Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Chrysalis Lingerie Looking For Trans Women Models

Chrysalis Lingerie, the FUBU lingerie line for girls like us that launches its e-commerce site on May 2, is now looking for trans women for its upcoming ad campaign that will run with the launch of the site:.


We are casting new models for our new Ad Campaign to coincide with our e-commerce launch. If you are in the NYC or tri-state area and are available to shoot within the next 2-3 weeks, we would love to hear from you!

We are looking for TRANS WOMEN who embodies the Chrysalis Brand. A woman who is strong willed, intelligent, and is UNAPOLOGETIC about her FEMININITY.

We are also looking for a MAN...Very good looking, rugged dark features, a bad boy, and mysterious a PLUS!

(acting experience would be great but not necessary for both roles)

Please email us at info@ChrysalisLingerie.com
with head shots, portfolio, acting reels, etc.

Please put "model casting" in subject line.

Feel free to share this with anyone and everyone who may be interested. Please and Thank you! ♥ Chrysalis
bras2I hope the man they are looking for in the casting call search also includes any trans man that fits that description.  

But I definitely want to see Chrysalis Lingerie survive, thrive and grow strong enough as a brand to where it will be able to employ more of our people in the NYC metro area and beyond.

This is an opportunity as a community to build our economic power, which is why this is my second post writing about this company I'm only invested emotionally in   We as a trans community need to support trans entrepreneurs like Cy and start using our t-bills with trans owned companies so that those companies when they grow and are looking to expand can employ other trans people.  Building economic power is just as important in our trans human rights struggle as building the political power component of it.

So for all you trans women in the New York City and tri-state area who believe you have what it takes to be a lingerie model, here's your opportunity. 

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