Eddie Izzard shares the surprising moment when her pronoun was changed to she/her
Eddie Izzard shared about the moment her pronoun was changed to she/her and considers it a ‘great honor’.
In December 2020, the actress’ pronouns were accidentally changed when she appeared on the show Sky Arts with her portrait painted by a group of artists.
And in a new interview on the My Seven Wonders podcast with Clive Anderson, the comedian, 60, explains that she identifies as a ‘loose gender’, and is ‘currently a transgender woman’ .
Honest: Eddie Izzard shared about the moment her pronoun was changed to she/her and considers it a ‘great honor’
The star said: ‘My pronoun… I don’t change my pronoun. I was thinking of changing them. ‘
‘I was on a show called Portrait Artist of the Year, Sky Arts, which was great, keep it up.
‘Some young painters paint me, they ask me, like a coffee, they say, her/her or him/her? I’m wearing a dress and I’m a trans woman now, so she/she, I’ll have a coffee – that’s kind of a lack of stress. ‘
The big moment: In December 2020, the actress’ pronouns were accidentally changed when she appeared on Sky Arts to have her portrait painted by a group of artists.
Eddie explained that a few days after the episode aired, a year and a half ago, her pronouns changed in the places where she is best known.
She said: ‘In two days in the US and UK, where I’m best known, all my pronouns were changed.
‘It was wonderful, a great honor. I was promoted to her, I find it a great honor.
‘But I like her/her better, don’t mind him/her, and I’ll take comfort in that. This is not the time to fight over this. ‘
After the show, she said: ‘This was the first show I asked if I could be her and her, a little transitional period.’
The popular comic has long stated her goal is to become a Labor candidate for Parliament as soon as a suitable seat is available.
Eddie plans to reinvent himself as a serious character: ‘I’m trying to be an MP. I pushed to be an MP in the last General Election and I hope to become an MP in the next General Election.
‘I’m going to work very hard to get there and hopefully the people in the constituency I’m about to enter will vote for me. So I’m very serious about it. I’ve been saying that since 2010, pretty clearly. ‘
Prologue: In a new interview on the My Seven Wonders podcast with Clive Anderson, the comedian, 60, explains that she identifies as a ‘loose gender’ and is ‘currently a transgender woman. ‘.
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk