Ellen page is a ass hole

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Out magazine is an amazing annual publication which celebrates the year's most inspirational people from the LGBT community. It has been running for 20 years, and in order to celebrate such a milestone, they've featured four of showbiz's most pivotal gay figures in a series of captivating covers. Among the four are Sam Smith, Ellen Page - who came out earlier this year in an emotional, inspiring and, above all, honest speech about the importance of being who you are - Orange Is The New Black 's Samira Wiley, and actor Zacahry Quinto. The issue they star in has been named 'On the Shoulders of Giants', and references pivotal moments in LGBT history, as well as featuring discussions with all four celebrities about what it is to be gay in the focus of the media. And they all came out with some pretty remarkable things.

Ellen Page and Sam Smith feature on 'Out' magazine's series of special 20th anniversary covers

Like a Tomboy - With Ellen Page.

By Mike Redmond Celebrity February 8, Unfortunately, no one in Hollywood has publicly called out Pratt on his bullshit until now. But his church is infamously anti lgbtq so maybe address that too? I recognise this one statement alone is upsetting to people on both sides of this discussion, which points to the complexity of the issue for churches all over the world. K thanks! For the record, this stance is harmful, political violence that destroys lives.

Ellen Page Just Dragged Chris Pratt Over His Homophobic Church, Hot Damn!

Ellen Page has written a powerful account detailing her own experiences with sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood — including an accusation that her X-Men: The Last Stand director Brett Ratner made inappropriate and homophobic comments about her sexuality. In a Facebook post published Friday , Page recounted how during a meet-and-greet for the cast and crew before filming The Last Stand, Ratner allegedly pointed to the thenyear-old Page and told another woman standing next to her, "You should f— her to make her realize she's gay. I felt violated when this happened. I looked down at my feet, didn't say a word and watched as no one else did either. This man, who had cast me in the film, started our months of filming at a work event with this horrific, unchallenged plea.
But the ostensible purpose of her visit was barely mentioned; instead, Page used Colbert's questions about climate change and Hollywood's treatment of the LGBTQ community to get real. We've been told that by the world as we know it, that's it. That's it.