And, Janet’s dream day came true on November 5, 2015, as on this day Janet got married to her photographer boyfriend Aaron Tredwell in Laie, Hawaii, on the North Shore of Oahu.Janet Mock is an American writer, TV host, transgender rights activist.
She got the perfect partner which the lady like her is seeking for. She graduated her high school as a boy and after she reached 18, she made up her mind of changing her gender.
Finally, she succeeds to change her gender but the only one fear in her was she will not get married ever.
It was amazing." Michigan offers 8th grade Hawaiian QB Although he's only an incoming freshman and verbal offers are non-binding, simply receiving one fulfilled a goal and validated the work he's put in.
Maiava's drive ramped up when, at age 10, a Pop Warner coach told him he should be an offensive lineman, not a quarterback.
"That's when I started to train harder and become more serious about it," he said, "just to prove people wrong from there on." Maiava is 6-foot-1 and 170 pounds and said, per his last trip to the doctor, there's a 95 percent chance he'll grow to 6-3.
He's a dual-threat quarterback who enjoys passing as much as running and led his Laie Park Raiders teams to four straight Hawaii Jr. "Honestly, I just like having the ball in my hands during the game," he said."I looked at Coach Harbaugh and told him 'Are you for real? "As a mother, it's amazing to see a child accomplish a goal that he set at such a young age," she said."We just wanted him to get a D-I offer before he graduates and for him to get one before he actually enters high school was shocking.These are fairly standard practices for an athlete who aspires to play college football.Maiava, however, hasn't even been to his first high school class yet."I was excited because Coach Jim is a big-timer," Maiava said.