Elliot Page has thanked fans for their "love and support" after he came out as transgender earlier this month.
The 33-year-old star - who is known for starring in Juno and The Umbrella Academy - publicly came out as a non-binary, transgender person on social media this month, and on Monday, he posted on Instagram to thank his fans for continuing to support him.
Alongside his first selfie since coming out, he wrote: "From the bottom of my heart, thank you. Your love and support has been the greatest gift.
"Stay safe. Be there for each other.
"If you are able, support @transanta and @translifeline see you in 2021 xoxo Elliot (sic)".
Page posted earlier this month to announce he has changed his name, as well as declaring his pronouns are he/they.
He wrote at the time: "Hi friends, I want to share with you that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot. I feel lucky to be writing this. To be here. To have arrived at this place in my life. I also ask for patience. My joy is real, but it is also fragile.
"The truth is, despite feeling profoundly happy right now and knowing how much privilege I carry, I am also scared. I'm scared of the invasiveness, the hate, the 'jokes' and of violence. To be clear, I am not trying to dampen a moment that is joyous and one that I celebrate, but I want to address the full picture. The statistics are staggering."
And the Inception actor - who is married to dancer Emma Portner - also vowed to do all he can to "change the world for the better" for trans people who deal with "harassment, self-loathing, abuse" every day.
He added: "The discrimination towards trans people is rife, insidious and cruel, resulting in horrific consequences. In 2020 alone it has been reported that at least 40 transgender people have been murdered, the majority of which were black and Latinx trans women.
"To the political leaders who work to criminalise trans health care and deny our right to exist and to all of those with a massive platform who continue to spew hostility towards the trans community: you have blood on your hands. You unleash a fury of vile and demeaning rage that lands on the shoulders of the trans community, a community in which 40 per cent of trans adults report attempting suicide.
"Enough is enough. You aren't being 'cancelled,' you are hurting people. I am one of those people and we won't be silent in the face of your attacks. I love that I am trans. And I love that I am queer. And the more I hold myself close and fully embrace who I am, the more I dream, the more my heart grows and the more I thrive.
"To all trans people who deal with harassment, self-loathing, abuse and the threat of violence every day: I see you, I love you and I will do everything I can to change this world for the better."