Transcript for 'Billions' actor Asia Kate Dillon explains using singular pronouns
You know I always felt ambiguous about my gender identity I didn't have the line which. For it I think. In my mind I knew that I wasn't a boy Aaron girl but I didn't know that there were any other options I've never met someone who's not buying what does that mean. Thing on by Mary is a term used by something. People myself included. Who experience their gender identity as falling somewhere outside the boxes. Or one. You really like when someone when you start a conversation some when you ask that their products are so. I'm Adam and my parents are he has his and so what are your house and I'm Asia might say that Ayers. And what why is that important to you. That we start conversation way we don't have a gender identity and it's really important to be the first person that says your. Just because you I think as an ally in this space for everyone's comfortable so. That means that there's a difference between sex. And gender. So we all are assigned a sex at birth you know as if you know of course the Saxon a gender identity is placed on top of that. So we all have agents and yes signed sex gender identity. Two different.
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