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#TransgenderDayOfVisibility: NYC Performer Mila Jam’s Message of Acceptance in “Faces” feat. Laverne Cox, Titus Burgess, Jamie Clayton, Candis Cayne, Peppermint & More!

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NYC-based singer/songwriter/YouTube star Mila Jam just put out this beautiful visual for her latest track Faces, featuring phenomenal members of the LGBTQ community, celebrating individual beauty, self acceptance and everyone’s right to belong, . Check it out below, and the fantastic cameos from Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s Titus Burgess, Laverne Cox, supermodel Geena Rocero, Candis Cayne, RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Peppermint, Transparent’s Zackary Drucker and Trace Lysette, trans businesswoman Angelica Ross, Sense8’s Jamie Clayton, MTV Making His Band’s Jaila Simms, MTV Real World’s Davis Mallory, Dollhouse diva Lina Bradford, Jai Rodriguez, Ari Gold and the transgender actress from TV Land’s Lopez series, Rain Valdez… all lip syncing to Mila’s formidable vocals. (photo by Alex D. Rogers)

 

Mila Jam: 

“Today’s media bombards us with negative images and ideas. I wanted to make a song that would force everyone to take a deeper look into our individual worlds, and to recognize the beauty that we each offer to the world. We all wear our plastic smiles out in the world while inside, we hide our true fears and loathing and feelings of inadequacy. Faces is about staring boldly into that mirror and realizing that we do belong, we are enough, and someone will love us for who we really are.”

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