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Former 'X Factor' Contestant Trevi Moran Comes Out As a Transgender Woman

Published Sun Jun 07 2020 By Sea
Former 'X Factor' Contestant Trevi Moran Comes Out As a Transgender Woman

'X Factor' Trevi Moran posted a video on YouTube about coming out as a transgender woman and "growing breasts".

Trevi Moran, a former contestant on 'X Factor', released a video on YouTube recently announcing her coming out, detailing her journey so far and also revealed a docuseries to be released about her transition. She finally settles on her sexuality in the video titled 'Coming Out. I Am Female.' after years of struggling to identify herself.

"Hi. My name is Trevi Moran," she started the coming out video with. "I am a transgender female. It's a good start. I can't believe I just said that out loud." As for the journey thus far, she came out as gay with a video back in 2015 and later also shared a video about how she was beginning to question her identity as a cisgender male in 2017.

She was Trevor Moran before the announcement.
Photo Source: Trevi Moran, Instagram

"I hit a rock in my journey in 2017 when I thought I wasn't transgender because I thought that people were pushing me to be transgender," she continued. "No, I just had a lot of demons back then. A lot of eating disorder stuff, self-confidence issues. It wasn't the time for me to come out back then."

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So far, the transition to acceptance physically has been a little difficult. "I am two months in on hormones. My brain is just everywhere," Moran said again. "I am so hormonal, I mean my a** is getting fat as f***. And I'm growing breasts, and it hurts. I'm going through a lot right now, all because I just want to be me."

The 21-year-old further shared plans to release the footage she's documented over the years in the form of a docuseries called 'Trevi: The Transition.' A preview of the series was also included in the coming-out video.

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Moran was 13 when she first broke into the scene as a contestant on 'The X Factor' in 2012. She then branched out to a social media career as a YouTuber, increasing her subscriber-count while being a part of the collaborative channel 'Our 2nd Life' and thus releasing original music.

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This year has been moving forward for her quite well, aside from the pandemic. At the end of the video, Moran provided a note of encouragement to her followers: "If you're ever lost, just don't go out, go in. Go in and find yourself because going out and distracting yourself defeats the purpose."

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