You may be unfamiliar with the name Roger Clark but, if you're a gamer, you'll probably recognize the character he helped bring to life: Red Dead Redemption 2's Arthur Morgan. However, not only did Clark bring layered nuance to his portrayal of Arthur Morgan, but it also turns out he's also an upstanding human being.
In May, Clark showed his support for the trans community in a short video shared via Twitter that has since resurfaced, earning Clark even more admiration.
ARTHUR HAS SOMETHING TO SAY ABOUT TRANS FOLKS pic.twitter.com/Qw1kgti0U7— oh (@Redvedev) May 25, 2019
Adopting Morgan's gravelly tones, Clark denounces TERFs (an acronym which stands for trans-exclusionary radical feminists) before reaffirming that as long as people continue to be "beautiful to each other, you'll be all right."
It's worth noting that in a follow-up message, Twitter user Redvedev (who uploaded the video) clarified these aren't Clark's own words. As it turns out, he was asked to read them but was said to be "onboard straightaway," indicating he wholeheartedly agreed with the sentiment expressed.
Red Dead Redemption 2 has accrued multiple awards since its release in October 2018, including several Game of the Year awards. It is currently available to purchase for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.