Ellen Page recently has come out as a non binary actor, who's new name shall be Elliott Page. Not Ellen anymore. Personally, I don't see this as a big deal as this was Elliott's choice so as long as they're happy and not doing anything illegal, then good for them. I just wonder what this means for Elliott's role in "The Umbrella Academy." Are they going to change the character to be non binary too like they did with Ellen DeGeneres sitcom back in the day, where they literally made her character gay after she came out in real life as a lesbian. Who knows? However, what are your thoughts on this?
I may be old fashioned but, who really cares? Be who you want. And do we have to create new words? To me, that means I don't fit into standard assumptions of what a 'woman' or a 'man' is. Do any of us? Don't we all feel different?
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