Attitude's Editor-at-Large Paris Lees has been named Ultimate Trailblazer at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards 2014.
The firebrand journalist and LGBT campaigner won the award for her work promoting a better understanding of transgender people in the media, and for being one of the few prominent trans people in the industry.
Over the past 18 months, Paris has worked with the likes of The Sun, the BBC, Channel 4, The Daily Mail and Hollyoaks
discuss how transgender people are portrayed, as well as becoming the first ever trans person to appear on Question Time
and judge the Stonewall Awards - read more here
The 26-year-old recently came second in the Independent on Sunday's Rainbow List 2014, which lists the 100 most influential gay people in the UK and included the likes of Sam Smith and Sue Perkins - click here to find out more
The Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards are held annually to celebrate women in the entertainment industry as well as extraordinary women form all walks of life. Other winners at this year's event - hosted by Fearne Cotton - included Mel B, Dame Vivienne Westwood, Lena Dunham and Taylor Swift.
Check out all the night's celebrity winners below:
Editor's Choice -
Fabulous Friends -
TV Personality -
Sports Star -
Ultimate Style Icon -
UK Music Artist -
Dame Vivienne Westwood
Men of the Year -
International Man of the Year -
Samuel L Jackson
Breakthrough Actress -
International Music Star -
Funny Woman -
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