Breaking all the rules, Amazin Lehti doesn't her gender, sexuality, color of her skin, culture, the fact that she is adopted, or that she's been homeless get in the way of living her life uncloseted. It's her tenacity to do the right thing, and bring equality to the forefront that launched her to have impact in the world. This is her Life (UN)Closeted story.
About AmazinAmazin LeThi is a global Vietnamese LGBTQ sports and human rights advocate and thought leader. She is also a former competitive bodybuilder, entertainment executive and the first Vietnamese internationally published fitness author. Amazin has captured audiences with her story from the United Nations to Google and governments from all around the world.
As a thought leader and through conversations, panel discussions and Q&As, Amazin shares her personal journey of homelessness to becoming one of the most visible and influential LGBTQ activists in the world. Her story was included in the
https://itgetsbetter.org/blog/story/bodybuilder-amazin-lethi-is-working-to-make-sports-more-inclusive-for-lgbtq-athletes/ (It Gets Better) campaign and the first White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Asian anti-bullying campaign https://acttochange.org/tag/amazin-lethi-foundation/ (Act to Change).
https://www.glaad.org/tags/amazin-lethi (GLAAD) and https://www.nqapia.org/wpp/amazin-lethi/ (NQAPIA) have recognized Amazin for her contribution in accelerating LGBTQ sports equality and she has been listed in many mainstream articles for her contribution, these include, Australian Pride Power List, Out 100 List, Human Rights Campaign - Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month Honours list, 2020 Go Magazine http://gomag.com/article/wwl-2020/56/ (100 Women We Love List) and https://www.wemakechange.org/socialenterprises (2020 Global Changemakers), first Asian LGBTQ Athlete to be honoured at the https://www.nba.com/nets/news/2020/03/02/brooklyn-nets-host-fourth-annual-pride-night-wednesday-march-4-barclays-center (Brooklyn Nets 4th Annual Pride Night) at the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn with the 'Game Ball Delivery’. In October 2020, Amazin was named the first Asian and LGBTQ official judge for their first ever https://www.fiaformulae.com/en/news/2020/october/amazin-lethi-talent-call-judge (ABB FIA Formula E) Open Call Talent Presenter Search. In 2021, Amazin was only one of 10 listed in the https://attitude.co.uk/article/attitude-101-meet-the-lgbtq-trailblazers-changing-the-world-today/24251/ (#Attitude101) 100 LGBTQ Trailblazers under sports and part of https://samesamebutblack.co.nz/ (ICON 2021) in New Zealand.
Amazin is invited to launch, campaign and run global advocacy projects with governments and human rights campaign groups. In 2019 Amazin’s work included the launch of both projects in collaboration with the LGBTQ Institute at the National Centre for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta.
The first Asian Pride in the USA in Washington DC presented by the Capital Pride Alliance and the Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs.
The first Asian LGBTQ Southern Voices event in Georgia and UN LGBTQ Business Standards for the entire southern region of the USA with the UN.
During Pride Month 2020, Amazin partnered with (The Advocate) to host the first https://www.advocate.com/search/site/Amazin%20LeThi (Pride Month Asian LGBTQ voices) Instagram live series; her guests included out Asian Hollywood actors: B.D Wong, Leo Sheng, Leonardo Nam, Rain Valdez and Jake Choi. Amazin was also part of the first https://www.globalpride2020.org/ (24-hour Global Pride 2020).
Amazin is a https://www.stonewall.org.uk/people/amazin-lethi (Stonewall UK) and https://www.athleteally.org/allies/amazin-lethi/ (Athlete Ally) sports champion ambassador, a global ambassador for Vietnam Relief Services and health and fitness writer for https://www.livestrong.com/user/amazin_lethi_cpt/ (Livestrong). In 2022, Amazin will made LGBTQ history by becoming...