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Limited edition numbered posters signed by Chris Mosier (All-American duathlete, Hall of Fame triathlete, & 1st out transman on Team USA) and artist Rae Senarighi.


ALL proceeds from the sale of this poster benefit the Ali Forney Center (AFC), a national organization serving LGBTQ youth struggling with homelessness. AFC assists roughly 1,400 people per year, providing 70,000+ meals, medical and mental health treatment as well as housing assistance. 


Chris Mosier is a trailblazing hall of fame triathlete, All-American Duathlete, and a 5-time member of Team USA. In 2015 he became the first known transgender man to make a men's US National Team, and was the catalyst for change for the International Olympic Committee policy on transgender athletes. In 2016, he was sponsored by Nike and featured in his own Nike commercial which debuted on prime time during the Rio Olympics. Chris was the first trans athlete featured in the ESPN Body Issue and is known as the go-to source for policy and information on transgender people in sport. 


Rae Senarighi is a transgender non-binary artist currently based in Portland, OR. His most recent portrait series, TRANSCEND, celebrates transgender and non-binary individuals throughout the world who are living their lives openly, choosing integrity over safety. The TRANSCEND Series has been featured in the San Francisco Weekly, the Missoulian, the Montana Independent, A Family Co, PM Megazine, Gertrude Press, Edge Media Network, the Philadelphia Metro, Control Forever and DNA India. Netflix and GLAAD recently invited Rae to celebrate authentic, accurate portrayals of trans characters in media through a series of paintings.  He's also partnered with the Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference and Washington Healthcare for All to support healthcare for the transgender community.

Chris Mosier x Rae Senarighi Benefit Poster

SKU: 364215376135001
  • Will be shipped in a tube with love. 

    Shipping after Dec. 25! But if you want it for a special gift, Chris will hand write a note to explain why it's late. :)

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