Not long after the release of Caitlyn Jenner's famous Vanity Fair cover, the Internet erupted in important conversations about beauty, identity and what it means to be transgender.
Laverne Cox even joined in on the conversation, writing a powerful Tumblr post arguing against traditional cisnormative beauty standards and insisting all trans individuals are beautiful, regardless of appearance or dress.
Meanwhile, a movement was in the works.
After seeing Jenner's cover, Jenn Dolari tweeted, “Where's MY Vanity Fair cover?”
She realized, while it's incredible to have a trans woman cover a magazine, that woman is still, all things considered, a representation of the norm: traditionally feminine and womanly.
Rarely, she realized, are trans minorities ever represented in the media.