The reason for this project is to empower them to know their rights and encourage them in their everyday life to stand up and be accepted in society.
Each model could have a unique story to tell or sentence to say to support them. The project would be published online.
Though seemingly supportive, Iran's approximately 50,000 transgender people still face challenges in their everyday lives. “Social encounters are not good at all — verbal and physical abuse and harassment,” Nahal, a 19-year-old trans woman told the Post. “Once even some people attacked and beat me.”
Family life is especially difficult; trans women face being kicked out of their homes and threatened by relatives who often try to interfere with their surgeries.
StarNow note for talent: Website or example of previous work available upon application.
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity
Expenses paid - Travel
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
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Anyone, aged 18 and over
Applications closed 1 October 2020.