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By any other name: Amiyah refers to herself by a number of different monikers on her Instagram account, which include: 'the unicorn with an invisible horn,' model, make-up guru, and a weaveologist, as well as mermaid, transformer and beauty consultant Amiyah also reveals she wants to use every talent she has and says in the profile: 'When I stand before God, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say: "I used everything you gave me."'In an interview with the website she spoke out about the pressure on her when in a relationship as a transgender woman, and how it is difficult to have a 'normal' romance: 'I realized that I’ll never be able to be “normal”. 'Thank you so much to everyone that has watched and supported me over the years on this amazing platform! 'With lots of thoughts and prayer I've decided to step out on faith and not fear.'She has launched an impressive career for herself off the back of the reality show, appearing on Broadway, guest starring in dozens of TV shows, creating her own production company and even starting a fashion line.

Bravo has cast transgender model Amiyah Scott in “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” for its upcoming eighth season, Variety has learned.

Even if a guy has had one experience, most women will totally write him off as undateable.”Primus says many of these women have gone through bisexual phases, decided the lifestyle is not for them and yet still expect a man to step up and marry them.

As a result of the double standard, she says men who have experienced same-sex relationships or consider themselves bisexual are forced to lie or simply give up dating women.

At this point, a source close to the series says the cabler has not made any decisions regarding Scott’s casting, whether she joins as a full-time housewife, “friend of the housewives” or just appears in an even-smaller role, as Monday’s event was the first time the model filmed for the show, and much is still under consideration.

Scott on “RHOA” will join many transgender figures on reality television, following “Big Brother” casting its first-ever trans contestant this summer; ABC Family’s “Becoming Us” from exec producer Ryan Seacrest, which documents a teenage boy’s life after his father transitions; TLC’s summer series “I Am Jazz,” which follows 14-year-old trans teen Jazz Jennings; and E!

Atlanta is the capital of and the most populous city in the U. state of Georgia, with an estimated 2011 population of 432,427.

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Sources reveal Amiyah is friends with Chad Johnson (formerly of Evelyn Lozado), Keyshia Cole, Amber Rose and more. Amiyah began transitioning 10-years-ago when she was 17 and is extremely confident and comfortable in her skin.First off, black men having sex with men–either gay or bisexual–accounts for a tremendous percentage of new HIV/AIDS cases.article that “gay and bisexual men are over 40 times more likely to have HIV than heterosexuals.” He also pointed out disparities in racial and ethnic groups, saying, “We see marked racial disparities, 60% of youth with HIV infections were African American, 20% were Latino and 20% were white. And black gay and bisexual men made up 54% of new HIV infections.”Conversely there is literally NO cases of HIV/AIDS transmission between lesbians.According to the CDC, there are no confirmed cases of HIV transmission resulting from women having sex with women. Lesbians are not spreading a potentially deadly sexually transmitted disease. This matchmaker can talk all she wants about “double standards,” but this one is based on actual SCIENCE.Instead of totally running at the first sign of a same-sex past, Primus suggests women have an open dialogue with a potential partner to determine if he is still in that lifestyle or not before totally writing him off.[SOURCE]Words cannot express how vehemently I disagree with this woman. men is very different and carry a separate set of risks.