|Birth Day:||April 24, 1986|
|Birth Place:||Chicago, United States|
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She graduated from Columbia College Chicago with her degree in Arts, Entertainment, and Media Management. She came out as transgender to her co-workers in 2013. She then released a book on her coming out story in 2014 and started writing for several publications.
Molloy grew up in Manhattan, Illinois. After graduating from Lincoln-Way Central High School in New Lenox in 2004, she attended Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois for three years before transferring to Columbia College Chicago where she graduated in 2009 in Arts, Entertainment, and Media Management. During college, Molloy was an editorial intern at Pitchfork Media.
Molloy launched parkthatcar.net in July 2012 as a way to document her ongoing transition. As time went on, the blog focused less on Molloy's personal transition, and more on transgender politics and current events.
Molloy briefly worked for Chicago musician Andrew Bird before taking a job at a Chicago-based ad agency. In 2013, she came out to management and her co-workers as transgender.
Molloy was nominated for a 2014 National Women's Political Caucus Exceptional Merit in Media Award for an essay she wrote in October 2013, titled, "I am a Transgender Woman, and This is What It's Like."
In 2014, Thought Catalog released Molloy's ebook entitled My Transgender Coming Out Story.
Molloy was included in the second annual Trans 100 list, recognizing the work of 100 transgender advocates in the United States, announced at the launch event, March 30, 2014 in Chicago. On June 26, 2014, Molloy was named to Windy City Times' annual "30 Under 30" list, honoring "the best in LGBTQIA activism, business, culture, non-profit work and more," and honored at a reception at Chicago's Center on Halsted.
On November 5, 2014, Molloy was named as a finalist for the Los Angeles Press Club's National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Awards for her work discussing drag culture's use of language seen by her and former contestants on RuPaul's Drag Race to be transphobic.
On March 2, 2014, Molloy was interviewed by Chicagoist concerning Piers Morgan's interview with Janet Mock and the death of Anne Vanderbilt, allegedly resulting from an article posted on Grantland.
On March 18, 2014, Molloy wrote an article titled "RuPaul Stokes Anger with Use of Transphobic Slur" at The Advocate. The article and others discussing the use of the word tranny sparked a conversation about its use by RuPaul and others. Molloy was criticized by prominent transgender activists Calpernia Addams, Justin Vivian Bond, Andrea James, Our Lady J, as well as drag artists RuPaul and Alaska, a former contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race, who made a parody video depicting Molloy being shot in the head.
In August 2014 Molloy faced a backlash from members of the trans community after telling another transgender person to drink bleach, cut herself, and die in a fire.
Parker was born and raised in Manhattan, Illinois and married production designer Kayla Pekkala.
Currently, Parker Molloy is 34 years, 10 months and 8 days old. Parker Molloy will celebrate 35th birthday on a Saturday 24th of April 2021. Below we countdown to Parker Molloy upcoming birthday.