Playboy Set For First Transgender Playmate

Ruben Ruiz
October 21, 2017

- Jenna Jameson is not happy with Playboy's choice to feature its first ever transgender Playmate, the French model Ines Rau, in its November issue.

Playboy has been in the news recently, due to the death of their 91-year-old founder and business magnate Hugh Hefner.

Describing as her role as a Playmate as being "the most lovely compliment I've ever received" Ines admits she's happy to embrace nudity.

Rau has appeared in Vogue Italian and W magazine, but called this opportunity the "most lovely compliment I've ever received". "It's like getting a giant bouquet of roses", she added. Not to mention, Rau has walked in many designer fashion shows, including Balmain, and appeared in Vogue Italia.

She beforehand postured naked for the magazine's May 2014 "A-Z Issue", in a spread titled "Development' that tended to humankind's day of work toward tolerating sex characters past the male-female double".

For Rau, the story was a turning point. "I took that risk, and afterward I marked with an organization".

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Coming to accept herself wasn't something that happened overnight. "I'm the happiest girl in the world, just being what I wanted to be".

"Nudity means a lot to me, since I went through a transition to get where I want to be". While in her interview with Playboy, Rau revealed that she didn't reveal her identity because she was afraid of never finding a partner. "But if I can help others to love themselves then it's worth it".

One Twitter user remarked: "I have a problem with people being transphobic and the irony of you being so judgemental is not lost on me". "I don't know how to explain it. I nearly wish they waited until after the issue was out and the guys were spanking it to tell everyone the truth", added another commenter.

Cooper Hefner, Playboy's chief creative officer, told the New York Times that choosing Rau as the Playmate "speaks to the brand's philosophy".

Nor is she the first transgender person to pose in the pages.

No matter what attire adorns her, her goal is to feel sexy. Try not to weight yourself. "If any of you actually paid attention to Hef's life and career, you'd know he stood for stuff like this".

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