Shock Video Contrasts Royal Academy of Dance’s First Trans Dancer with Ballerina

Side-by-side video comparing trans ballet dancer to graceful ballerina goes viral.

A video going viral on social media shows a shocking contrast between a biologically male transgender dancer who was accepted to the Royal Academy of Ballet and his female counterpart.

The video features former race car driver Sophie Rebecca, AKA James, a 6’3″ transgender “woman” performing a routine, as video of a female dancer performing the same dance is played alongside it.

Commenters on Twitter remarked the transgender dancer’s clumsy performance was hard to watch and lacked grace, especially when stacked up against the ballerina.

One former ballet dancer called the male dancer’s performance a “joke.”

Reduxx Magazine founder Anna Slatz noted the camera continually shakes during the transgender’s performance.

Some Twitter users also questioned whether Rebecca, who began dancing at age 33, may have taken the position of a more well-qualified female ballet dancer.

Others were simply amused by the absurdity of the situation.

The Royal Academy of Dance accepted Rebecca in 2017 after changing their rule in 2013 stating only biological women could take female dance courses.

“I’m not transgender because I dance and I don’t dance because I’m transgender. I dance because I’m a dancer. It just happens to be that I’m transgender. It’s a passion, it’s the way it makes me feel and it’s perfect. It’s me,” Rebecca said in an interview with BBC at the time.

Considering the previous video is from 2017, it’s worth re-visiting Rebecca to check if his performance has improved. Here’s an update from 2020:

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