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Actress Alan Page Starrer of Netflix superhero series ‘Umbrella Academy’, has revealed that she is an eunuch

Alan Page is a Canadian actress. Who was born on February 21, 1987. She started his showbiz career in Canada with TV dramas including “Put Pony, Trailer, Park Boys” etc. Later he acted in many films.
Alan Page, who received an Oscar nomination for the Hollywood film ‘Juno’ and starred in the Netflix superhero series ‘Umbrella Academy’, has revealed that she is an eunuch.
 He made the revelation in a heartwarming post in his Instagram post on Tuesday. Through the post, he also informed that he has changed the first part of his name to Allen Page and renamed it as ‘Elite Page’.
 She wrote in an Instagram post that she could not express in words the feelings she has as an eunuch.
 “It’s a remarkable feeling for me to say I’m an eunuch,” she said. Page, 33, was nominated for an Academy Award for her role as a teenage pregnant woman in the 2007 film Juno.
 In 2010, Page became famous for his stellar performance in the science fiction thriller Inception.
 She is currently working on Netflix’s superhero series ‘Umbrella Academy’. In his Instagram post, Page wrote that he should use the term ‘man’ instead of ‘woman’.
 While Page expressed happiness at being an eunuch, he also said that he was afraid of what might happen to him in the future and to what extent his privilege would be violated after this revelation.
 “I’m afraid people will make fun of me, I will be looked down upon, people will make fun of me and I may have to endure violence,” he said.
 He also pledged in his post that he would work for the welfare of all eunuchs who are harassed in one way or another every day, who are at risk of self-loathing, abuse and violence.
 “I often see eunuchs who face violence, I love them and I will do my best to make this world a better place for them,” he added.
 The page is also receiving constant messages of support on social media. Actress Lena Dunham writes that you are very sweet and admirable. On the other hand, a tweet from Netflix said, “We are proud of our superhero. We love you so much and look forward to your return in Season Three.”

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