The 34-year-old, whose titles include the film “Inception” and two installments of the “X-Men” franchise, will appear on the front of the next issue of the magazine under the title “I’m fully who I am”.
“What I was anticipating was a lot of support and love and a lot of hatred and transphobia,” Page says. “That’s essentially what happened.”
The actor, who earned an Oscar nomination for his role in the 2008 “Juno,” also spoke of his childhood, saying he “felt like a boy” from a young age. He recalled the “feeling of triumph” he was allowed to cut his hair short at 9 years old.
Page, who first came out gay in 2014, also spoke of undergoing superior surgery, a move he described as “completely transforming my life.” He continues to discuss the struggle for trans equality, as well as the “crushing standards” of the entertainment industry and the “widespread stereotypes about masculinity and femininity.”
“Extremely influential people spread these myths and harm rhetoric; every day you see our existence debated,” he said in the interview. “Transgender people are very real.”
Page represented in Toronto in 2019, more than a year before publicly revealing its gender identity. Credit: Rich Polk / Getty Images
“I’ve been wanting this and working for it for so many years,” Neill wrote in the title. “I’m very proud of Elliot and I’m very grateful to the old trans people who risked everything to make that moment happen.”
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