By: Angela Bailey
Nicole's' Dad, Nicole, Nicole's brother, And Nicole's' mother all shown in this picture from left to right accompanied by their lawyer.
Maine, United states
Nicole was born in Maine which is ironically also her last name
Her goal was for transgender children to be treated equaly
After being denied the accessiabilty to use the girls restroom nicole took a stand.
Nicole took her case to the supreme court and demanded for her rights, after wining the case she called her father with one thing to say, "We did it." She now helps other transgender children to make them feel like they have a purpose in this world and that they matter.
One of Glamor magzines 50 most inspireing women of the year
Nicole was chosen to represent the state of maine in the Glamor magazine
She fought her way to the top and got recognized for it when she was put into the magazine for standing up for the rights of transgender children to use the bathroom of the gender they identify with. She fought five years so that all transgender children would have as much as a right as anyone else to use the restroom of their choice.
Her parents released this statement after wining the long battle;
"Nicole is honored to be recognized as one of the nation’s 50 Phenomenal Women in Glamour magazine. Representing the State of Maine in this way is a memory she will always treasure, and keeps her moving forward in her quest for equality," the Maines' statement reads. "She hopes that this recognition will convince other young women in Maine and across the nation to advocate for change. As her parents we are very proud of her strength, commitment and courage."