Precious Davis Featured On "Say Yes To The Dress"

Will You Be Watching??? Chicago Woman To Become First Transgender Bride On TLC’s ‘Say Yes To The Dress’

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Precious Davis Featured On “Say Yes To The Dress”

A transgender activist and her fiance who who identifies as transmasculine, will break ground Friday on a reality show.

Precious Davis and Myles Brady will be featured on TLC’s “Say Yes To The Dress” and Precious will be the first trans bride on the program.
DNA Info reports:

Activist Precious Davis will make history this week when she becomes the first transgender bride-to-be on “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta.”

Davis, an activist for trans people, and her fiancé, Myles Brady, both of Hyde Park, will talk about their love story while Davis seeks the perfect gown for their summer wedding during the episode. It will premiere Friday.

The staff of “Say Yes to the Dress” approached the couple and filmed the episode in the summer. Davis and Brady are well-known activists — they’ve even appeared in campaigns for Miley Cyrus’ Happy Hippie Foundation — but they had long been mum about the details of their romance. They decided “Say Yes to the Dress” was “authentic” and would be perfect for highlighting their love, talking about their lives as a trans couple and increasing visibility for trans men and women, Davis said.

“I think that ‘Say Yes to the Dress,’ [there are] always these beautiful, inspiring stories,” Davis said. “We believe that our love story is revolutionary to trans people.

“We encourage people to believe again in love and that their love doesn’t come in one package. ‘Say Yes to the Dress’ was a really great example for us to use our activism in that way.”

Precious recently rubbed elbows with President Obama for her activism.

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