“I’ve met some amazing people, I’ve worked with companies I never thought would stand by me, and I’m changing the world in my own way,” says model and trans activist Kenny Ethan Jones, who reflects on his rollercoaster year. After signing to one of the biggest global agencies, Kenny made history as the first trans man to front Pink Parcel’s I’M ON campaign, something that remains a key moment in his career.

“I wanted transmen to feel more comfortable in their bodies and raise awareness that menstruation affects us too,” he tells us of the campaign impact. “I was clueless to the level of publicity that the campaign would receive and to the degree it would change my life. The campaign got 200 pieces of press including 19 nationals stories,

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