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09/25/2013 10:12 am ET Updated Feb 02, 2016

'TransAmerica' Seeks Transgender Women For New Reality Show

Courtesy of Doron Ofir Casting

The casting company behind hit television series such as "RuPaul's Drag Race," "The A-List," and "Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys" is seeking transgender women to participate in a new reality series, tentatively titled "TransAmerica."

According to a press release sent to the Huffington Post, Doron Ofir Casting is seeking "beautiful," "dynamic" and "fashionable" transgender women to take part in a new reality series that will explore the personal and public lives of modern day women who self-identify as trans. "TransAmerica" hopes to redefine stereotypes by exploring the complex world of dating and careers for transgender women, in an effort to both entertain and educate audiences.

Casting Director Doron Ofir states in the press release, “I hope to revolutionize the perceptions of gender and sexuality by finding and casting the most spectacularly interesting women with fabulous personalities, who are proudly unapologetic, living a life of beauty in every way.”

The casting call is open to all individuals identifying as transgender women, regardless of their position within the transitioning spectrum.

If you are interested in finding out more about this groundbreaking reality series or want to apply, you can visit this site for additional information.

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