Scantily clad trans woman sexes up Toyota car ad

Toyota's latest advert in Japan features 19-year-old trans model from Ukraine

Scantily clad trans woman sexes up Toyota car ad
22 August 2012

Adverts featuring a scantily-clad girl posing seductively next to a sleek, sexy car are nothing new. But Toyota’s latest commercial in Japan has a surprise in store for viewers.

The 30-second clip shows a blonde, slender girl wearing only a pair of red knickers striding confidently towards a red Auris hatchback.

She then turns to reveal that she is actually a transgender woman.

The model is Stav Strashko, a 19-year-old transgender woman from the Ukraine.


Read more here: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/gaysouthflorida/2012/08/video-toyota-auris-hatchback-commercial-features-transgender-model-stav-strashko.html#storylink=cpy

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