In his new memoir, Elliot Page recalls being verbally attacked by an A-list actor at a party two months after he came out as gay.
The site announced that they identified as lesbian in 2014 before coming out as transgender in 2020.
In a chapter of his new memoir, page boy, titled “Famous A–hole at Party,” Page said an actor who was an “acquaintance” told him, “I’m not gay. That doesn’t exist. You are only afraid of men.
He said the acquaintance continued, “I’m going to fuck you to make you realize I’m not gay.”
The days that followed, Juno the star said he saw the man at the gym. He told him: “I have no problem with gay people, I swear.”
“I think you can,” Page replied.
“I included that story in the book because it wanted to highlight the reality, the wretchedness we face, and what constantly comes our way, especially in predominantly homosexual environments. homosexuality and heterosexuality,” Page wrote.
However, Page did not name the actor in the story, noting that “he will hear about this and know it’s him”.
In a recent interview with EverybodyPage opens up about how “grateful” he is to his life after his gender reassignment surgery.
“Obviously there were very difficult moments. “I really feel like I barely got there in a lot of ways,” he said. “But today, I am just me and grateful to be here, alive and taking it one step at a time.”
The page came out as transgender in December 2020, with an Instagram statement that read: “Hi guys. I would like to share with you that I am transgender, my personal pronoun is he/last name and my name is Elliot.”
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