Today, we're inviting the TikTok community to join us in celebrating Transgender Day Of Visibility (TDOV), alongside our inspiring trans creators who bring so much joy and pride to TikTok.
Every year on March 31, transgender communities and their allies pause to celebrate and reflect on how far the trans community has come. Today and every day, we are incredibly proud of the diverse trans and non-binary creators who come to TikTok to share their stories.
#TransVisibility TikTok LIVE - Join the Celebration
For TDOV, we're spotlighting trans changemakers and creators with a special TikTok LIVE series set to air at 6 PM PT on our @TikTok handle, featuring LIVE segments with creators Jesse Sullivan, Emira D'Spain, Devin Halbal and Somaya, along with PAPER Magazine and the LGBTQ+ nonprofit organization The It Gets Better Project. Tune in on @TikTok to watch our #TransVisibility LIVE series and celebrate trans joy.
Inspiring Trans and Non-Binary Creators to Watch
From musicians representing the trans community in music, to creators spotlighting their experiences and personal breakthroughs as trans parents, the TikTok community is full of trans and non-binary creators to look up to and learn from. Below are a few creators to know and follow all year long.
- @xoxoemira (She/Her) - Emira D’spain is a beauty and style creator who offers tips and insights on the best glam secrets from her authentic point of view. From relatable GRWMs to helpful beauty tutorials, Emira’s content speaks to unlocking some of the greatest kept secrets of the industry.
Organizations that Give Back
In celebration of TDOV, we're taking a moment to recognize the non-profit and advocacy groups on TikTok who fearlessly champion and support trans and non-binary communities. Be sure to follow them on TikTok for educational resources and info on ways to give back to trans and non-binary communities year-round!
- @itgetsbetter: The It Gets Better Project’s mission is to uplift, empower, and connect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) youth around the globe. The It Gets Better Project surpassed 200K followers on TikTok and remains to be one of the fastest growing LGBTQ+ non-profits on the platform. Their content helps LGBTQ+ youth on education around sexual health, fun facts and history on Black LGBTQ+ pioneers and information on how to be an LGBTQ+ ally.