(Courtesy of W Magazine) In the ever-changing world of this modern era, it could be said that no one better represents the advent of progress at least here in Estes Park than Casil McArthur. Both a model and an inspiration in his own right, the Estes Park native recently broke out of his small town and into the world of fashion and intrigue with his recent appearance in an issue of W Magazine. Young models from small towns like Estes Park launch their career all the time, but McArthur’s modeling specialty is different from almost all other professional models: he’s transgender. try this website“I started modeling when I was really young … and I’ve been doing it ever since,” McArthur said. “Then last year I decided that I wasn’t happy at all anymore because I was figuring out myself and who I was. I wasn’t happy presenting myself as a female.” Unlike most teenagers who get a part-time job at a local restaurant or store, Estes Park’s Casil McArthur modeling jobs require him to fly to photo shoots in New York City and other locations. (Photo by Rachel Ryan / Estes Park Trail-Gazette) McArthur’s transition began in December 2015 which Marcia Rothschild, a family friend, described as “empowering.” “Before [the transition] Casil pretty much spoke monosyllabically,” Rothschild said. “Very little answers. Very short sentences.
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