The Last Of Us #TheLastOfUs @TheLastofUsHBO and The Mandalorian star Pedro Pascal continues to throw support behind LGBT+ community in powerful post
Pedro Pascal has long-been a vocal ally of the LGBT+ community, sharing yet another powerful message expressing his support.
In an Instagram post shared over the weekend, the star of The Last Of Us #TheLastOfUs @TheLastofUsHBO and The Mandalorian uploaded a series of pictures of the Progress Pride flag and the transgender flag.
In his caption, the 47-year-old wrote: ‘The answer my friend is blowin’ in the wind #LGBTQIA,’ quoting Bob Dylan’s 1962 song Blowin’ in the Wind.
Several celebrities commented underneath the post expressing their support for the actor’s sentiments, including his The Last Of Us #TheLastOfUs @TheLastofUsHBO co-star Bella Ramsey, who wrote: ‘Love love love,’ and also shared emojis for the Pride and transgender flags.
Episode seven of the show, which aired last week, featured a gay storyline between Bella’s character Ellie and her best friend Riley (Storm Reid).
Actors Sophie Turner and Rachel Zegler both commented on the post with rows of heart emojis, while Pedro’s Wonder Woman 1984 co-star Gal Gadot added: ‘🙌❤️🙌.’
Fans also shared how much Pedro’s post meant to them, with one writing: ‘And I thought you couldn’t get more perfect.’
‘Trans rights are human rights!!!’ another said, while someone else wrote: ‘We stan a supportive king.’
One fan also said: ‘Being a trans man, it makes me very happy to know that an actor I admire supports my existence. Thank you Pedrito.’
In 2021, Pedro spoke out in support of his sister Lux after she came out as trans.
Sharing a picture of his sibling on social media, he wrote: ‘ ‘Mi hermana, mi corazón, nuestra Lux,’ which translates to mean: ‘My sister, my heart, our Lux.’
In an interview, Lux said that her brother was ‘was one of the first people to gift me the tools that started shaping my identity’.
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