In the USA, Justin Lindsay transgender cheerleader in the NFL

In the USA, Justin Lindsay transgender cheerleader in the NFL

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The Carolina Panthers football team has among its ranks the first openly transgender cheerleader

Justin Lindsay (29) is officially part of the Top Cats cheerleading squad of the Carolina Panthers, a U.S. NFL team.

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We can say that this is a very important event that could inspire other transgender people.

” It is an important thing. I think more people need to see it. It’s not because I want recognition. It’s just to shed light on what’s going on in the world.”

So she told BuzzFeed News a few days ago.

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The Panthers’ new cheerleader wanted to thank ”the beautiful and talented people who have supported me along the way… This is a moment I will never forget, and I can’t wait to show you all what this girl has to offer.”

The first time she publicly came out as trans was when she announced her joining the Panthers. A difficult step, as stated herself: ”I was so scared. There are things you can’t publish” but then she had to reconsider.

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When Lindsay submitted her application to Chandalae Lanouette – the director of TopCats Chandalae – she clearly indicated that she was transgender. And Lanouette herself said it was her skills as a cheerleader that got her through the audition.

In the U.S., more and more states in the union are banning transgender students from playing sports except on teams of their birth gender, and Lindsay’s story could be the impetus for trying to change course.

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