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Pantene Chronicles the Quinceañera Dream Of a Transgender Woman in Powerful Short

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Grey New York partners with Isa, a transgender woman in her forties, to give her the Quinceañera she never had

Pantene Chronicles the Quinceañera Dream Of a Transgender Woman in Powerful Short

Marking International Transgender Day of Visibility, Pantene today released a documentary-style short film chronicling the Quinceañera of a transgender woman, Isa, denied one as a teenager. Longtime agency Grey New York created the campaign.

Against great odds, from job discrimination to systemic violence, transgender women have made significant progress in Latin America, holding elective office and as business leaders.

People begin understanding their gender identity as early as three years old. But many transgender people don’t know or share this about their gender until later in life due to safety and issues of cultural acceptance.

“It doesn’t matter when or at what age someone knows who they are, whether at 15 or 44. Whenever they feel comfortable being themselves and sharing that truth is a moment to celebrate,” said Martina Brubacher, director of communications for Pantene for Latin America. “As a brand, we know the power of hair and how it can be a statement for expressing one's true self, so it’s important for us to feature stories like Isa’s, a transgender woman who celebrates her journey.”

The Quinceañera is a dream come true for many Latina girls as they turn fifteen. But this rite of passage to womanhood, celebrated by family and community, has often excluded transgender women from this cultural milestone.

Pantene has partnered with Isa, a transgender woman in her forties, to give her the Quinceañera she never had. The film tells her poignant story and follows her preparations leading up to and including the day with her friends and family.

“For all the times I had to hide my identity and deny my existence - today I say, I am here. I am Isa,” said Isa.

The integrated digitally-led campaign includes online video, social media, influencers, and public relations. The brand once again worked with GLAAD, which accelerates the acceptance and inclusion of LGBTQIA+ people by sharing stories and accessing all forms of media to uplift members of the community.

“The team chose to launch this film on International Day of Trans Visibility – to inspire every young transgender person. Anything is possible; happiness and acceptance is something everyone deserves,” said Javier Bonilla, executive creative director at Grey.

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Credits

Agency: Grey New York

Post production: Gramercy Park Studios

Lauren Kulchinsky : managing director

Ned Martin : executive post producer

Ryan Hobler : audio engineer

Amanda Fuentes : assistant audio engineer

Juan S. Robles : post producer

Andrea Podaski : head of edit assist

Dan Abraham ; editor

Madalynn Nowotarski : assistant editor

Luca Leocadio : colorist

Genres: Documentary, Storytelling

Categories: Beauty & Health, Makeup

Grey New York, Fri, 01 Apr 2022 07:54:27 GMT