With the uprise of violence against the trans community and the stripping away of their basic human rights in the US and the rest of the world, many actors, musicians, and celebrities have come out to support the community as their influence might affect change positively. Noah Galvin has recently found himself in the spotlight, with people questioning whether or not he is part of the trans community. Whether or not it’s moral to question this is up for debate but is Noah Galvin, a transgender actor?
Is Noah Galvin A Transgender?
Noah Galvin is part of the LQBTQ+ community but is not transgender and doesn’t identify as trans. He is a cis male actor whose pronouns are he/him, and he has recently announced his engagement to another actor – Ben Glatt.
Now that we know what Noah’s pronouns are and whether or not he is transgender let’s dive into the morals of this question and why, no matter the answer, we shouldn’t publicly be questioning someone’s sexuality, gender, or gender identity. I’d also like to dive into why some people might have thought that Noah Galvin was transgender.
Noah Galvin’s involvement with RuPaul’s Drag Race
Drag queens and kings have been a part of the LGBTQ community ever since the fight for LGBTQ+ right first drew the attention of the public eye. Although drag queens don’t strictly belong to the LGBTQ culture, the movement is rooted in the community. Drag is gender inclusive, and you’ll find the most accepting people in it, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation.
Still, some people still confuse people who perform as drag queens or kings as part of the transgender community. I’m not saying that a transgender person can’t do drag, but for the most part, drag queens and kings usually identify as cis males or females. They don’t even have to be necessarily gay or lesbian to participate.