As part of Sharing Space, a new content series from The Trevor Project, Daniel Radcliffe hosted a roundtable of transgender and non-binary youth.
The series will feature conversations with LGBTQ+ young people moderated by allies of the community and comes at a time when a record number of anti-LGBTQ+ bills (the majority of which target trans+ people) are being considered in various US states.
Data from The Trevor Project shows that debates surrounding this kind of legislation have already had a negative impact on almost nine in 10 (86%) trans+ youth.
Radcliffe took part in the inaugural episode of Sharing Space, where he heard from six trans+ people as they candidly discussed topics such as gender euphoria, respecting pronouns, self-discovery and what genuine allyship looks like. READ MORE: The Trevor Project releases powerful documentary uplifting trans youth “We listen to so many people talk about trans youth and hear them talked about so often in the news, but very rarely do we actually hear from these youth directly,” the actor said of the experience. “It was an absolute privilege to get to meet and listen to this incredible group of young people.