Androgynous Model Madison Paige On What It's Like to Be A Gender Fluid Role Model for Over 300K People

There’s no question that Madison Paige is absolutely stunning. One glance at Madison’s Instagram account proves why over 301k people around the world are so obsessed with her

And now Madison is speaking out about what it’s like to be the gender-neutral role model for so many. She told Nylon,

“It means so much to me—especially because every day, I feel myself getting more and more comfortable.”

And for those of you who don’t quite understand the concept of gender fluidity, let Madison explain it to you:

“A lot of people think that being gender fluid means that you’re trying to label yourself as gender-fluid, trying to label yourself as another category, but the whole point is to try and rid yourself of labels.”

Madison Paige / Instagram

But even though Madison is confident in her gender identity, doesn’t mean she doesn’t face her daily dose of challenges. She told Galore,

“I do wish that we lived in a society where you can look at a dress and not think “female.” So many people put stuff into one big category. If it was up to me, I’d honestly change all of the vocabulary. Everybody would be called “it,” and that can be the fucking end of that [laughing]. Ultimately, the most important part about the clothing being “genderless,” is that I just want to make people feel like everyone can wear it.”

And now with so many fans supporting Madison, the Instagram model can finally take things into her own hands. She’s currently collaborating with Photo/Genetics + CO to create an androgynous fashion line consisting of tees, oversized shirts, hats, and necklaces. So cool!

As for Madison’s advice to others who struggle with their identity? Madison said.

“You don’t have to know what you are or be the same thing every day. If you wake up feeling like you completely contradicted everything you were yesterday, it doesn’t mean you’re a bad person—it just makes you human. Just go with it.”

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Lena Finkel
Lena Finkel is the Editor and Founder of Femestella. Prior to starting Femestella, she worked at People, InStyle, Tiger Beat, and Sesame Workshop (aka Sesame Street). She loves all things Real Housewives and The Challenge. When she's not busy binge-watching TV, you can find her taking an absurd amount of photos of her tuxedo cat Tom.