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Toronto dad Jamie Alexander knows all trans girls deserve to be comfortable in their swimsuits.
Fashion designer Willie Norris operates under the work ethos of “queer entrepreneurship as a means of defense.”
Trudi Lebron is a high school dropout, a teen mom and the owner of a successful six-figure business.
The 19-year-old is an inventor, business founder and creative with a massive following.
Gabrielle Jordan has been an entrepreneur since she was 9 — but finding her true purpose took a little longer.