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Janet Mock Gemstone Necklace

Janet Mock Gemstone Necklace

  • Multicolored Hand Cut Cubic Zirconia 
  • 14k Gold Fill Chain, Beads & Findings
  • C-Lon Beading Thread


Length ⇢ 16 inches + 3 inch Extender


This design is one of our favorites - perfect for adding gemstones to a layered chain look! It also looks great when worn alone for a more minamilist style. The multicolored gemstones allows it to dress up or dress down just about any outfit!


Find out the history, lore, & healing powers of Cubic Zirconia in the information sections at the bottom of the page.  

We offer a brief version of this information in an elegant card format. You can find these cards in the Crystal Card blog post, where you can download & print it for yourself or add it to a gift! Click on the specific gemstone card & you will see a download icon. You can print the card out yourself, or let us know you are gifting these earrings through the "Add A Note" section at purchase. 

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This necklace is perfect for those who have sensitive skin. The chain, findings, & beads are hypoallergenic & with proper care, will not tarnish, turn, or stain your skin! 

For more information on 14k gold filled metals & how to care for this type of jewelry, check out our information sections below. 



  • Janet Mock is a New York Times best seller who hopes to inspire people to live their truth & tell their stories through her own writing. In 2018 Mock became the first transgender woman of color to write & direct an episode of television. Recently, she signed a 3-year multimillion dollar contract with Netflix, making her the first openly transgender woman of color to sign a deal with a major content company.  


    Mock, the 2nd of 5 children, was born in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1983. She was born as Charles. In her memoir, Janet recalls knowing she was a girl in a boy’s body at a very early age. During her childhood in Hawaii she grew up around transgender friends & teachers. By the end of her freshman year of high school, she began the hormonal transition process. At age 18 she attended the University of Hawaii at Manoa. In the middle of her first year of college, she went to Thailand to have gender reassignment surgery. She chose her new name, Janet, after the infamous Janet Jackson. Mock graduated from college in 2004 with her degree in Fashion Merchandising. 

    After graduation, Mock moved to New York to attend New York University for journalism. She graduated with her masters degree & started working for People Magazine’s website, where she was eventually appointed a Web editor.  


    In 2011 Mock learned about the many transgender children that were committing suicide. She told her story in a magazine article published by Marie Clair as a form of encouragement. Even more, she submitted a video to the “It Gets Better” public service campaign to encourage children that have been bullied in school because of their gender, sexuality, or sexual orientation.  

    After 5 years, Mock left & signed a contract to write a book about her early years. She published her first book in 2014, which quickly became a New York Times bestseller. This was the first biography written from the perspective of a young trans person. 


    After her first book, her resume continued to be impressive & inspirational. She produced the HBO documentary, The Trans List, created the Allure magazine column “Beyond Beauty Binaries,” started an interview podcast series called Never Before with Pineapple Street Media, & served as a correspondent for Entertainment tonight, a contributing editor for Marie Clair, & a host for MSNBC. She started a social media campaign in 2012 called #GirlsLikeUs to empower transgender women. She joined the board of directors at the Arcus Foundation a year later to advocate for LGBT rights. In 2014 the was interviewed by the infamous Oprah Winfrey for Super Soul Sunday & has been interviewed by countless other media outlets. Mock has been honored by the Ms. Foundation, Planned Parenthood, Feminist Press, GLSEN, Shorty Awards, & the Sylvia Rivera Law Project. She has been featured on multiple lists, including Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People List,” Variety magazines “Power of Women” list, Ebony magazine’s “Ebony 100,” Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business,” & Oprah magazine’s “SuperSoul100.” 


    During the Women’s March on Washington in January 2017 Mock spoke to the millions of people who gathered to advocate for women’s rights. That same ear she published her 2nd memoir, Surpassing Certainty: What My Twenties Taught Me. She wrote, directed, & produced episodes of the TV series Pose on FX. Her script for the episode called “Love is the Message,” made her the 1st transgender woman of color to write & direct an episode of television. She signed a deal with Netflix to create content for their website. This deal made her the first openly transgender woman of color to sign a deal with a major content company. She will also serve as an executive producer & director on Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix series, “Hollywood.” 


    Alexander, Kerri Lee. “Janet Mock.” National Women’s History Museum, 2019. August 18, 2022. 

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