Paris Lees: Married To A Husband Or Looking For A Boyfriend To Date With?
Paris Lees is an activist, journalist, as well as a presenter who is the first transgender presenter on both Channel 4 and BBC Radio 1. She has also featured in the British Vogue. She keeps posting motivational videos regarding life as a transgender on her self-titled YouTube channel. Her videos have inspired and helped a lot of transgender people all around the world.
Recently, the news surfaced that she’d be joining the house of Celebrity Big Brother, but until now, she hasn’t been seen on the show. It has been a long, harrowing journey to where Paris is today. But now she is a fierce feminist, human rights campaigner, writer as well as a model.
But leaving a long, painful journey behind, who is Paris Lees married to? Who is Paris Lees husband? Or, is Paris Lees dating someone? Also, find out the figure of Paris Lees net worth. On deck, we’ll be exploring Paris Lees wiki facts, bio, boyfriend, married, husband, net worth, age, height, parents, and family.
Paris Lees Married, Husband or Dating?
Paris Lees is the first transgender woman to appear in the British Vogue. She has gained much recognition and appreciation from every fan followers. Fans are keen to know about Paris Lees married life as she hasn’t spoken anything about her personal life.
Well, talking about Paris Lees married life, she is still single and unmarried. She could be looking for a dashing, perfect guy to marry with.
According to some source, Paris likes to date fricking hot guys. She even said that there are lots of men who love trans women but are not open about it these days and feel ashamed of their desires. She also told that some men never thought about dating a trans woman.
Paris had three serious relationships in her 20s with men who had never dated a trans woman before. Their families and friends accepted Paris entirely, but for better or worse, more and more men seem happy to treat trans women with the same level of respect or crap as any other woman.
As of now, Paris is still single and unmarried and searching for the perfect man in her life who can accept all her flaws of being a trans woman.
Paris Lees Net worth and Professional Career
Paris is the founder of META, which is the first British magazine based on the transgender community. She even served as the acting assistant editor of the Gay Times. Along with that, Paris is the first transgender woman to feature in the cover of Diva. She has worked as the presenter for Channel 4 and BBC Radio 1.
Paris produced The Hate Debate, which is a documentary presenting the opinions of young people towards homophobia, racism, transphobia, and Islamophobia. For this, she earned a lot of admiration and praise for genuine concern for the society. Her second documentary My Transgender Punk Rock Story is also popular where she interviewed transgender rock star, Laura Jane Grace.
Currently, Paris is working on a project named All About Trans, which is all about the transgender journalists and other media professionals who have come together.
But what’s the figure of Paris Lees net worth?
As of 2018, Paris Lees net worth is under review. Once reviewed, we will update you soon.
Paris Lees Wiki-Bio:
Paris Lees was born in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire. Her age is 29 while the date of birth hasn’t been revealed, but she is of white ethnicity. Her father, Daren was a boxer and club bouncer who had a quite difficult time in accepting his son’s identity.
When Paris was 16 years old, she committed a robbery for which she served eight months in prison, beginning at the age of 18. She even stated that:
“I had dropped out of college. Basically, I had gone off the rails because I was terrified of going to prison. I ended up taking lots of drugs”.
While in prison, Paris decided to change:
“I just thought, ‘I’m this silly teenage boy in a prison cell who has made a huge mistake and I want to be this happy person.”
Paris moved to Brighton to study English at the University and started to identify as a female. She also said that in the space of six weeks, she went from living in Nottingham as a boy with grandma still alive, to living in Brighton as a girl.
Paris was referred to Charing Cross Gender Identity Clinic where she received hormone treatment to begin gender transition.
Paris continually shares how people used to bully him during his gender transition period through his social media accounts. Despite being abused for her identity, she continued identifying herself as a robust bisexual transwoman and a feminist.