At a time when many haters of the LGBTQIA + community have been seen, Elliot Page has thanked fans for their support after coming out as transgender.
In his first post on Instagram since the day he announced that he is a trans man, Elliot Page thanked his followers on the networks for the support they gave him in communicating his change in life.
The ‘The Umbrella Academy’ star posted a new selfie on Instagram Sunday night and urged people to bond around this time, adding that he would be back on our screens in the New Year.
The 33-year-old artist also shared links to Transanta, which gives gifts to young transgender people in need, and Trans Lifeline, a transgender crisis
“From the bottom of my heart, thank you. Your love and support have been the best gift. Stay safe. And be there for each other. If you can, please support @transanta and @translifeline. See you in 2021 ”. Page wrote in the message.
Recall that in early December, Ellen revealed in a heartfelt statement that she had changed her name and said, “I love that I’m queer. I want to share with you that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot ».
Page rose to fame in 2007 as the lead in the film “Juno,” for which he was nominated for an Oscar. However, Elliot came out openly gay in 2014.
According to reports, Netflix is in the process of changing the name of Elliot in the credits of the projects in which it is involved. The streaming service has already updated its credits for ‘My Days Of Mercy’, ‘Tales Of The City’, ‘Whip It’, ‘Hard Candy’, ‘Inception’ and ‘The Umbrella Academy’.