Following his passing last month, Hugh Hefner is set to make history once again as the first male cover star of Playboy magazine — but that's not the only first for the upcoming issue. It's not the first time Rau has featured in a Playboy publication, as back in she was photographed for a A-Z special edition. Rau was photographed by Ryan McGinley for Evolution, a feature on gender identity and the shift towards identities beyond the male-female binary. Speaking to Playboy , she said: "It's how I celebrated my coming out, actually. I took that chance, and then I signed with an agency.
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Playboy features first transgender model on its German cover
Playboy's First Transgender 'Playmate' Hopes to 'Pave Way for All Women'
The year-old model has been shot for the magazine before, however, this time around marks her debut as the first official transgender playmate, which means she will appear in a full pictorial and the iconic centrefold. Rau hails from Paris and is a successful fashion model, fronting campaigns for Balmain, appearing in Vogue Italia and commanding the catwalk at fashion weeks across the globe. Making Playboy history might be just the beginning for Rau, who has just signed a book deal and been featured in a film. But if they claim they were born like that Males have male parts and females have female parts!
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Playboy Will Celebrate Hugh Hefner's Legacy With A Transgender Centrefold
In the early s, Caroline "Tula" Cossey was living the dream of every aspiring model. To accompany the film's release, she appeared in a spread for Playboy, featuring her and other Bond girls from the film. She instantly became a role model for trans women. Since then, Cossey carried on with her acting and modeling, making it into the pages of Playboy once again in as well as penning two autobiographies. In a new interview with Playboy about her groundbreaking career , Cossey, 60, who now lives in suburban Atlanta with her second husband said she was born as Barry Cossey and spent much of her life knowing that she was a woman.