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As a fashion model, who has recently admitted to lying about the fact that a transgender person after the making of the anti-trans comments online are saying, she is “taking full responsibility for her actions.
Carissa Pinkston, 20, was last week as a transgender woman after she caused a controversy over statements that she shared it on Facebook to suggest that trans women are not women.
“Being Transgender does NOT make you a woman. It just makes you Transgender,” Pinkston, who has modelled for Marc Jacobs and Rihanna’s on the Surface, the x Fenty, who wrote in mid-May.
“This is the way they want it to be seen. In a biological context, there are both Women and Men. This is the world in 2019.”
After that, she was ridiculed and then fired from her agency, Pinkston took to social media again to explain to her that her comments stemmed from her own “inner uncertainty” as a transgender person.
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“I wasn’t ready to come out about it yet, but now that I got fired, and I’ve been receiving hate mail and death threats ever since, so I’m forced to tell the truth. I am a Transgender woman,” Pinkston wrote.
“I am moved at a very young age, and I’ve lived my Life as a Woman ever since. It is very hard to keep this secret, but what I said about Trans Women, it is a direct reflection of your inner insecurities, and ever since then, I’ve come to realize that I am a Woman…WE ALL ARE!”
Aaron Phillips, a transgender model, who knows Pinkston, later took to Twitter to accuse her of lying about her gender identity. Days later, Pinkston issued a statement to say that it was all a lie.
“We apologize for the transphobic comment that I have made in the direction of the Trans community. I was in a panic, and I thought to myself that if I came out as Trans, which I was able to use one or the other way to make things better for myself, but it looks like I only made things worse,” she said.
“I’m really sorry. I’m only 20 and I’m a human being. I make mistakes, but I refuse to let them define me. I hope you can forgive me and move on, because I am so much more than this one incident, and I’m not a coward.”
In an interview with Buzzfeed News to be published on Tuesday, Pinkston said, “I definitely feel like as a trans person in a certain way, just because they were picked on in high school.
Pinkston, but did not deny that she was lying about the fact that transgender people are a “cover-up” is her first comment.
“It was never going to prevent a backlash, but I didn’t panic,” Pinkston said. “And I know what it’s like to be bullied and picked on for being different. I would like to be in a community. Just at that moment, I didn’t know what to do.”
She has since deleted her apology on the web, the outlet reports.