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Ethnic: Slovak
My sex: Girl
My body type: Slim
What I like to drink: Absinthe
What is my favourite music: Opera

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The giveaway is the fashion. The room is filled with a masked-up mix of gender-bending Hispanic kids in chunky platforms, dyed mullets, and denim miniskirts. Nolan Navarro, the showrunner of the day, towers over me in ten-inch, patent leather, thigh-high boots. Hushed techno is playing on a Bluetooth speaker while the would-be models get their measurements taken. Confident and warm, Navarro, who uses the moniker Fish Fiorucci, founded the f10 internet-speak for f10rucci modeling agency last September. Based in Brownsville, the agency represents primarily Latino and non-white faces in and around the Rio Grande Valley.

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Run by queer folks, for queer folks—though being queer is not a requirement—the agency allocates a good chunk of its roster to nonbinary, gender-nonconforming, and transgender people. Some of them, like Anissa Garza and Isaac Garcia, have even gone on to with international modeling agencies such as Wilhelmina and Major Models.

Once they hear of a job, they scan their roster of fifty faces and decide if anyone would be a good fit. Then, the born-and-bred Brownsvillian brought that expertise back home. Fiorucci is no stranger to the ins and outs—and the shadiness—of the commercial modeling world.

They hope to steer young RGV models clear of exploitation and abuse, which can include low- or no-payment gigs, mistreatment on set, or, especially for the genderqueer models, discrimination in the industry. In the process, they hope to highlight the often-overlooked beauty of the Valley.

Forcing nonbinary models to work in cisgender atmospheres can be very harmful and triggering for many people, including me. Throughout the next four hours, over twenty ambitious young faces show up to the casting call, eager to be part of the fashion community that Fiorucci is cultivating in the RGV.

Marisol poses assuredly in front of the camera wearing a choker and rock-band tank top, armpit hair on full display.

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I wanna be everywhere. Though f10 is still new, Fiorucci has long served as a mentor for undiscovered talent in the Valley. In Brownsville, according to census estimates94 percent of residents are Hispanic and nearly 30 percent live below the poverty line.

The border town is rich with culture, but fraught with residents who struggle to make ends meet. For those who want one, it could even be a ticket out. The city of Brownsville has been supportive, giving Fiorucci multiple proclamations and grants to throw fashion shows.

Katrina Ortega, an f10 model shot in Brownsville in May David Danko, an f10 model shot in Brownsville in November Alejandro23, goes around offering everyone cheese and crackers. But f10 welcomed my authentic self with open arms. Geographically speaking, that comment makes sense, but it also touches on the untapped potential of a place like the RGV. Their words ring true to me, a Latino queer person with strong ties to Brownsville. And with so many people from major cities like New York and L. I envision Fiorucci walking down the street in their stripper heels, shaved head, and face tattoo, and realize that they must garner unwarranted attention sometimes.

My mind kept going back to Trish, the twelve-year-old trans girl who lit up the room when she walked in. Too often, the queer experience is defined by the moments in which your identity gets ripped away from you.

One day, rockets are meant to be launched from the coast. But Fiorucci and their chosen family of forward-thinking young people are already launching the Valley into the future, turning potential energy into kinetic, and turning looks as an added bonus.