- Elliot Page has shared a photo of a milestone moment since revealing details of his transformation surgery
- Elliot posted a photo of himself, shirtless, by the pool, beaming with happiness
- Fellow celebs praised Elliot for his courage and commented on the pure joy in his face
Canadian transgender actor Elliot Page has taken to social media with his first shirtless picture after having another transformational surgical procedure.
Taking to social media with a snap of himself in swimming shorts, Elliot expressed just how happy he is with the transformation. Being transgender is something Elliot is proud of.
“Trans bb’s first swim trunks #transjoy #transisbeautiful”
Fellow A-list celebrities, including our very own Charlize Theron, took to the comment section of the post to let Elliot know just how awesome it is to see him beaming with happiness.
@Charlizeafrica: “You are happiness personified.”
@Emmyraver: “OMG! Yes! and LOOK AT THAT SMILE!!! ”
@Bbritneoldfordd: “Man, you are beaming!!”
@Jordanclairerobbins: “Looking so good!!!”
YEN.com.gh previously reported that actor Elliot Page did an exclusive interview with the media mogul Oprah Winfrey during which he disclosed so much about coming out as transgender.
The 34-year-old Hollywood star explained that he felt it was crucial and important for him to highlight why decided to tell the world about his sexuality despite the reprisal transgender people have been facing lately.
“I was expressing this to people in my life much before posting that letter and telling people for the first time and knowing I wanted a moment to become comfortable in myself and to be able to get to that point,” he said.
It was also reported that Elliot Page made history by becoming the first openly transgender man to grace the cover of Time magazine.
The Umbrella Academy actor took to Instagram on Tuesday, 16 March and shared the cover of the latest issue of Time magazine. He captioned his post:
"With deep respect for those who came before me, gratitude for those who have supported me and great concern for the generation of trans youth we must all protect, please join me and decry anti-trans legislation, hate and discrimination in all its forms."
Source: Yen Ghana