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VivaLaRiviera.com spotlights transgender wedding in Queens, N.Y.

From Samara Riviera, editor in chief of VivaLaRiviera.com, a "transgender entertainment source":

dscf2887 Hello Everybody,

This is such a special week not only for the website but for the transgender community of the world. Last week one of my trans friends got married. That’s right there was a transgender wedding and ViVaLaRiviera has the exclusive footage of the first of it’s kind wedding. My trans friend Yessenia married her man Fernando. Yes there was a church ceremony and a big, huge party in Queens, NY. I really hope you guys enjoy and share the happiness with Yessenia and Fernando and the whole trans community of this Wedding of the Century event. Check out the videos and pictures and leave your comments.

Also, check out a video commentary of myself and Evelyn on being out and proud as a trans woman. There is no reason why a completely passable trans woman could not be out and proud of her gender expression. We were not born to be men, we were not born to be women, we were born to be transgender. So be out and be proud ladies!

And also enjoy Fabiola’s visit to the Transempowerment offices and her Spanish interview with its founder Natalie Isaacs. Disfruten de los videos y fotos mis amigas.

Samara Riviera
creator/editor in chief

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Thank you so much Steve for all your support.
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Samara Riviera
creator/editor in chief
www.vivalariviera.com

Also, check out a video commentary of myself and Evelyn on being out and proud as a trans woman. There is no reason why a completely passable trans woman could not be out and proud of her gender expression. We were not born to be men, we were not born to be women, we were born to be transgender.

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