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A transgender activist is going viral - for how beautiful she is. Janet Mock attended the Love Ball In NYC yesterday, and she was drop dead gorgeous.

She was so pretty that her pictures went viral on social media. And most of the people sharing the pics of Janet, had no idea that she's a male-to-female transgender.

And she still has her male organs . . . 

Here are the pics that have got viral, mostly by straight men or people who have no idea of Janet's gender:


Last week, Variety shared the exclusive report that Netflix had signed a three year, multimillion dollar deal with Janet Mock.

This deal is a historic one, with Mock being the first black transgender woman to sign an overall deal with a major studio. With exclusive rights to her TV series and first-look options for film projects, Netflix and Mock plan to share the stories of underrepresented individuals.

“This deal is so bonkers,” she said in her announcement, adding, “You know, 84% percent of Americans say that they don’t know and/or work with a trans person. And so, there’s potential now with Netflix’s worldwide audience to introduce millions, hundreds of millions of people to trans people and showing people who may not understand us that we can tell our own story.”

You might recognize Janet Mock as the director, producer, and writer of the hugely popular series “Pose” on FX. The Ryan Murphy series focuses on New York City’s LGBTQ ballroom scene. The deal with Netflix would allow her to continue her work with “Pose.”

Janet is a writer, television host, director, producer and transgender rights activist. Her debut book, the memoir Redefining Realness, became a New York Times bestseller. She is a contributing editor for Marie Claire and a former staff editor of People magazine's website.

Janet's career took off in April 2015, when Oprah Winfrey invited Mock to be a guest on Super Soul Sunday for a segment titled, "Becoming Your Most Authentic Self" where she discussed "proudly and unapologetically" claiming her identities. 

In September 2015, Mock was invited back to join Winfrey's Super Soul Sessions where Mock discussed, "Embracing The Otherness." In 2016, Mock was named to Oprah's SuperSoul 100 list of visionaries and influential leaders