Rhyannon Styles

Trans Columnist

Rhyannon Styles is ELLE's transgender columnist. Her column 'The New Girl' documents and reflects her opinions and experiences of transitioning from male to female, from shopping for her first bra to falling in love. Rhyannon has a penchant for pencil skirts, isn't a natural redhead and dreams of becoming a figure skater.

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The New Girl: Rhyannon Styles's Final Column
After two years, the final message from ELLE's transgender columnist is as strong as ever and will continue to help defy stereotypes around...
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The New Girl: Rhyannon Styles On Motherhood
All my friends are talking about babies, and so am I
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The New Girl: Rhyannon Styles On Overcoming Online Abuse
ELLE's Transgender Editor on how to deal with trolls and why her life will never be completely free of insults
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Rhyannon Styles On Why Pride Still Matters
As the parade hits London this weekend, ELLE's Transgender Columnist talks about her Pride initiation and why it's still relevant
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The New Girl: Rhyannon Styles On Finding Her Style As A Trans Woman
ELLE's transgender columnist on how clothes have played a huge part in shaping, communicating and realising her identity
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The New Girl: Rhyannon Styles On Being Accepted By Other Women
ELLE's Transgender Columnist on being accepted in female-only spaces, starting with the women's toilets
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Rhyannon Styles On Sex Reassignment Surgery: An Emotional And Physical Journey
ELLE's transgender columnist on whether an operation would complete her transition and make her feel more womanly
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Trans Author Rhyannon Styles On White Male Privilege
She's a transgender woman but has never experienced white male privilege. Does that make her less of a 'real' woman? And what is a 'real'...
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