Elliot’s Page say come out as transgender makes him a better person in “many ways”.
35 years old birth stars discussing the new season of Netflix Umbrella Academy – Page’s character appears on the show as transgender too – on Late Night with Seth Meyers when he was asked about the repercussions of his transition and dealing with “negative reactions” from people he didn’t know.
“What I want to focus on right now and that’s really overwhelming is the level of excitement I feel, the level of presence I feel,” said Page in lieu of giving airtime for negativity. Watch above.
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Page says an “obsession” exists over “how we should live our lives” and that everyone struggles with “expectations, kinds, limitations and constraints” in their lives.
“For me, it would be very special for all of us to be able to connect and talk about how similar we are in all of our journeys,” the actor continued.
Since leaving, Page says, “everything” has gotten a lot easier for him.
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“It’s a beautiful thing to experience now. Because a lot of the time in my life I’ve just been trying to move forward, so to embrace the experience as much as I have now,” she told Meyers.
“I think it made me better in many aspects. As a person, as a friend, a relationship.”
In April 2021, Page told Vanity Exhibition he “really” know he’s a boy when he was little.
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“I was writing a fake love letter and signed it ‘Jason.’ Every little aspect of my life, that’s who I am, who I am and who I know I am,” she told the publication.
“I just didn’t understand when I was told, ‘No, you don’t. No, you can’t be like that when you’re older.'”
In her interview with Meyers, Page opened up about how, by the time she came out transgender, it wasn’t all that surprising to those close to her because they had been watching her for some time – and they were just supportive. of his decision.
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However, in 2021, Page also said that leaving had an element of sadness in it – though it also made him feel like he was.
“Now I’m finally getting myself back to feeling like who I am and it’s so beautiful and amazing, and there’s sadness in it,” she said. Vanity Exhibition.
Since coming out, Page has been open about his journey and what helped him all this time.
He had also used his position to calling for justice for the LGBT+ community.
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