Munroe Bergdorf is an English model, activist, and human rights campaigner. She has walked the runways for Gypsy Sport, plus-size drag queens, and the NSPCC. She was the first transgender model in the UK to walk for L’Oréal before being dropped because of a racial controversy. Her story is a fascinating one, and you can learn more about her below.
A British transgender model has defended her right to dress as a woman by saying she feels threatened by the attitudes of other women. At a recent event in London to celebrate womanhood, Munroe Bergdorf, a former L’Oreal model, said that “cisgender females” create an environment that is hostile towards transgender people. She has repeatedly called suffragette activists “white supremacists” and referred to women as hairy lesbians.
L’Oreal dropped Munroe Bergdorf from their campaign because of racist remarks she made about white people. Although she has been hired by other companies, including Illamasqua, she has been sacked by some brands for making racist comments. Her name has been linked to racial violence and white supremacy, but she has denied these accusations. Despite this backlash, Bergdorf continues to do her job as an ambassador for diversity in the fashion industry.
After being named Changemaker of the Year by Glamour, Bergdorf continues to use her voice to fight against gender inequality in the fashion industry. In July, Bergdorf signed a six-figure book deal. Transitional, a manifesto on gender transition, will include reflections on race, sexuality, and femininity. This is an important step for Bergdorf and the transgender community.
A trailblazing model, Munroe Bergdorf has been through a rollercoaster ride of recent years. In 2017, she became the first transgender model to work for L’Oreal in the UK. However, the campaign was soon canned after she called white privilege out on social media. The media vilified Bergdorf for three years. She has been featured on Good Morning Britain and This Morning.
After battling systemic racism and being fired from her L’Oreal Paris contract, the transgender model has been speaking out against the oppression of trans people. L’Oreal dropped Bergdorf last year, but Bergdorf is still on the company’s diversity board. Her appointment is a giant step for the beauty industry. So, what’s next for the transgender model?
While Bergdorf acknowledged the privileged position she holds in the media, she also said that she felt threatened. The attitude came from articles written by white women. Moreover, Bergdorf called for the audience to re-examine their language and use more inclusive language. She even praised Women of the World founder Jude Kelly for her bravery. But she’s still waiting for that apology. And in the meantime, she’s looking forward to a new chapter, with her new friends.
Despite the negative backlash she received, Munroe has since re-joined L’Oreal after the controversy over George Floyd’s murder. The murder led to a national outcry, and many businesses faced questions about the lack of diversity in the industry. And Bergdorf thinks that there’s a lot of unpacking to do in white institutions. And she’s not alone.
Plus-size drag queen
Known as the ‘It Girl’ of the drag scene, Munroe Bergdorf is a friend of Ke$ha and Boy George and was signed to Universal at the age of 18. In addition to being a plus-size drag queen, she’s also a philanthropist and transitioning transsexual. Whether you’re a big babe looking for a family, or a petite girl trying to break into the ‘big’ world, this is the podcast for you!
Munroe is a queer trans woman of colour and has long battled bigotry and oppression. She has often been mistaken for emotional strength due to her size, but she is not at all emotionally tough. Her showperson persona is a mixture of soft and funny. She has been featured in TV shows like “Gypsy Sport” and “Art School” and has been the subject of many a magazine cover.
Her parents have been supportive of her activism, embracing her life as a drag queen. Munroe has also written articles and published a book for British Vogue. Her activism has gotten her plenty of attention, but she’s not about to let it get to her! She wants to empower others to tackle the problems facing them. But she also wants to help those around her in their community, especially the youth.
While she was a trans model, Bergdorf has continued to use her voice for freedom. She recently signed a six-figure deal to write a book about gender transition and transsexuality. In addition to being an activist, she has also been a published author with essays on race, sexuality, and gender. If you want to know more about Munroe Bergdorf, she’ll be your best source of information on plus-size drag queens.
In her first book, Munroe interviews Gigi Gorgeous, a former YouTube sensation who became famous after sharing her transition on her YouTube channel. The latter’s authenticity has helped her gain fame. She has also appeared on the cover of British Vogue. Gigi Gorgeous is also a podcaster. She rose to fame after being brave and speaking her truth. She has a following among people who want to make a difference in the world.
As well as a drag queen, Munroe is an activist for the rights of LGBTQ people. In 2018, she was hired by the Labour party to be an adviser to Dawn Butler on LGBT issues. However, her appointment was controversial and she quit after just one week. And now, she’s a model, too! What’s next for Munroe? She hopes to launch her own lingerie brand. Plus, she’s currently raising money to undergo cosmetic surgery.
Campaigner for the NSPCC
Last year, the NSPCC cut ties with transgender activist Munroe Bergdorf, a model and campaigner. Her termination was widely perceived as a concession to anti-trans campaigners. A spokesperson for the charity declined to comment, referring to an initial statement that was not public. However, the NSPCC later said that Bergdorf had been a campaigner for the charity for many years.
The NSPCC’s decision to dismiss Bergdorf was unprecedented and deeply flawed. It lacked professionalism and transparency and stoked controversy among young people. The NSPCC’s actions and statements have failed to meet its own high standards. Bergdorf has since encouraged young people to contact her to report their experiences. The NSPCC has been criticised by both groups for their lack of response and for their aversion to addressing the issue head-on.
The organisation has dropped a trans activist after a backlash following the publication of the Satanic Indicators, which led to false accusations of child sex abuse. The NSPCC should no longer regard itself as an ally to LGBTQ children, as the LGBTI community faces a particularly high level of hatred and mental distress. Further, the organisation should stop using its pride flag in their advertising.