Last week, Eddie Izzard appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers, where the stand-up and would-be MP stated that she now uses both her old identity and a new nickname.
On Monday night, Eddie made a guest appearance on Matt Forde’s podcast The Caucus, and according to Politico, she publicly revealed her new name during the chat.
Eddie confirmed this again on the podcast. However, she noted that she “I don’t mind” when people address her with the pronoun “he/him.” Eddie announced in 2020 that she will be using the pronoun “she/her” from now on.
Eddie Izzard Reveals Her New Name
“My name is Eddie,” she said before continuing. “There is one more name that I will add as well. which is Suzy which I’ve wanted to be since I was 10.” I’m going to be Susie Eddie Izzard.
Eddie talks about her “coming out” moment in 1985.
In 2021, Eddie spoke resolutely and harshly about her appearance as a non-gender in an interview with HuffPost UK. As she had already spent the first half of her life as a boy.
She concluded that it was nothing but adjusting the language with her. This shouldn’t be a concern for anyone else.
A comedian who prides herself on her sexuality only needs someone to support her for who she is. whether he or she It’s not important to them. As long as the pronoun doesn’t matter. Coming out in a year like 1985 is hard because people don’t know what the word genderless means. Because at that time, many people had conservative ideas and narrow ideas.
Eddie Izzard recaps the conversation with Matt Forde.
“Some people didn’t like transgender when I was auditioning (MP). Coming out as transgender wasn’t easy in 1985,” Eddie said in an interview with Matt Forde.
She continued, ‘I don’t know (how many genders) but we’re all on the spectrum. And we just have to chill.’
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