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YouTube star Trevi Moran came out as a transgender woman



YouTube star Trevi Moran came out as a transgender woman

The YouTube sensation formerly known as Trevor Moran has come out as a transgender woman.

In a video posted on Saturday, entitled “Coming Out. I Am Female, “21 years old explained to 1.44 million customers on YouTube whose name is now Trevi.

“Hi, my name is Trevi Moran. I am a transgender woman, “she began.

“I’ve dealt with this feeling all my life, and I know that I’m a woman deep down. It’s just a feeling, you know,” she said. “I hit a rock on my journey in 2017 when I thought I was not transgender because I think people are pushing me to be transgender. I only had many demons at that time. Many eating disorders, self-confidence problems. It was not the time for me to come out then. But now I am here, and I am transgender. “

Moran, who first gained fame on “The X Factor” in 2012, said he had tried and failed to film the proclamation 14 times, and had even planned “all this” which involved new photos and music – but “it didn’t feel right,” he said.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 13: Trevor Moran attends 2019 Streamys after a party at Mondrian Sky Bar on December 13, 2019 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Randy Shropshire / Getty Images for Dick Clark Productions)
Trevi Moran at the 2019 Streamy Awards in West Hollywood, California.Getty Images

“I feel like glorifying it and trying to use it, and that’s not the situation,” he said. “I’m just tired of waiting. I just want to sit and tell you that I’m a transgender woman.”

The singer said she had been using female hormones for two months and “her brain is everywhere.”

“I’m experiencing a lot of things right now,” he said. “All just because I want to be me and express myself.”

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Moran has carefully documented the process, which he will reveal in an upcoming document “Trevi: Transition.”

At the end of 2017, Moran, who just came out as homosexual, too the fan said that he suffers from “the king’s mental disorder -” following private and public speculation about his sex.

“When I started experimenting with things that were fair, you know, like, makeup and clothes and other things, I realized that I really liked it,” he said in a YouTube video. “What if that’s what happened to me? Maybe the reason why I feel dissatisfied is because I’m not in the right body. So I sat on it for several months, I cried a lot, and I came to the conclusion that I was transgender.”

He claimed to buy new clothes and a scheduling appointment to start hormone replacement therapy in preparation for the transition, but finally decided he was not ready at the time.

A 13-year-old Moran performed a naughty solo performance from LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know It” for “X-Factor” judges, Britney Spears, Demi Lovato, Simon Cowell and LA Reid in 2012. He also regularly appears as a friend Tana MongeauIt shows “MTV No Filter,” and on the red carpet in a non-binary appearance.

Moran ended his announcement with a message of encouragement to fans who might also be struggling with their identities.

“If you ever get lost, don’t go,” he said. “Enter. Enter and find yourself, because getting out and distracting you defeats the purpose.”

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Domestic consumption rises and supports Portugal’s GDP growth



Domestic consumption rises and supports Portugal's GDP growth

Despite inflation, private household consumption increased between July and September this year. This increase allowed the Portuguese economy to continue growing in the third quarter. The growth was 4.9% compared to the same period last year.

The past few months have confirmed a trend towards sharp inflation and rising costs such as mortgage payments for those with mortgages. Difficulties that are currently forcing families to consume less than a year ago. But, compared to the second quarter of 2022, from July to September this year, private consumption increased by 1.1%. Domestic demand supported the slight growth of the Portuguese economy recorded in the third quarter.

Even with the fall in exports and investment, GDP grew by 0.4% compared to the previous quarter and by 4.9% compared to the same period last year. The numbers that need to be produced to ensure that 2022 ends with a booming economy, even during a downturn and international uncertainty.

This instability still does not affect the unemployment rate, which remained at 6.1% in October. Compared to September, the number of unemployed has decreased by 2,000. The active population has also declined and there are still 285,000 people who are not considered unemployed but are out of the labor market or only work a few hours a week.

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5-star hotels lead the way in the restoration of Portuguese tourist sites



5-star hotels lead the way in the restoration of Portuguese tourist sites

In October, the number of overnight stays in 5-star hotels increased by 15.9% compared to the same month in 2019, which, according to additional information, namely from the DMC (Tourist Inception Agency), is associated with a strong increase in tourism from the United States. states.

Information published today by INE indicates that in October, compared to the same month before the pandemic, the number of overnight stays in tourist establishments in Portugal increased by 6.2%, with the strongest increase in hotels, at 8.2%. in which, therefore, 62.1% is concentrated. overnight stays.

The information shows that 4-star hotels, where the largest number of beds are concentrated, had 48.9% of overnight stays in October, totaling 2.05 million, which is +7.6% or more than 144.7 thousand than in October 2019.

This was followed by 3-star hotels with 927.3k, but this increase was about half of 5-star hotels, by 7.6% or 65.5k, to 927.3k, and then 5-star hotels with 857. 4 thousand overnight stays, an increase of 15.9%. or 117.6 thousand compared to the same pre-pandemic month.

In contrast to the evolution in these categories, there were 2- and 1-star hotels, in which the number of overnight stays decreased by 2.7%, or ten thousand, to 360.8 thousand.

The cheapest apart-hotels (three and two stars) also saw a decrease in overnight stays, from -20.9% or less than 24.4 thousand, in hotels and farms in Madeira, from -0.4% or less, to about 300, and in tourist settlements, from -7.7. % or less than 17.5 thousand.

At the same time, the number of apart-hotels increased by 1.2%, or 8.5 thousand, to 717.5 million, due to the increase in 5-star hotels by 6.7%, or 6.6 thousand, to 104.9 thousand, and 4-star, by 5.4 thousand% or 26.4 thousand to 519.9 thousand.

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Overnight stays in tourist apartments also increased by 3.2%, or 13.6 thousand, to 437.8 million, local accommodation, by 0.6%, or 5.5 thousand, to 901.2 thousand, and , primarily tourism in rural areas and housing, with an increase of 45.2% or 67.3 thousand to 216.5 thousand people.

The INE data also shows that Portuguese tourist sites were the best in October in terms of overnight stays this year, with peaks achieved by 5-, 4- and 3-star hotels, 5- and 4-star apartment hotels, accommodation . and rural tourism and housing development.

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The Portuguese hospitality industry experienced the best October in terms of number of guests and overnight stays.

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Government approves strategy to combat “Portuguese underrepresentation” in Brussels



Government approves strategy to combat "Portuguese underrepresentation" in Brussels

This afternoon the Council of Ministers will approve a national strategy to combat what it considers “underrepresentation de Portugal” in European institutions, in particular the European Commission.

“There is a significant shortage of Portuguese, especially those working for the Commission,” explains the Secretary of State for European Affairs in statements to Renaissance🇧🇷 The problem, according to Thiago Antunes, is not limited to middle management: “This is the first time Portugal does not have a CEO in the European Commission”.

The government wants to “correct this imbalance and fight this deficit in order to win.”ability to influence in decisions.” But it is not possible to increase the number of vacancies for the Portuguese, if only because there are no national quotas for employees working in institutions.

To go to Brussels or even work in Portugal on a full-time basis, you need to pass a series of tests prepared by EPSO (European Personnel Selection Office). 🇧🇷These are very difficult competitions.with very concrete evidence,” the official explains.

The strategy will be based on several pillars: training, increasing grants and encouraging the mobility of civil servants. The Portuguese government is going to create a national training center to “better prepare our candidates for competitions”; to bet on “dissemination of opportunities; increase the balls (by quantity and value); and create a statute that allows those who work in the public administration of Portugal to move into the European public administration.

The aim is to achieve “greater representation” in the European Commission in order to have “greater influence” on the decision. Although the strategy is to strengthen the Portuguese presence in Brussels and the employees do not work for doesn’t matter that they are portuguese“, he defends.

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Fruits may not appear early or may not even be measurable. “It will take some time until we see results,” admits the former secretary of state to the prime minister. But the wait does not stop the Portuguese government. “We have to start right now,” Thiago Antunes insists, pointing to the demographic problem among those working in Brussels. “There are a lot of Portuguese who came in at the time of our accession and are now retiring.”

The strategy aims to reverse the cycle of loss of Portuguese representation among the 27. The diploma will be approved this Wednesday in the Council of Ministers.

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