RELATED: Zackery Torres Announces They’re Transitioning “There are so many other women around me who’ve inspired me to come forward today, and it’s because of their fight and their struggle that I’m able to really do this and say that I’m nervous, but I’m not scared,” Estranja said. “I’m not going to live my life in fear anymore.” Estranja, 32, formerly identified as gender non-binary and came out in 2017.
She shared that she prefers feminine pronouns. The choreographer came out to her inner circle in 2020. She came out to her “incredibly