” says QteeFoxx. “But it’s the same men who call me names who then pay money to see my photos and talk to me in private. Some even consider me their virtual long-distance girlfriend.”

Acknowledging the potential impact on relationships, she states, “I would 100% understand if their monogamous partner viewed this as cheating. It’s definitely a step up from watching a video of some random girl and a lot closer to having a long-distance mistress.”

While QteeFoxx receives criticism for her racy content, she asserts its empowering nature, stressing that she is not merely a “sex object” but a multifaceted individual. “Sharing nudes of myself and my life experiences has really helped me as a trans woman to not just accept, but also love my body,” she explains.

Despite the challenges she faces, QteeFoxx remains committed to her mission of representation and empowerment. “I want to make content that showcases me as a human, more than the stereotype, and to help represent people like me as whole beings, with thoughts, dreams, and wants,” she declares.

Originally from Sweden, QteeFoxx grew up in a supportive environment where her family and friends accepted her transition. Now, she aims to help others navigate their identities and educate people about the transgender experience.

“I’ve had so many genuine talks with people that have made them stop using slurs and derogatory language against trans people,” she shares. “I just want people to see us as the gender we are, through talking and also, sometimes, having a little bit of fun.”

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