May 25, 2023

Chella Man, an artist, model and actor, gained attention on social media after sharing intimate details of his transition and experiences of being deaf during high school. After signing with IMG as the agency’s first trans-masculine and deaf model, Man designed his first collection with Opening Ceremony at age 19 and gave a TedX Talk on gender identity. Man played a queer superhero on DC Universe’s Titans and earlier this year exhibited his video artwork about his decision to stop using a hearing device at New York’s Leslie-Lohman Museum and Powerhouse in Sydney

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