Entertainment Elliot Page receives celebrity support after transgender reveal

06:50  02 december  2020
06:50  02 december  2020 Source:   covermg.com

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Elliot Page came out as transgender and revealed their preferred pronouns are he/they in a statement that also details the discrimination that trans individuals Since Elliot revealed this to the world, a ton of celebrities have publicly left comments and messages of support . We’ve compiled just a few of

Celebrities threw their support to Elliot Page , formerly known as Ellen Page , after he came out as transgender on Tuesday. Music duo Tegan and Sara re-shared the “Juno” star’s announcement on Twitter and added, “Profound love and admiration for you @TheElliotPage !!

Patricia Arquette, Miley Cyrus, and James Gunn are among the stars who have shared their support for actor Elliot Page after he came out as transgender.

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The Juno star, formerly known as Ellen Page, took to social media on Tuesday to make the announcement, in which the 33-year-old expressed a desire to be referred to by his new identity, and with the pronouns "he" and "they".

Following the news, Page was inundated with warm wishes from friends and fans alike, with Arquette, who lost her transgender sister, Alexis, in 2016, writing, "Sending you love and support!"

LGBTQ+ rights activist Miley also sent a brief note to Page online, commenting on the Instagram post: "Elliot rules!", while pal Anna Paquin wrote, "Sending you ALL the love and support Elliot!"

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Elliot Page , formerly known as Ellen Page , received support from Miley Cyrus, Alyssa Milano, Olivia Munn and more after coming out as To all trans people who deal with harassment, self-loathing, abuse and the threat of violence every day: I see you, I love you and I will do everything I can to

Actress Ellen Page , who stars in the Netflix series ‘The Umbrella Academy’ and won an Oscar nomination for her role in the 2007 movie ‘Juno,’ has "I've been endlessly inspired by so many in the trans community. Thank you for your courage, your generosity and ceaselessly working to make this

Page's Super director Gunn took to Twitter to respond to the actor's news: "Elliot, I love you, am proud of you, and admire you," he remarked. "Please keep being a beacon of courage, compassion, and strength for all of us."

And sibling pop duo Tegan and Sara retweeted Page's announcement and commented: "Profound love and admiration for you @TheElliotPage !! Your strength, bravery and activism - not to mention all the art you contribute to this earth - is truly special. Thank you for being so open about your journey and for fighting so hard to make the world a better place."

Page was also given a huge morale boost from his wife, Emma Portner, who simply posted, "love you so much elliot."

Page and dancer/choreographer Portner wed in 2018.

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