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    Emma Corrin, known for having played Lady Di in the fourth season of the successful ‘The Crown’, calls for a review in award categories that take into account non-binary performersthat is, that the nominees are no longer separated by gender.

    It’s hard for me right now trying to justify in my head being non-binary and being nominated in the female categories.Corrin said to BBCNews. “When it comes to categories, do you have to specify if you’re nominated for a female or male role?”

    Corrin received an Emmy nomination last year for Outstanding Lead Actress for ‘The Crown’ as she was coming to terms with her non-binary status. “I look forward to a future where that happens,” she continues. “It is about everyone being able to feel recognized and represented“.

    This year, Corrin has garnered a ton of accolades for her performance ‘My Policeman’ (Michael Grandage, 2022), so the interpreter’s discomfort at the prospect of campaigning in a gender category has increased.

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    “You can argue about awards and representation there, but really the conversation has to be about having more representation in the material itselfin the content that we are seeing for non-binary people, for queer people, for trans people, because that would really change everything, “he says. “When those roles appear, that is, that there are more people and more actors playing those roles, then I think these issues will be addressed more urgently.”

    “Separating people based on their assigned sex, and/or their gender identity, is not only irrelevant when it comes to how a performance should be judged, but It is also a form of discriminationsays Asia Kate Dillon, the first gender non-binary performer to play a non-binary character on a major television series, playing Taylor Mason on ‘Billions.’ interpreters to identify as male or female (which not all SAG members, like me, do), but also serve as an endorsement of the gender binary in general, which actively advocates for other forms of discrimination, such as racism, patriarchy and gender violence.

    After being replaced by Elizabeth Debicki in season 5 of ‘The Crown’, we have been able to see Corrin in ‘Breaking the rules’ (Philippa Lowthorpe, 2020) and will return to the Netflix movie catalog this December with ‘Lady Chatterley’s lover’ (Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, 2022), with Jack O’Connell and Faye Marsay.

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    Emma Corrin as a young Diana Spencer fiancee in 'The Crown'

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