Then I was like, 'You know, you should just be who you are.' It's a salvation to speak the truth about yourself, whether it's your gender, sexuality, whatever. It's not about being loved by others; it's about loving yourself."Playboy and Rau are setting out to change society's perception of womanhood and all that that descriptor entails.Rau notes in her interview that "being a woman doesn't mean being extremely feminine all the time. Nudity is a celebration of the human being without all the excess. s not about sexuality but the beauty of the human body, whether male or female." ?? Nudity means a lot to me, since I went through a transition to get where I want to be.It also helps ensure that trans people, whether at university, in work or otherwise, are respected and accepted without exception.” Sussex students' union said its policy has received a positive reaction from students, however union officers have been forced to deny rumours that gender specific pronouns “he” and “she” had been banned completely, following media speculation.In a statement, USSU said: “Contrary to some press reports, the Students’ Union has not banned the words she/her/he/him or any other pronoun.
by @derekkettela A post shared by Playboy (@playboy) on has always been closely linked to the public's perception of women and sex, and the magazine doesn't seem to be changing that intent any time soon. The 26-year-old French model of North African descent has been named in a 2014 nude feature called "Evolution," which launched her modeling career."Evolution" set out to be a survey of "humanity's halting shift toward acceptance of gender identities beyond the male-female binary." Rau posed for the spread shortly after her coming out and then signed with an agency after the acclaim the feature brought., "I lived a long time without saying I was transgender. I was scared of never finding a boyfriend and being seen as weird.The union is believed to be one of the first in the country to promote the use of gender-neutral language in an official manner, but several other universities are rumoured to be introducing similar policies.The new guidance aims to promote equality across “all the genders” and "reduce the impact that gender has on education and participation" in the students’ union.“The gender-neutral pronoun ‘they’ should be used as opposed to “he” or “she”, and the pronoun “them” as opposed to “him” or “her”.“Individuals whose gender identities are not known should not be described as “men” or “women”, and inclusive terms such as “person” should be used instead.