Caitlyn Jenner and Kelly Osbourne are known for their assistance in the transgender local community. So the 66-12 months-old I Am Cait star and the former E! Style Police host were the ideal option to judge the 15th yearly TransNation Queen USA Pageant on Saturday. The Olympic gold medalist dazzled in a sequinned mini dress while the British beauty stunned in a metallic off-the-shoulder amount. Caitlyn flaunted her long legs in a short black floral frock which integrated a number of rosy shades.
She paired the embellished garb with pointed stilettos and a chic fitted blazer which further highlighted her svelte figure. Her sandy blonde locks cascaded in medium-barreled waves past her shoulders and she opted for minimal makeup as to allow the dress get centre stage. The daughter of A-listers Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne looked fairly in a low-reduce silver and black piece. She wore a pair of dainty dropped silver earrings, purple smokey eye shadow and mauve lip. Kelly filmed a PSA for the TransNation Festival in August in which she stood uncovered some staggering statistics pertaining to transgender issues and promoted the event. ‘Transgender people have usually existed throughout background,’ she started. ‘But have generally lived hidden in plain sight.’ Kelly continued: ‘The transgender motion is making headlines and in the previous couple of many years we have noticed an escalating amount of trans individuals be the center of pop culture.’ ‘But regardless of the surge and focus all over the trans local community we’re still not addressing the social barriers such as the lack of access to well being care, employment, discrimination, and the rising number of trans-connected hate crimes,’ she unveiled. ‘In reality, 47 percent of transgender folks in Los Angeles have reportedly been victims of bodily assault.’ Kelly – who is known for her charitable get the job done and activism – referred viewers to St. John’s Properly Kid & Loved ones Center.
which she described as ‘one of the biggest transgender wellbeing centers in the U.S.’