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Hunter Schafer is a trans woman who has earned recognition internationally through her work as a model and actress as well as the activism for LGBT rights. Born in 1999, she grew up facing gender identity difficulties but luckily, people’s transition experience stories on the internet helped her cope with that. After starting her professional career as a model, she has managed to grab massive success by working with globally recognized fashion icons like Vera Wang, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Versus Versace, and Marc Jacobs, etc. Following her highly successful modeling run, Hunter decided to enter the field of acting as well. She made her debut with the 2019 HBO series Euphoria and received praise for her fabulous performance in it. Her massive achievements in the professional career have also allowed her to become a prominent advocate for LGBT rights and she uses every possible opportunity to bring people’s attention towards it.
Schafer is a transgender woman; she made her transition as a freshman in high school after being diagnosed with gender dysphoria. In 2019, she said she identified as something close to a lesbian, while later, in 2021, she wrote on Twitter that she felt she was either bisexual or pansexual. In February of 2022, it was revealed that Schafer was in a relationship with her “Euphoria” costar Dominic Fike.
Quotes by Hunter Schafer
"What I'm trying to do in all senses is deconstruct our idea of gender and use the privileges that come with looking like a model to bring attention to that."
"Ever since I can remember, I drew, and visual arts have been my main way to express myself. I like dancing, although I've never done that very seriously. It's something I'd like to explore more."
"I had been interested in trying acting, and, like, I went to school with actors and whatnot, and I was interested in the craft but didn't really push myself to do it."
"Modeling for a year taught me a lot. I got very involved in the fashion industry and met a bunch of people who I admired."
"When I was living in New York, I tried to make it work for a year, but I didn't really have my own space to be creative. It was really inspiring, but I think that coming to L.A. has allowed me to take a breath."