Nearly four months after coming out as transgender, actor Elliot Page described his transition as a liberating process.
Canada – About four months after coming out as transgender, the actor narrates Elliott Page (34) Its transition as a “liberation process”.
“A part of me wonders why it was so difficult. Why did society make it so difficult to reach this point in my life?” Page asks in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, which was created for the streaming service Apple TV +.
An excerpt of the talk was published on Thursday (local time).
In the video, Winfrey asks the Canadian actor how he has been feeling about his body since coming out.
“It’s an interesting oddity,” Page explains. On the one hand, he discovered his body as something amazing, amazing. “But on the other hand, I also think: Okay, there I am.”
In the interview, the 34-year-old also talks about her experience of appearing in public on social media and the medical aspects of her infection.
Page rose to fame in 2007 with the film “Juno” and most recently starred in the Netflix series “The Umbrella Academy”.
In March of this year he was the first transgender person to be featured on the cover of “Time” magazine.
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