When ‘Lesbian Bodybuilder’ Jessi Belle gets the hit she’s dreamed of from her own sexual encounter

A lesbian bodybuilder who took on the nickname “Lesbian Beast” when she became the first transgender athlete in the NFL has been voted the “Sexiest Trans Woman of All Time” by the NFL Players Association.

The award was presented at the league’s annual convention in Houston on Monday, and was named after former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who famously kneeled during the national anthem to protest police brutality last year.

“Jessi Belle was the sexiest Trans woman of all time, voted by our members,” said NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith.

“It was a pleasure to work with her and to get to know her and celebrate her life and career.”

Belle, a 27-year-old transgender woman from Georgia, has competed for the San Francisco Giants and Atlanta Falcons and had an All-Pro season with the 49ers in 2015, the first time in NFL history that an openly transgender player had won the award.

Belle has been dubbed “The Beast” for her impressive physical and bodybuilder physique.

She was named the Sexiest Transgender Woman of 2015 by the league after appearing on The View and becoming the first openly transgender athlete to win the honor.

Belle also was a member of the All-Star Game and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Indianapolis in 2016.

She made her debut in the league in 2016 as the first female transgender player in the NFC and won the Super Bowl with the Atlanta Falcons.

She also was the first to wear the “Beast” nickname during an NFL game.

A source close to Belle told NFL Network’s Mike & Mike podcast that she felt compelled to use the name after meeting her coach and teammates on the field.

She told them she was the “queen of the night” after being the first in her class to play football and that she “was just a normal person who just wanted to make people laugh,” the source said.

“It’s a lot of fun and I’m just so proud to be in the position I am in,” Belle said.

“I’m so grateful to the NFL for giving me the opportunity to take this name and to be able to wear it on my body.”

The league had a transgender player on its roster from the beginning in 2016, when former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was the only openly transgender member of that year’s draft class.

Belle became the only active player in NFL History to earn the honor twice.

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