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16 Trans And Non-Binary TV Characters Who Are Actually Played By Trans And Non-Binary Actors

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here."Because we got to spend more time with Jules, we got a little bit more insight, as to how she feels about like her trans-ness and her gender, and just gender as a whole," she said in an interview with Collider. "I really like her approaching it from an emotional and philosophical standpoint, rather than something political or binary, like the gender binaries of political constructs.

That’s not a fun way for humans to think about gender."Matthew is a young trans man who is also an undocumented immigrant.Garcia also played Jake, a trans man, on Netflix's Tales of the City.In 2015, Cox became the first trans woman to win an Emmy as executive producer for Laverne Cox Presents: The T Word."By existing and showing up and being a different person, a different identity that the writers may not have even known about before, I think in that way, I influenced Theo’s character," they added. "I showed that it was possible to just hold off a second, and to just live in the gray area."However, the actor also added that, while he believes media representation is important, he also doesn't see it as the ultimate driving force for change. "I think it’s very important for people looking for depictions of themselves in media, but I think as far as real, concrete change, it’s not going to do a lot," he said. "Media representation is for the community and for young trans kids, and it’s for people looking to see themselves.

I don’t think it’s for the rest of the world. Its primary function is to serve as a looking glass so that people who feel lost and confused can look and see themselves."Clayton was also in Designated Survivor and The L Word: Generation Q.Fletcher played one of Ian's love interests on Shameless.

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