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Character Show Trans Media Transmasc

Viktor Hargreeves

Viktor comes out as transmasc in Season 3 of The Umbrella Academy. It fits into his character very well, and all his siblings have different, but all kind and supportive, ways of reacting to his coming out. On top of this, his sibling’s reactions are a very entertaining part of the plot that doesn’t feel out of place for any of the characters or the story. This was also written into the script to support Viktor’s actor, Elliot Paige, who came out as transmasc between the release of seasons 2 and 3.

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Character Nonbinary Show Trans Media

Stevonnie

Stevonnie is a fusion of Steven and Connie. They experience identity confusion at one point in the story.

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Character Nonbinary Show Trans Media

Raine Whispers

Raine is always referred to with they/them pronouns and has been confirmed to be nonbinary.

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Character Comic Genderfluid Show Trans Media

Loki Laufeyson

Loki is shown switching their physical sex in the comics, and uses different pronouns and terms when they do. In the Marvel Loki show, their gender is listed as “fluid” in a file on him.

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BIPOC Character Graphic Novel Show Trans Media Transfem Webtoon

Elle Argent

Elle is openly transfem, which is referenced several times. Her being trans is treated as not being a big thing, and she is simply another important character.

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Character Genderfluid Show Trans Media

Double Trouble

Double Trouble is a shapeshifter that acts as a spy and saboteur. For this reason, they are one of the central antagonists of the fourth season, sowing distrust and chaos within Adora’s team.

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Trans Media

Barney Guttman

Barney is the main character of “Dead End”, and openly a gay, trans boy! His gender and relationship with his family because of it is an important character arc in Season 1, and he is a fully fleshed out character whose trans-ness is never made the butt of any joke or treated as strange by the other characters, despite the show being a comedy.

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