They O.K.: Meet the Models.
"This campaign means a lot, because we're standing up for ourselves. It's open, it's refreshing. This is a be yourself kinda thing." -Davianca, Free Spirit
"It gets so much better. Just stay motivated and don't ever stop dreaming." - Chanel, Model/Recording Artist
"Be who you want to be. I don't want fame, I don't want fortune. I just want to wake up in the morning, take a stretch, and say 'I'm O.K. today.' And I want that for everybody." - Joshua
“I didn’t feel the need to come out until it was relevant to my life. People just found out as they needed to; it wasn’t a big deal for me, because I’ve always been really genuine about my presentation as a person.” - Reid, Theater/Illustration Major
"Everybody's O.K., everybody's welcome. Come and join the party. We're all O.K." - Ivey, Artist
“There really are no boundaries for me when it comes to style. I don’t feel contained by any gender with clothing. I just use it as a way to express myself and my identity.” - Harrison, Film Student
"I feel like I'm part of something bigger than myself. I feel like I belong somewhere. Even if it's not your blood family, you still have a family."
- Angel, Biology Student/Aspiring Model
"First I came out as a lesbian, but now I've come out as trans. And it's been awesome. I found that I didn't fit into a box, so I had a whole journey of figuring out this androgynous life." - Xan, Professional Dancer
"I don't want people to be scared to be themselves. In our society, it's hard to wear what you want, to act how you want. So I just want to put the message out there to be your true self." - Julius
"It's more than just two sides. There could be a third gender. People don't have to be defined, and when you're put in a box it doesn't allow you to be who you really need to be." - Aus, Musician