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Lee Pace on toxic masculinity and playing a trans woman in his first film role

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GQ Hype—the men’s magazine’s culture-focused digital weekly—Pace has gifted the internet with a fresh photoshoot that gives us permission to fawn over him once again (not that we needed an excuse).The spread features the rugged actor in casual-cool chic, galavanting across his au naturel property in upstate New York where, yes, the man really did build his home from the ground up.

Sheesh! A post shared by GQ (@gq)Beyond the photos, the piece is an edifying peek into the mind of Lee Pace, one of our most beloved yet enigmatic stars.

He touches on everything from that home he’s been building from scratch for the past decade, to his #CoupleGoals marriage to Thom Browne executive Matthew Foley, to his latest role in the horror-comedy Bodies Bodies Bodies.Related: ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ stars talk chaotic queer energy, say Lee Pace smells as good as you’d thinkBut perhaps most fascinating is Pace’s reflection on his first feature film role, Soldier’s Girl, in which he played the transgender woman, Calpernia Addams.A true story, Soldier’s Girl (directed by Dog Day Afternoon writer Frank Pierson)is about the relationship between Army Private Barry Winchell (Jane Fonda’s son, Troy Garity) and Addams, a dancer he meets at a nightclub while stationed outside Nashville.

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