Surprise! Geena Rocero is January’s 2021 Playboy’s Calendar Playmate

Geena Rocero

Geena Rocero (Aug 2019) January 2021 
Ali Chanel (Aug 2020)
Riley Ticotin (Jan 2020)
Jordy Murray (Dec 2019)
Anita Pathammavong (Mar 2020)
Priscilla Huggins (Jul 2020)
Hilda Dias Pimentel (Oct 2019)
Marsha Elle (Apr 2020)
Savannah Smith (May 2020)
Alicia Loraina Olivas (Jun 2020)
Gillan Chan (Nov 2019)
Chastity Samone (Feb 2020)

Surprise! Out and proud trans woman Geena Rocero is Playboy’s 2021 January calendar Playmate. This was a surprise since Playboy could have featured (Geena Rocero Playmate Aug 2019) in any month.

Who better than Geena Rocero to show that WE WON’T BE ERASED on President-elect Biden and Vice President Harris’s inauguration day?

These were my very thoughts when I saw my friend’s moments scroll by when I opened Facebook this morning.


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And it was a surprise when top model Geena Rocero came out as transgender back in 2014.

As gorgeous as Geena Rocero is her beauty plays second fiddle to who she is.

When fashion model Geena Rocero first saw a professionally shot photo of herself clad in a bikini, she was beside herself. “I thought…you have arrived!” she says proudly. This might not be the typical experience, but, as Rocero reveals, that’s because she was born with the gender assignment “boy.” In a moving and personal talk, Rocero finds that transgender activism is giving her a whole new sense of pride and purpose.

This is indeed a new day, filled with advocacy, beauty, committed political presidential power, and hope.


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Kelli Busey an outspoken gonzo style journalist has been writing since 2007. In 2008, she brought the Dallas Advocate on-line and has articles published by the Reconciling Ministries Network, The Transsexual Menace, The Daily Kos, Frock Magazine the TransAdvocate, the Dallas Voice and The Advocate. Kelli, an avid runner is editor in chief at Planet Transgender which she founded in 2007.

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