Chris Avery Bennet

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Chris Avery Bennet was born on September 7th of 1993. Chris was born male and grew up in Newtown, Connecticut. She is now known as a transgender socialite, active in fighting for LGBTQ rights, hosting luxurious Rooftop parties in NYC and for attending New York Fashion Week displaying her passion for fashion. A quote from Chris on the subject of fashion is " Being fashionable isn't just what you wear and look like, it's a state of mind and a way of behaving."

Chris began her activism online in 2007 on MySpace starting the blog Make A Difference, she interviewed figures that made a positive impact and worked to make a difference in the world. In 2010 after a very public fight with celebrity makeup artist Jeffree Star she disappeared from the Internet until 2013.[1]

In 2013 Chris was spotted all around New York City with trending artists and performers, sitting front row and fashion shows and finally back to writing about the good peogle in the world.

In 2015 Chris changed around the people she spent time with and announced leaving the spotlight to chase a more simple life, it was at her supposed to be final fashion week that she was labeled a socialite and has been growing and changing ever since.

In early 2017 Chris surprised everyone with her gender announcement as trans-female and since has been seen with elite designers, models and many other stars. She also attended the very first Bethel, CT LGBTQ Pride where she gave a powerful speech on community and personal strength and value.[2][3][4]