(CNN) Elliot Page has said that transition surgery was "life-saving" and led him to feel comfortable in his body for the first time, during an interview with Oprah Winfrey . The critically acclaimed actor spoke with Winfrey on Apple TV+ for his first interview since announcing that he is transgender. Discussing his surgery, Page said: "I want people to know that not only has it been life changing for me, I do believe it is life-saving and it's the case for so many people." When Winfrey asked what had brought him the "most joy" since transitioning, the actor became emotional and said the little things brought him the greatest happiness. "It's, you know, getting out of the shower and the towel is around your waist, and you're looking at yourself in the mirror and you're just like 'There I am,'" he said. Read More "And I'm not having the moment where I'm panicked...It's being able to touch my chest and feel comfortable in my body … [Read more...] about Elliot Page tells Oprah that transition surgery was ‘life-saving’
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close Video Gutfeld on CIA recruitment video: They replaced CIA with TMI 'Gutfeld!' panel discuss identity politics' influence over society Too bad the Oscars were last week. Cuz the CIA could have gone home with more gold than William Devane. Have you seen their latest recruitment video ? It's a gut-wrenching portrayal of one woman’s triumph over bigotry and injustice in a world filled with pain and confusion. CIA Recruitment Video: I am a woman of color, I am a mom, I am a cisgender millennial who’s been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder," she says, while dramatic string music plays in the background. "I am intersectional, but my existence is not a box-checking exercise. Wait... Didn't she just check every box? By the way, who actually says "I am intersectional." I mean, besides my couch? Here's more. CIA Recruitment Video: I used to struggle w imposter syndrome but at 36 I refuse to internalize misguided patriarchal … [Read more...] about Greg Gutfeld: Aren’t spies supposed to have secret identity, not identify openly as 18 different things?
close Video Fox News Flash top entertainment headlines for May 3 Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. A U.S. District Judge in Manhattan has decided that a man accusing Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey of sexually abusing him when he was 14 cannot proceed with the case anonymousuly. On Monday, Judge Lewis A. Kaplan refused to let the man proceed only as "C.D." in a lawsuit filed in September in New York state court and later moved to federal court. The lawsuit claims that C.D. was abused by the actor when he was underage in the 1980s. The man had reportedly met Spacey in the actor's suburban New York acting class before the alleged abuse, according to the lawsuit which seeks over $40 million in damages. Kaplan said C.D.’s privacy interest does not outweigh the presumption of open judicial proceedings and the prejudice to Spacey's defense that would occur if he … [Read more...] about Judge orders Kevin Spacey accuser to reveal his identity in order to continue with lawsuit
BRIGANTINE, N.J. (CBS) — A Brigantine physical education teacher got the surprise of her life Thursday morning. The community and the Phillies honored her as an All-Star teacher. Mindy Pomatto was greeted by hundreds of her students, first responders and the Phillie Phanatic. READ MORE: EXCLUSIVE: Philadelphia Police Hope Break In 1957 Unsolved Murder Leads To The Boy In The Box's Identity READ MORE: EXCLUSIVE: Woman Details Being Attacked By 'Unhinged' Man While Walking In Rittenhouse Square Mrs. P, as the students call her, was chosen as one of nine Phillies All-Star teachers. MORE NEWS: SALT Performing Arts To Finally Premiere 'Annie' The Musical After COVID-19 Shutdown Productions In 2020 They will be honored at Citizens Bank Park on Monday, before the Phils’ game against the Milwaukee Brewers. … [Read more...] about Brigantine Teacher Mindy Pomatto Gets Surprise Of Life From Phillie Phanatic, Students
Business activities and travel remain highly restricted in many places after a harrowing year. People, businesses and social organizations are eager to get back to normal, so it’s no surprise that vaccine passports , sold as tickets to normality, are making news. COVID-19 vaccine passports would be novel health credentials that people carry and present — in the form of a QR code, perhaps — to access certain social activities. The least restrictive vaccine passports are intended for travel to countries in lieu of tests and quarantines, like the EU’s digital passport . More restrictive vaccine passports serve as tickets to any social activities authorities deem “nonessential,” like Denmark’s Coronapas or Israel’s Green Pass . In the United States no federal vaccine passport exists , but certain states are rolling them out. New York's Excelsior Pass restricts social activities like large sporting events and performances to those on … [Read more...] about Restricting the unvaccinated sets a dangerous precedent