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Elliot Page drops a shirtless photo to celebrate “fleeting joy”: I never thought I could experience this


Elliot Page, the star of The Umbrella Academy who came out as transgender in 2020, made a post honoring her “fleeting fun.” He detailed how receiving gender confirmation care has improved his life while posting a shirtless photo of himself on social media.

Elliot’s Instagram page was posted talking about dysphoria.

In his commentary, he noted that identity disorder was particularly prevalent in the summer. No seams, just a shirt, no seams, and oh he’s sweating so hard, staring down and playing with my loose T. The actor said, “I never believed I could experience this – the high I feel in my body – I feel so ****** great for showering In the sun right now. I really appreciate the opportunities gender confirmation sponsorship has given me, and I hope to share more on my method soon. Elliott hasht #transjoy to the post.

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Elliott has spoken about his sexual identity.

In a lengthy article in 2020, Elliott Page, formerly known as Elaine Page, discussed his gender identification. The open letter quoted me as saying, “I like being trans.” And I take pride in being an eccentric. “I feel so grateful to the amazing people who have supported me throughout this journey,” said the Umbrella Academy representative after thanking his fans. I can’t even begin to describe how amazing it is to finally accept myself and be who I really am.

In 2021, Elliott Page, who appeared on the cover of Time magazine, admitted that he had always “felt like a boy.” When he was nine years old, he repeatedly asked his mother if he “could be a boy.” After its 2020 release, Elliot Page began using the pronouns he/him and they/them.

About Elliot Page and his career

Elliot Page, known for his roles in the Netflix series The Umbrella Academy and the 2007 Academy Award-nominated film Juno, credits the transgender community with his inspiration. After coming out as a transgender person in 2020, he has received a lot of support from celebrities in Hollywood and the LGBTQ community. Among his other films were The Last Stand and Tallulah.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.